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Friday. The first DeLorean rolled off the assembly line 41 years ago, today.

The Dorchester Reporter takes both sides in dueling op-eds on rent control in Boston. Melvin Viera is against. Lew Finfer is for.

We have met the enemy and, well you know… A Quinnipiac poll found that the only thing we can all agree on is that we can’t agree on anything. 58% of Americans, across the board, think the nation’s democracy is in danger of collapse because of the country’s divisions. So how do we get back on track? A bunch of independent voters that the Times interviewed had a few suggestions.

Can gender equality inform snow removal? Turns out it can, and everyone benefits.

Marty Walsh said he isn’t running for governor on the same day that Maura Healey announced that she would be. Meanwhile, Adam Gaffin reminds us of ‘the curse of the AG‘ while Andrea Campbell considers running for the soon to be open Attorney General position. Join us tomorrow for another episode of As the Political Landscape Turns.

And, Bill Murray showed up for an impromptu show in Washington Square Park the other day. I think that means six more weeks of winter.

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