Daily Feed: Boston is No. 2 Trick-or-Treating City in U.S.

Boston Ranks No. 2 City in U.S. for Trick-or-Treating. But how did San Francisco really beat us out in the “City Walkability” category? Is it because of this, this, and this? We call a recount. [Zillow]

In Boston, Hip Neighborhood = High Rent. But hipsters ≠ necessarily willing to pay lots of money to live in those ‘hoods. [Boston.com]

Meteor Shower Tomorrow Morning, Thanks to Haley’s Comet. Boston stargazers can expect to see the most meteoroids a couple of hours before dawn tomorrow morning, with a few still visible at twilight — the most spectacular time to see a meteoroid, according to NASA. [WCVB]

David Ortiz Wants To Keep His Red Sox Cap On. “I never said I would sign with the Yankees. No, no, no, no, don’t be twisting (expletive) up,” Papi said. “They asked me if I would play for the Yankees. I said I would think about it. But I didn’t confirm to nobody that I would play for the Yankees. I’m still a Red Sox, aren’t I?” [Yahoo Sports]

Congratulations, Massachusetts! You’re The Greenest Of Them All. We just rang in as the most energy efficient state in the union. Now that’s a ranking we welcome. [WAMC]