Daily Feed: The 'Do As I Say, Not As I Do' of Deval Patrick and Car-Free Week

The ‘Do As I Say, Not As I Do’ of Deval Patrick and Car-Free Week. The governor was spotted driving to work on the first day of the statewide Car-Free Week. At least he fessed up to it. And at least he hopes that residents won’t follow his lead … [AP]

Mitt Romney’s Campaign Strategist is Nothing Like Mitt Romney. Stuart Stevens is a mountain-climbing, culinary adventure-log writing kind of guy — pretty much everything that Mitt Romney wasn’t the last time around. Or, at least, that’s how it seems. It’s always funny when news outlets go out of their way to paint a picture of an unconventional, laid back, free spirited individual who “as always, is likely to be found in jeans and loafers or sneakers” and then run a photo of said individual wearing a collared shirt and jacket. [NYT]

Think Anyone Will Notice If Boston-Power Changes to China-Power? The electric-battery maker’s shift from the Boston suburbs to China means 30 layoffs in the U.S. and hundreds of new jobs overseas. [Fortune]

Is Dorchester Safe? For most, the off-the-top-of-the-head answer is no way, but the consensus is that you won’t get murdered in Savin Hill and the nearby vicinity, where most of the students live. [Boston.com]

Giving Flu Shots to Preschoolers Cuts Down on ER Visits. Results out yesterday studied the impact of the 2006 recommendation to vaccinate 2- to 4-year-olds. [Fox]