A stormy Friday. Trees down and no power.
Here’s a full breakfast. You won’t even need coffee.
The Times looks at how voters have pushed back against progressive prosecutors around the country when crime began to increase. San Francisco, Manhattan, St. Louis, Philadelphia and Chicago are mentioned. But not Boston. Rachael Rollins certainly had her detractors but because crime didn’t rise here, that kind of opposition didn’t take hold. Credit her work with, not against, the police.
It’s budget season in city government. In Boston the process is going on the road.
If you’re waiting for your frozen-berry metallic Porsche or Bentley to arrive, you may have to wait a little bit longer. Thousands of luxury cars on their way across the Atlantic are burning in a cargo hold fire.
And if you’re tracking your sleep with some sort of device, poor sleep may be a forgone conclusion.