1. Weather: Showers. Near steady temperature in the upper 40s.
2. Anthony M. Nader, the builder who aims to put 195 residential units in at 105 South Huntington, is one of the city's "Dirty Dozen" for owing trash fines, the Herald reports.
3. It's May Day, traditionally a day for workers' movements to celebrate and/or flex their muscle. Occupy Boston activists are calling for a "Day Withouth the 99 Percent." They encourage employees to call in sick, students to skip school and for people not to buy anything or use the banking system today.
4. Speaking of social movements, Saturday is our , which celebrates the community's rejection of I-95. If you'd like to make art and banners (or maybe a dragon costume) for the big festival, festival spnosor Spontaneous Celebrations has an from 2-8 p.m. today and tomorrow.
5. It's day two of the Patch "" contest. Lilac Sunday picnics at the are leading the polling so far, with close behind. Voting and rating (each of which count for half the result) continue through Friday at 9 a.m.