The Globe reports on a forum in Dorchster last night, in which Barros, former head of the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative, compared the law-enforcement response to the Amy Lord murder with the response to murders in Roxbury.
The Improper Bostonian got back answers from half the candidates on several sports-related questions, including the Olympics, building new stadiums or arenas for the Revs and the Celtics, beer sales at Fenway and the Yawkey Way deal with the Sox. They split on the issue of building a Celtics-only arena.
Daniels in the lion's den? The Boston Teachers Union holds a mayoral forum at 7 p.m. today at its headquarters at 170 Mt. Vernon St. in Dorchester. The union has yet to endorse anybody, but it will be interesting to hear how the pro-charter candidates are received.
John Carroll post-blogs the two debates on Monday, tells all the candidates to get off his lawn.
Menino to Walsh and Walczak: Back off, bubs, he's still the mayor.
The Herald endorses Conley and Connolly, but says it's really in favor of anybody but Walsh.
At-large Councilor Ayanna Pressley was endorsed by Mass. NOW:
She has been an outspoken champion of women and girls in Boston during her tenure on the City Council.
Perplexed District 5 residents get another chance to hear from the eight people who want to replace Rob Consalvo at a forum, 5:45 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, at St. Nectarios Church, 39 Belgrade Ave. in Roslindale.