Nightside with Dan Rea - Rundown for December 30, 2019

Jordan Rich is in for Dan

Shoplifting And Justice Reform.  A menswear store in Essex County has been overrun with shoplifters from Boston and the owner blames Suffolk County D.A. Rachel Rollins no-prosecute policy for 15 different “minor” crimes, including shoplifting. The store has been hit three times in the past month. In New York, suspects arrested in recent anti-Semitic attacks are being quickly released right back into the neighborhoods they terrorized thanks to “bail reform” legislation — which doesn’t even take effect until Jan. 1. Is justice reform really justice for all?

Who Irritated You Most in 2019? This past year was full of irritations from the shallow to the sublime. The choices are endless from Jussie Smollett -and the hate crime that never was, to Greta Thuneberg - who had a temper tantrum at the U.N., to the partisan House and Senate that make up the U.S. Congress. Who is your nomination for the most irritating person or thing of 2019?

A Decade of Boston Restaurants. The dining landscape has undergone a massive shift in the past decade. How has changing tastes, trends and technology changed how you dine out? Are your favorite restaurants still there? Are they the same as they were ten years ago?

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