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Dozens of U.S. farm and agri-business groups sent President-elect Donald Trump a letter on Thursday asking him to maintain and build upon progress made by the Obama administration in relations with Cuba. Signatories included a wide range of agricultural trade groups, from the American Farm Bureau and American Feed Industry Association to the soy

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bean, corn, rice, wheat, peas, beans, cattle, poultry lobbies and other associations The letter was arranged by the Washington-based Engage Cuba Coalition and USA Rice. REUTERS

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A U.S. government weather forecaster on Thursday said current La Niña conditions are likely to dissipate by February and neutral conditions are likely to continue during the first half of the year. The Climate Prediction Center (CPC), an agency of the National Weather Service, said in a monthly forecast that La Niña continued through December and the effects, even as the conditions

fade, may continue to be felt during the coming months. Last month, the forecaster predicted that the weak La Niña was likely to fade early this year. Typically less damaging than El Niño, La Niña is characterized by unusually cold ocean temperatures in the equatorial Pacific Ocean and tends to occur unpredictably every two to seven years. Severe occurrences have been linked to floods and droughts. REUTERS

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President Barack Obama presents the Medal of Freedom to Vice President Joe Biden during an event at the White House on Thursday. Obama awarded Biden with the highest civilian honor, commemorating an “extraordinary man with an extraordinary career in public service.

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Amazon.com said it plans to create more than 100,000 jobs in the United States, from software development to warehouse work. The online retailer will grow its full-time U.S. workforce by more than 50 percent to over 280,000 in the next 18 months, it said in a press release. Amazon is spending heavily on new warehouses so it can stock goods closer to customers and

fulfill orders quickly and cheaply. The new hires, from Florida to Texas and California, will be key to the company’s promise of twoday shipping to members of its Amazon Prime shopping club, which has given it an edge over rivals. REUTERS

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren to lead save health care rally at Faneuil Hall The Boston rally is one of several across the country planned for that day. KRISTIN TOUSSAINT @kristindakota

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The Republican-led Senate has already begun its  effort to repeal President Barack Obama’s health care law, but Democrats are not giving up their fight to keep the Affordable Care Act intact. On Sunday, Sen. Elizabeth Warren will lead a rally at Faneuil Hall alongside Sen. Ed Markey and Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to “save health care.” Called “Our First Stand,” the Boston rally is just one of several initiatives across the country, according to the website of Bernie Sanders, the Vermont senator and former presidential candidate who is helping spearhead the effort. Health care rallies are slated for such cities as Honolulu, Chicago and Hartford, Connecticut. Warren first announced news of the event via an email to supporters. She noted that when the Affordable Care Act was signed, “Massachusetts went all in — expanding Medicaid, setting up an insurance exchange, and working to make coverage more affordable.” If the law is repealed, Warren said, commonwealth residents have a lot to lose. In Massachusetts, the

Sen. Elizabeth Warren is asking Massachusetts residents to join her on Sunday for a rally to “save health care.” FACEBOOK

“Our health care laws aren’t perfect. We need to do a lot more to bring down the costs of insurance for working families.” Sen. Elizabeth Warren

uninsured rate fell 36 percent since the ACA was signed into law in 2010, meaning 107,000 Bay Staters got health insurance coverage, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The more than four million residents covered through employer-sponsored health care saw benefits from ACA as well, like an end to annual and lifetime limits on their plans, free preventive care (including flu shots, cancer screenings and contraception) and a slower increase of premiums, according to an HHS report. 

“Our health care laws aren’t perfect. We need to do a lot more to bring down the costs of insurance for working families,” Warren wrote to her supporters. “But we cannot and will not allow Donald Trump and the GOP to recklessly strip away coverage for millions of people who desperately need their health care.” A  Facebook event  for the rally asks those interested in attending to officially register at  elizabethwarren.com. The rally is scheduled from noon to 3 p.m. at Faneuil Hall on Sunday.

residents by focusing on housing and education issues, and creating economic opportunity. If elected in November, Jackson would be Boston’s first black mayor. “I want to become the 55th mayor of the city of Boston to ensure that the city on the hill that has been welcoming and open to so many families … remains the city for middle- and working-class people,’’ Jackson told the Boston Globe. “We are a city that has lost our way.” Jackson, who previously campaigned on behalf of friend and current Mayor Marty Walsh,

said he chose to run for the office after becoming disillusioned with Walsh’s administration. He cited as one example the failed bid for the 2024 Olympics. Walsh is also a Democrat, and his administration has been mired in a federal investigation and also had a failed bid for IndyCar races in the Seaport. Jackson has an uphill battle. The last mayor who sought re-election and lost was J.M. Curley in 1949. Jackson is the first major candidate to announce he is challenging Walsh, who is finishing his first term. ERIN TIERNAN

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Jeff Lopes has been a “big brother” to a Dorchester high schooler since March 2015. Lopes himself grew in Dorchester and he saw a lot of friends fall into what he called “the wrong path.” He wanted to help other kids avoid that. Lopes is also a police officer, and soon more of his colleagues will become mentors to Boston kids as part of the Bigs in Blue program. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay and the Boston Police Department announced on Thursday a partnership that connects officers with young residents for a relationship both organizations hope will benefit

Officers Seth Parker, left, and Jeff Lopes are Two Bigs in Blue participants. COURTESY OF BBBS MASS BAY

“Boston is a model city in our nation for having strong police-community relations.” Mayor Marty Walsh

everyone involved. “The work we do in the community every day is what Big Brothers Big Sisters is striving for — building connections, being positive role models,” Lopes said. “A lot of youth

in the city come from single-parent homes and don’t have young men and women to look up to. I think this program will be significant in making that happen.” Bigs in Blue is cur-

sation for officers in the program as it’s completely voluntary. She also said that the fact that a volunteer is an officer will be disclosed to the child and their parent. Each “Big” officer will spend between four to eight hours a month with their “Little.” Big Brothers Big Sisters asks that volunteers can commit to at least a year of mentorship to start.

headquarters. “The Bigs in Blue program is another example of how our law enforcement officials are working hard to be a positive influence in young peoples’ lives, and it highlights the true value gained by mentoring opportunities.” Wendy Foster, president and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters Massachusetts Bay, assured that there will be no compen-

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When Michelle Monaghan broke Jamie Foxx’s tooth The actors get along better in real life than their characters do in “Sleepless.” MATT PRIGGE @mattprigge

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About an hour into the new thriller “Sleepless,” Jamie Foxx and Michelle Monaghan beat the crap out of each other. It’s a knock-down, drag-out smackdown in a hotel room, with broken furniture and each one taking turns delivering the other a perfect blow. “She kicked my ass,” Foxx tells us. “Michelle socked me in the mouth, for real.” No, seriously: Michelle Monaghan punched Jamie Foxx in the mouth. “I had just had it with him,” Monaghan jokes. “He was having too good of a time, so I put him in his place. I chipped his tooth.” Or they just befell

what can happen to anyone doing a perfectly choreographed fight, be it in a movie or a school play. The good news is Foxx’s best friend is a dentist, and he happened to live in Atlanta, where they were filming. This savior grabbed the spackle and made the tooth r i g h t again. “ I t didn’t hurt our relations h i p , ” Foxx says of his co-star. “But it took a minute.” T h e i r characters in “Sleepless” are actually at each other’s throats. Foxx plays Vincent Downs, an undercover cop who’s spent years infiltrating

a world of corrupt detectives. He inadvertently steals cocaine from a

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powerful drug kingpin, who then kidnaps his son (Octavius J. Johnson), demanding he return the goods. So begins a twisty thriller largely set in a high-end casino, in which Vincent squares off against scary heavies (like Scoot McNairy) as well as Monaghan’s Jennifer, a dogged detective who doesn’t realize our hero’s undercover, and wants to take him down. “We’ve seen this kind of movie before, but we put our imprint on it,” Foxx says. “We’re not trying to reinvent the wheel; we just put some new spokes on it.” Even better: It’s a straight-up

Bring the pain Foxx has played cops before — the posters for “Sleepless” look vaguely similar to the ones for 2006’s “Miami Vice,” in which he played Tubbs — but for Monaghan it was new. She has action on her résumé (“The Bourne Supremacy,” “Mission: Impossible III”), but those films kept her on the sidelines or put her in peril. Her character here is strong and punchy. “It’s a role you don’t see that often: a woman who’s single, doesn’t have kids — that’s kind of rare in Hollywood,” Monaghan says, with a knowing laugh. “She’s a woman living in a man’s world, and she’s frustrated and damaged and slightly flawed.” For her, the action was hard, but not unwelcome. “It’s fun to push yourself,” she says. She was an active kid, which didn’t entirely help on this gig. “I grew up with brothers. I was a little rough and tumble, I suppose — a bit of a tomboy. But this was another level. You’re doing things with slight precision, so you don’t get hurt or hurt other people. It takes a lot of concentration and dedication. But it’s a role. It’s my job.” Even for someone as experienced with action as Foxx, “Sleepless” could be tough. He has three big mano a mano tussles, which isn’t easy for any actor. “I had to go there. I was in the jungles, you know — like in the rain forest of my mind, catching the spirits so we could get through it,” he says. Even when he’s not punching and kicking people, he had to be on the run from a particularly tireless henchman. “I haven’t had a white man chasing me that long since I was young.”

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The future is now “The Running Man” predicted the bleak dystopia of 2017 way back when. SEAN BURNS @SEANMBURNS letters@metro.us

Last week the presidentelect of the United States went on Twitter and ridiculed Arnold Schwarzenegger over poor Nielsen ratings for “The Celebrity Apprentice.” In response, the former governor of California wished the best of luck to our new commander in chief and uploaded a video of himself reading a passage from Abraham Lincoln’s inaugural address. Surreal as this exchange may have seemed for anyone who grew up in the ’80s — or really, to anyone at all — it wasn’t the first time Schwarzenegger facedoff against a tacky game show host with authoritarian tendencies.

Ah-nald’s comically prescient cult favorite “The Running Man” screens this Friday and Saturday night as part of the Coolidge Corner Theatre’s After Midnight program. Loosely based on a book by Stephen King, the dystopian satire begins in 2017, when after an economic collapse everyone becomes obsessed with crummy reality game shows. (How far-fetched.) The most popular is “The Running Man,” where criminals compete for pardons while being stalked by gladiators in a citywide arena. Schwarzenegger stars as a wrongly convicted ex-cop who uncovers the nefarious behindthe-scenes machinations of the show’s sinister host, played with great, hammy brio by “Family Feud’s” Richard Dawson. One of those movies that’s a lot of fun to watch without being

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particularly good, “The Running Man” is a chintzy-looking affair that gets by on stunt casting and a killer concept. Released in the fall of 1987, the film couldn’t help but suffer from comparisons with that summer’s previous hunted-Schwarzenegger picture “Predator,” as well as “RoboCop,” which had just pulled off the whole futuristic consumerist satire thing with considerably more sophistication. Viewed today, it’s a charmingly junky Bpicture with the kind of limited production values Schwarzenegger was already outgrowing. Indeed, the Austrian Oak had few kind

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words for director Paul Michael Glaser — who’s probably best known as Starsky on TV’s groovy cop show “Starsky and Hutch,” but who also later went on to direct “Kazaam,” the 1996 film that starred Shaquille O’Neal as a genie. Dawson’s sly, selfmocking performance

movie) as gladiators while Mick Fleetwood and Dweezil Zappa play underground revolutionaries. Go see “The Running Man” this weekend and breathe a sigh of a relief that 2017 didn’t turn out quite as badly as the film predicted. Or at least it hasn’t yet.

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“Live by Night”

Peter Berg’s recreation of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing was clearly intended as an ode to resilience, to communities coming together, to love trumping hate. But it’s also a Peter Berg film (see: “Lone Survivor,” “Battleship”). It’s an adrenaline junkie’s reckless version of a populist weepie, filled with awesome dudes toting big, cool guns, officials laughing away suspects’ Miranda rights and the Newtown shootout blown up to D-Day on a suburban street. That doesn’t mean it’s not bluntly effective, though you have to do research to learn that star Mark Wahlberg is the only one not playing a real person. His dogged sergeant is a composite character created only so that one of Boston’s most successful sons can save a good chunk of the day. MATT PRIGGE

They don’t make them like they used to. We hear that about movies a lot these days. That’s why it’s always a treat to see, say, a rare new gangster movie

“20th Century Women” The characters in Mike Mills’ “20th Century Women” have great taste. Living in a modest commune-of-sorts in 1979 Santa Barbara — a home lorded over by a surly mother hen (Annette Bening) — they love David Bowie, Talking Heads, Neu! and The Raincoats. They think raising kids without a dad is fine. They know that Planned Parenthood offers a wide variety of lifesaving services. But their great taste and great beliefs don’t always make them happy, or make their lives easier. The other tenants are a mixed-bunch: There’s Bening’s teen son (Lucas Jade Zumann), his teen crush (Elle Fanning), a cancer-survivor photographer (Greta Gerwig) and a strapping-but-sensitive handyman (Billy Crudup), all under one roof. Not much happens,

— and a sock to the gut when they turn out kind of lousy. The story follows Ben Affleck’s Joe Coughlin, the son of a bigwig Boston police captain (Brendan Gleeson) who went to World War I and came back a bootlegger. He finds himself

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plotwise — it’s a year in their lives, on the cusp of the Reagan era they tragically don’t know is coming — but Mills keeps things engaging. He has a gift for avoiding sentimentality or banal scenes. His deeper, more devastating insights have a way of sneaking up on you from nowhere.

reluctantly caught in between two crime bosses, one of whom sends him to Tampa to oversee the rum division. There’s a lot going on in Dennis Lehane’s novel, and Affleck seems to want to get it all in. It’s no fun to report that he’s made a stilted mess. MP

Even better, he’s gotten all the quirky annoyances that marred his “Thumbsucker” and even parts of “Beginners” out of his system. Here, Mills gives us fascinating people to hang with. Its coda nicks the finale of “Six Feet Under,” but honest to god it might do it even better. MP

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Kings of the road Kings of Leon bring their seventh studio album, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Walls,â&#x20AC;? on tour. RACHEL RACZKA @rachelraczka

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Three years after â&#x20AC;&#x153;Mechanical Bullâ&#x20AC;? (and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s charmingly catchy single â&#x20AC;&#x153;Supersoakerâ&#x20AC;?), Kings of Leon timidly re-emerged with their seventh studio album, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Walls.â&#x20AC;? This time, the band â&#x20AC;&#x201D; known for their high emotions, both in song and amongst themselves (theyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re brothers, after all) â&#x20AC;&#x201D; worked with Markus Dravs, the UK-based producer known for working his finesse on Florence + the Machine, Arcade Fire, Coldplay and Mumford and Sons. The result is a tight 10-track that dropped in October, trickling out the likes of the unexpected moseyinducing â&#x20AC;&#x153;Muchachoâ&#x20AC;? and abstractly Springsteen-esque title track, â&#x20AC;&#x153;Walls.â&#x20AC;? â&#x20AC;&#x153;Waste a Momentâ&#x20AC;? and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Find Meâ&#x20AC;? might incite a toe tap to your dad and his friends, but they play just fine by us, too. We caught up with Jared Followill â&#x20AC;&#x201D; the youngest of the Nashville foursome â&#x20AC;&#x201D; from Atlantic City, just before the band hits the road for a U.S. tour and the summer festival circuit.

Now that youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re in rehearsals and have played the album live â&#x20AC;&#x201D; do you notice any of Markusâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; handiwork coming through on stage? Maybe, but not obviously. His influences are greatly shown when we play anything from â&#x20AC;&#x153;Walls,â&#x20AC;? but we donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t lock ourselves into album tours. We see our live show as a growing thing; itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s always been there, we just add to it. Seven albums in â&#x20AC;&#x201D; how are you going to narrow it down? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s tough. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s any way to make everyone happy â&#x20AC;&#x201D; including us. One song Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m dying to see live is â&#x20AC;&#x153;Muchacho,â&#x20AC;? just because itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s such a diďŹ&#x20AC;erent vibe from what weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re used to seeing from you. That, I can say for a fact, will be there. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re running through the set now, and â&#x20AC;&#x153;Muchachoâ&#x20AC;? is something weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re excited to play. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s a song that came together late [in the recording process] for us, and there was a weird vision for us. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s like a super bar-band, karaokestyle song. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s somewhat challenging, and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be interesting to see how it works out in these arena venues. Given that you guys are family, do you ďŹ nd youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re always being asked about how that plays

Boston Calling goes big Tool, Mumford and Sons and Chance the Rapper will headline the upcoming Boston Calling Music Festival, taking over Harvard Athletic Complex May 26-28. Crashline Productions announced the full lineup this morning, coinciding with a limited run of early bird tickets. This will be the first time the festival will take place at Harvard Stadium, providing some leg room for the three-day event as it moves on from its former home, City Hall Plaza. The Nationalâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Aaron Dessner, who is also a founding member of Boston Calling, once again curated the 45-act

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Study abroad You guys were recently announced as performers at Tinderbox in Denmark â&#x20AC;&#x201D; are you excited to be going into festival season this year? We love European festivals â&#x20AC;&#x201D; they have a completely diďŹ&#x20AC;erent dynamic. And for us, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s like European band camp, where you see all your friends from the past 15 years. Is there anything U.S. festivals learn from festivals abroad? For the most part, festivals in Europe are rowdier. When youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re on stage, you want to see people having fun and going crazy. Just like when youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re in the audience, you want to see the band give it their all. You feed oďŹ&#x20AC; each other. And the European festivals are absolutely insane.

into your dynamics as a band? Yeah, and I understand why, but I also know thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no real way for us to answer those questions. None of us have been in other bands.

Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve only been in a band with our family. So when people ask us if we argue more than other bands, itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s like, â&#x20AC;&#x153;We donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t know!â&#x20AC;? [Laughs] Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s all weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve ever known. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s no other way.

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I’D PREFER STEELERS OVER CHIEFS IN AFC TITLE GAME VS. PATRIOTS DANNY PICARD OPINION “The Danny Picard Show” airs every weekday at DannyPicard.com. Danny can also be heard on WEEI 93.7 FM. @dannypicard

I’m on to the AFC Championship. I’ve been pretty outspoken about that in recent days. There’s no way the Houston Texans come to Foxboro on Saturday night and end the New England Patriots’ season. If they do, I’ll call it the most shocking Patriots loss I’ve ever seen. That’s right, even more shocking than losing to the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII. That game was played at a neutral site, on the biggest stage. At

that point, anything can happen. And it did. Losing that game and seeing a potential 19-0 season fall apart was shocking, for sure. But I would have been even more shocked if it happened at Gillette Stadium. The Texans come to town as a 16-point underdog, having been given a layup in the wild-card round, and taking full advantage of it, defeating the Derek Carr-less Oakland Raiders 27-14 last weekend in Houston. They won their division with a 9-7 record, and have already lost to the Patriots this season, 27-0, back in Week 3 at Gillette. Jacoby Brissett was the Patriots’ quarterback in that game. On Saturday night, it will be Tom Brady under center for New England. And he smells blood. So how much time do you really want to spend on the Texans? Like I said, I’m on to the AFC title game, which will be held on Sunday, Jan. 22. Kickoff is set for 6:40 p.m. If Saturday night goes as expected, the Patriots will be hosting either No. 2 seed Kansas City or No. 3 seed

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Pittsburgh. The Chiefs host the Steelers on Sunday afternoon in the divisional round. The only question I have now is: Who would

you rather face, if you’re the Patriots? My prediction is that Kansas City comes to New England for the AFC Championship. It might not be a popular opinion, seeing how dangerous Pittsburgh’s offensive weapons looked in the Steelers’ 30-12 win over the Miami Dolphins last weekend. And you know what? If Pittsburgh was hosting its divisional round game against Kansas City, then I’d probably be leaning toward the Steelers. But it’s in Kansas City. So I’m rolling with the home cooking. The Chiefs already got whooped by the Steelers this season, 43-14, back in Week 4 in Pittsburgh. Since that loss though, Kansas City won 10 of its last 12 to win the AFC West at 12-4 and clinch a first round bye. It’s an improvement from last season, when the Chiefs were the No. 5 seed and had to play on the

road in the wild-card round. They took care of business, going into Houston and crushing the Texans, 30-0, only to lose to the Patriots in the divisional round, 27-20, at Gillette. Alex Smith doesn’t have the Super Bowl rings that Ben Roethlisberger does, but Smith is sneaky good in the playoffs. In five career playoff starts over the last six years, Smith has thrown for 1,309 yards with 11 touchdowns and only one interception. And while the defensive stats show the Chiefs and Steelers to be fairly similar this season, the eye test tells me that I’d rather see Pittsburgh’s defense come to Foxboro than Kansas City’s. The Patriots already defeated the Steelers this season, 27-16, back in Week 7 in Pittsburgh. Roethlisberger was injured and didn’t play in that game, but you’d have to think that Brady and company would

be good for at least 35 points at home against the Steelers. At least, that’s how I would expect it to play out. The Chiefs don’t have the star-studded offensive cast that the Steelers do, but they just seem like a much more well-rounded team. What it truly comes down to is, I don’t think either Kansas City or Pittsburgh will come into New England upset the top team in the AFC. But if there’s one team I’m more concerned about than the other, it’s the Chiefs. So, this weekend, as I completely overlook the Houston Texans in the divisional round, I’ll be rooting for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Then, I’ll be on to Super Bowl LI. Listen to “The Danny Picard Show” at dannypicard.com, iTunes and Google Play. Danny can also be heard weekends on WEEI 93.7 FM. Follow him on Twitter  @DannyPicard.


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It’s January, which around New England means it’s finally football season. Fresh off their first-round bye, the Patriots will host the Houston Texans on Saturday (8:15 p.m., CBS) in the divisional round. It’s a record seventh straight year that the Patriots will host a divisional game, as they finished with the No. 1 seed in the AFC for the sixth time since the new format was established in 1990 — also the most of any NFL team. If they can beat the Texans, they’ll go to their sixth straight AFC Championship Game, which — you guessed it — would be an NFL record, breaking a tie with the Oakland Raiders (1973-1977). According to Vegas, the Patriots should cruise to that game. They are a 16-point favorite over the Texans, which would be the fourth-largest point spread in NFL playoff history if it stands. But the Patriots have been on both ends of the pointspread spectrum, beating the St. Louis Rams as 14-point underdogs in Super Bowl XXXVI and losing to the New York Giants as 12-point favorites in Super Bowl XLII. As we all know, anything can happen in the postseason. The Texans, while lacking the talent that New England possesses, aren’t going to let a large point spread keep them from taking the field Saturday night. “We gave ourselves a shot, we gave ourselves a chance to play for the big dance,” former Patriots defensive lineman and current Texan Vince Wilfork told reporters. “We’re in that spot. It’s going to have no bearing on how we’ll go up there and how we feel because

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No team allows less yards than the Texans (301.3 per game), which is why they’ve made it this far. The Patriots offense will be tested in that sense. But c’mon, regardless of the stats, the real test is going to be on the Texans. Yes, Tom Brady has lost a couple big games in his career — but he’s won a heck of a lot more of them. There are two full pages of Brady playoff notes in this week’s Patriots game release. The accolades are endless, but a few stick out. Brady is the all-time postseason leader in: touchdown passes (56), passing yards (7,957), completions (738), most 300-yard games (10), and perhaps most important, wins (22). He’s more fresh than usual after his suspension-shortened 12-game season, and still put up MVP numbers at age 39.

2Clowney show

J.J. Watt is one of the hardest-working NFL defensive linemen in the NFL. Just ask him. And that hard work has turned him into a monster. Brady and the Patriots do not have to worry about him though, as he’s out for the season

after back surgery. But there’s a player who has emerged out of Houston that will instill just as much fear these days: Jadeveon Clowney. The 6-foot-5, 270 pound Clowney was taken with the first overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, and though it’s taken a few seasons to reach that potential, it’s safe to say he’s now there. “He’s obviously got all of the size, but the speed, the quickness, and how hard he is playing,” Brady told reporters. “He’s chasing guys down from behind and making plays.”

3Ground control

The Brocketship (Brock Osweiler) is ready for liftoff, but the Texans might be smart to keep things grounded. Lamar Miller carried the ball 31 times last week for the Texans, though only rushing for 73 yards and a touchdown. Still, he’s a 1,000-yard rusher this season and Osweiler is shaky at best — just look at the dip in DeAndre Hopkins’ numbers this season (1,521 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2015, 954 yards and four touchdowns in 2016). If the Patriots jump out to a big lead, they’ll force the Texans into more throws. But if the Texans D shows up, expect plenty of carries from Miller.

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NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE’S SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue and in execution of the Power of Sale contained in a certain mortgage given by Estelle Ticktin, Diane M. Ticktin to Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. dated February 22, 2010, recorded at the Suffolk County Registry of Deeds in Book 46116, Page 84; said mortgage was then assigned to U.S. Bank Trust, N.A., as Trustee for LSF9 Master Participation Trust by virtue of an assignment dated June 23, 2016, and recorded in Book 56472, Page 258; of which mortgage the undersigned is the present holder for breach of conditions of said mortgage and for the purpose of foreclosing the same will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION at 11:00 AM on February 6, 2017, on the mortgaged premises. This property has the address of 16 Austin Street, Boston, MA 02136. The entire mortgaged premises, all and singular, the premises as described in said mortgage: The land together with the buildings thereon situated in the Hyde Park section of Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, situated on the northwesterly side of Austin Street, being shown as Lot 38 on a plan entitled, “Lot Plan of the Sunnyside Land Co., Hyde Park, Mass.”, dated October 1916 drawn by Baylies Reilly Engr/. Recorded with Suffolk Deeds, Book 4030, Page 219, bounded and described as follows: SOUTHEASTERLY by said Austin Street, forty-five and 12/1000 (45.012) feet; SOUTHWESTERLY by Lot 39 on said plan, one hundred ten (110) feet; NORTHWESTERLY by Lot 28 on said plan, thirty-five and 77/100 (35.77) feet; and NORTHEASTERLY by Lot 37 on said plan, one hundred ten (110) feet. The above described premises are conveyed subject to and with the benefit of all rights, rights of way, easements, appurtenances, reservations and restrictions of record; insofar as the same are in force and applicable. Property Address: 16 Austin Street, Hyde Park, MA For title, see Deed dated November 21, 1997, recorded in Suffolk County Registry of Deeds at Book 21924, Page 200. Subject to and with the benefit of easements, reservation, restrictions, and taking of record, if any, insofar as the same are now in force and applicable. In the event of any typographical error set forth herein in the legal description of the premises, the description as set forth and contained in the mortgage shall control by reference. Together with all the improvements now or hereafter erected on the property and all easements, rights, appurtenances, rents, royalties, mineral, oil and gas rights and profits, water rights and stock and all fixtures now or hereafter a part of the property. All replacements and additions shall also be covered by this sale.

TERMS OF SALE: Said premises will be sold subject to any and all unpaid taxes and assessments, tax sales, tax titles and other municipal liens and water or sewer liens and State or County transfer fees, if any there are, and TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS ($10,000.00) in cashier’s or certified check will be required to be paid by the purchaser at the time and place of the sale as a deposit and the balance in cashier’s or certified check will be due in thirty (30) days, at the offices of Doonan, Graves & Longoria, LLC, (“DG&L”), time being of the essence. The Mortgagee reserves the right to postpone the sale to a later date by public proclamation at the time and date appointed for the sale and to further postpone at any adjourned sale-date by public proclamation at the time and date appointed for the adjourned sale date. The premises is to be sold subject to and with the benefit of all easements, restrictions, leases, tenancies, and rights of possession, building and zoning laws, encumbrances, condominium liens, if any and all other claim in the nature of liens, if any there be. In the event that the successful bidder at the foreclosure sale shall default in purchasing the within described property according to the terms of this Notice of Sale and/or the terms of the Memorandum of Sale executed at the time of foreclosure, the Mortgagee reserves the right to sell the property by foreclosure deed to the second highest bidder, providing that said second highest bidder shall deposit with the Mortgagee’s attorneys, the amount of the required deposit as set forth herein. If the second highest bidder declines to purchase the within described property, the Mortgagee reserves the right to purchase the within described property at the amount bid by the second highest bidder. The foreclosure deed and the consideration paid by the successful bidder shall be held in escrow by DG&L, (hereinafter called the “Escrow Agent”) until the deed shall be released from escrow to the successful bidder at the same time as the consideration is released to the Mortgagee, whereupon all obligations of the Escrow Agent shall be deemed to have been properly fulfilled and the Escrow Agent shall be discharged. Other terms, if any, to be announced at the sale. Dated: January 4, 2017 U.S. Bank Trust, N.A., as Trustee for LSF9 Master Participation Trust By its Attorney DOONAN, GRAVES & LONGORIA, LLC 100 Cummings Center Suite 225D Beverly, MA 01915 (978) 921-2670, www.dgandl.com 53188 (TICKTIN)

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PURCHASES MUST BE MADE AT TIME OF SALE WITH CASH ONLY. ALL GOODS SOLD “AS IS” and must be removed at time of sale. PS ORANGECO, INC. reserves the right to withdraw units from sale and to cancel auction without further notice. Andrew Berg, agent for owners. Notice posted January 9th and January 16th 2017.

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION BY COMPETITIVE BIDDING at 9:00 am on 1/24/2017 at PS ORANGECO, Inc., 800 River St., Hyde Park, MA 02136. The personal goods stored therein by the below named occupant (s): Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit

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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION BY COMPETITIVE BIDDING at 9:00 am on 1/24/2017 at PS ORANGECO, Inc., 156 Lincoln Street Brighton, MA 02135. The personal goods stored therein by the below named occupant (s): Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc.

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PURCHASES MUST BE MADE AT TIME OF SALE WITH CASH ONLY. ALL GOODS SOLD â&#x20AC;&#x153;AS ISâ&#x20AC;? and must be removed at time of sale. PS ORANGECO, INC. reserves the right to withdraw units from sale and to cancel auction without further notice. Andrew Berg, agent for owners. Notice posted January 9th and January 16th 2017.

PS ORANGECO, INC.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION BY COMPETITIVE BIDDING at 9:00 am on 1/24/2017 at PS ORANGECO, Inc., 290 Southampton St. Boston, MA 02118. The personal goods stored therein by the below named occupant (s): Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit

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Merritt, Larry L. Conceicao, Michelle White, Taj Anderson, Andrea Cancellieri, Kathryn Mccabe, Megan Al-Quthami, Adeeb Waiters, Latisha Opila, Chris Bozza, Adele Best, Janice Miles, Vivan Cahill, Tiffany Collins, Damion Harrington, MIchelle Knight, Eric Service Agency, Middlesex Human angote, owen Andre, Natacha Kilgoe, Shayla Grubbs, Kenneth Long, David Isaac, Teaka Wyche, John Scott, Tim Leonard, Violet Rainey, Cleatha Cruz, Ana Costa, Michael Pettaway, Nadia Garcia, Merlinda Vieux, Erica Miller, Mamie Fuller, Raymond Coleman, Keith Howard, Jhameia Cassello, George Carter, Gayla

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION BY COMPETITIVE BIDDING at 9:00 am on 1/24/2017 at PS ORANGECO, Inc., 945 Moody St Waltham, MA 02453. The personal goods stored therein by the below named occupant (s): Unit 1059 Johnston, Matt Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 1106 Joyles, Malcolm Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 1134 Woodman, Seth Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 1136 Gonzalez, Silvia Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 1170 Fredkin, Michael Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 2020 Harris, Paul Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 2028 Keleher, Mary Lyle Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 2079 Gallagher, Robert Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 2101 Febrillet, Muriel Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 2103 Ishaq, Mohammad Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 2130 Mcgonagle, Lisa Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 2152 Bendami, Kathleen Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 2163 Stanton, Lawrence Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 2198 LaďŹ&#x201A;eur, Edwidge Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 3030 Levin, Konstantin Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 3037 Falvey, Katey Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 3056 Fennell, Lynn Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 3105 Bussey, George Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 3260 Allison, Donna Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 3274 Gallagher, Robert Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 3283 Mcpherson, Alicia Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 4015 Prabakaran, Daniel Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 4016 Van Kleeck, Karen Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 4023 Piemonte, Gina Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 4096 Barr, David Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 4177 Sams, Craig Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 4188 Flynn, Karen Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 4285 Guerline, Jn-Baptiste Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 4296 Raman, Gautham Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. Unit 4299 Westbrook, Melissa Boxes, Bags, Totes, Misc. PURCHASES MUST BE MADE AT TIME OF SALE WITH CASH ONLY. ALL GOODS SOLD â&#x20AC;&#x153;AS ISâ&#x20AC;? and must be removed at time of sale. PS ORANGECO, INC. reserves the right to withdraw units from sale and to cancel auction without further notice. Andrew Berg, agent for owners. Notice posted January 9th and January 16th 2017.

PS ORANGECO, INC.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION BY COMPETITIVE BIDDING at 9:00 am on 1/24/2017 at PS ORANGECO, Inc., 260 Lexington St. Waltham, MA 02452. The personal goods stored therein by the below named occupant (s): Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit

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NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION BY COMPETITIVE BIDDING at 9:00 am on 1/24/2017 at PS ORANGECO, Inc., 20 East St., Westwood, MA 02090. The personal goods stored therein by the below named occupant (s): Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit Unit

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