From "Though I Know the River is Dry" courtesy of the Boston Palestine Film Festival.
From "Though I Know the River is Dry" courtesy of the Boston Palestine Film Festival.
courtesy of the Boston Palestine Film Festival

Good morning, Boston. Here’s what you need to know this morning:

Sports:

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All Boston teams are off today.

Weather:

Today: Partly cloudy. Highs in the lower 60s.

Tonight: Cooler with lows in the mid 40s.

Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy. A 30 percent chance of showers and highs in the mid 60s.

Get the latest forecast here.

Traffic: Check out our current traffic report.

What’s in the news?

Commuters will be able to donate blood on a train in Boston to benefit local hospital patients. Organizers say the train will be stopped at South Station for the Oct. 24 event. The Massachusetts Bay Commuter Railroad Company, which operates rail tracks under an MBTA contract, says the event will have a Halloween theme.

The state’s highest court is sending questionnaires to attorneys and court employees in Norfolk County, seeking input on 35 judges as part of an ongoing program to evaluate judicial performance. The Supreme Judicial Court’s survey covers several categories including a judge’s knowledge of the law, fairness and impartiality, temperament on the bench and treatment of litigants, witnesses, jurors and attorneys.

The state’s highest court is sending questionnaires to attorneys and court employees in Norfolk County, seeking input on 35 judges as part of an ongoing program to evaluate judicial performance. The Supreme Judicial Court’s survey covers several categories including a judge’s knowledge of the law, fairness and impartiality, temperament on the bench and treatment of litigants, witnesses, jurors and attorneys.

Events for today:

Canadian comedian David Foley, fresh off the release of his new album, “Relatively Well,” will be performing at Mr. Dooley’s Boston Tavern at 9 p.m.

The English band Noah and the Whales will play songs off its latest album, “Heart of Nowhere,” at House of Blues at 7 p.m.

The seventh annual Boston Palestine Film Festival will take place through Oct. 27 at the Museum of Fine Arts, with free screenings at Cambridge Public Library and Harvard Law School.

Check out these live events on Boston.com today

Noon: Job Doc Chat with Pattie Hunt Sinacole

Noon: Boston Sports Live Video Show

2 p.m.: Red Sox Discussion on Radio BDC