It's Goya For Gioia

• Queens Councilman Eric Gioia is living his own version of Supersize Me: as an awareness-raising stunt, he will spend one week on a $28 food budget (the average food-stamp allotment). His strategy: lots of peanut butter and beans. [NYDN]
• So, what do we know about the Fort Dix Six? Three of them belonged to an Albanian family (more of a clan, we suppose, with 200 members in the U.S. alone) that owns roofing businesses in New York and New Jersey. The other two, a Palestinian and a Turk, lived in Philly; the sixth man, a self-described Kosovar sniper, remains a mystery. [NYT]
• Just as Murdoch's Dow Jones–related news presence was waning, the mogul comes up with a doozy of an announcement: He will take News Corp. carbon-neutral. For instance, 24 will use biodiesel generators to film its deranged right-wing torture fantasies. No, seriously. [NYP]
• Rudy Giuliani won't comment on Pope Benedict XVI's statement that all politicians who support abortion rights should be excommunicated from the Catholic Church. Which is probably a good idea: Given Rudy's recent record, not much good comes from his commenting on, well, anything. [amNY]
• And, the city's about to stop its insanely popular subway-themed condom and lubricant giveaway because "it is unclear whether the condoms are reaching target groups." The Health Department hasn't ruled out launching a different brand. We suggest the "Old Times Square" theme. [Kaiser Network]