Good morning @metronewyork. I still have a buzz from seeing our World Cup women twice Friday -- at the ticker-tape parade and then with Taylor Swift later that night. Natch, that's one of today's Metro6@7.

JADED NEWSMAN DISCOVERS TAYLOR SWIFT
Somewhere between the LED bracelets that were given to every concertgoer that night and the mind-blowing, surprise appearance of our World Cup soccer high priestesses, I started to like, admire, and get -- I mean, really get -- TayTay.

TRUE DETECTIVE RECAP
Metro's Lisa Weidenfeld has your True Detective recap and writes, " When leads go bad, they go really bad."

STUCK WITH JPP
Marc Malusis, from Metro's sports desk, writes that even without his amputated fireworks finger, Jason Pierre-Paul is still well worth the risk for Giants.

COMIC-CON
Ned Ehrbar reports: Jack Snyder trotted out stars Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and new Wonder Woman Gal Gidot at Comic-Con to tease the long-awaited follow-up to "Man of Steel," "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." And yes, the trailer is pretty spectacular and awe-inspiring. It even made me, a vocal "Man of Steel" critic, start to think, "Wait, this could actually be really good."

DISABLED AND PROUD
NYC held its first-ever Disability Pride March Sunday. See Metro's slideshow.

BROOKLYN SHOOTING
Two teen boys were in Brooklyn's Methodist Hospital wih gunshot wounds Monday morning after the bullets started flying at a music festival near the Brooklyn Museum, the NYPD said.

John A. Oswald is editor-at-large at Metro and can be found on Twitter @nyc_oz.
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