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Tampa-St. Petersburg awaits the wrath of Hurricane Irma

Downed trees and water covered a driveway in Bonita Springs, Fla., near Naples, on Sunday.

Nicole Raucheisen/Naples Daily News/AP

Irma was expected to reach the heavily populated area by early Monday, though in a much-weakened state.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/09/11/BostonGlobe.com/Arts/Images/539772142.jpg Casting controversy surrounds North Shore Music Theatre’s ‘Evita’

The casting of non-Latino actors in the lead roles has opened another front in an increasingly heated national debate over onstage diversity.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/09/01/BostonGlobe.com/Lifestyle/Images/151217Andrew_.jpg Defending the accused, law firms specialize in campus sexual assault

In some instances, the firms get involved early on, preparing those accused of sexual misconduct for a university Title IX investigation.

Boston, MA -- 9/7/2017 - Dr. Iris Jaffe poses for a portrait in her office at Tufts Medical Center. While attending a lecture on ethics at Bentley University, Dr. Irish Jaffe had an ethical dilemma of her own when she noticed that the speaker, Jill Brown, was exhibiting signs of a pulmonary embolism. Although it was not her place to do so, she decided to tell Brown what she thought was happening as a result Brown sought medical treatment that may have potentially saved her life. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: 08doctor Reporter:

Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff

‘How do you thank someone for saving your life?’

While attending a lecture on ethics, Dr. Iris Jaffe had an ethical dilemma of her own. In the end, she made a decision that might have saved the life of Jill Brown, the lecturer.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2017/09/01/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/kreiter_haddonhall2_biz.jpg A new take on old Back Bay private clubs in a bid to attract younger members

This would be markedly different than the Union, Somerset, Algonquin, and St. Botolph clubs. It’d be where Boston’s old money types could mix with rising tech stars.

The Nation

Brockton man managing shelter under lockdown in Miami

Trees blow in the wind as Hurricane Irma arrives, in Fort Myers, Fla., Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017. Announcing itself with roaring 130 mph winds, Hurricane Irma plowed into the mostly emptied-out Florida Keys early Sunday, and is heading towards Fort Myers. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

By Dylan McGuinness

Andrew Enos is managining a Red Cross shelter at North Miami Senior High School, where he estimates 900 people are staying.

Bannon calls Comey firing biggest mistake in modern political history

Stephen Bannon attacked top Republicans, West Wing staff, the “pearl-clutching mainstream media,” special counsel investigators, and even the Roman Catholic Church.

By Noah Weiland

Steve Bannon said in a TV interview that Robert Mueller would not have been appointed special counsel in the Russia investigation if not for the firing.

Tampa-St. Petersburg awaits the wrath of Hurricane Irma

Downed trees and water covered a driveway in Bonita Springs, Fla., near Naples, on Sunday.

By Frances Robles, Lizette Alvarez and Vivian Yee

Irma was expected to reach the heavily populated area by early Monday, though in a much-weakened state.

The World

Instead of launching a missile, North Korea throws a party

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (second from left) and other officials celebrated nuclear tests last week.

By Choe Sang-Hun

The isolated state marked its government’s 69th anniversary not with another missile test, as many had feared.

Death toll rises to 90 as aftershocks rock Mexico city

Juchitan residents searched for belongings amid the ruins of their home.

By Christopher Sherman

The quake destroyed a large part of Juchitan and killed at least 37 people there.

Former Georgia leader, now a man without a country, slips into Ukraine

Former Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili spoke to the media Sunday along the Ukrainian-Polish border. Saakashvili was attempting to return to Ukraine although both his Ukrainian and Georgia passports are no longer valid.

By Andrew Higgins and Sewell Chan

Mikheil Saakashvili spent Sunday trying to enter a country that does not want him.

Editorial & Opinion

EDITORIAL

No support for fake service animals

Boston, MA -- 2/14/2017 - Carolyn Barrett's service dog, Shadow, presses the button to open an automated door. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: 05servicedogs Reporter:

Mass. lawmakers should approve a bill that would impose a fine for intentionally misrepresenting a pet dog as a service animal.

Opinion | Mike McIntire

College sports is pro sports, and we should treat it that way

By Mike McIntire

College athletics are a commercial enterprise, not an educational one, and should be treated as such.

Opinion | Anthony Flint

Sometimes, even a thrifty Yankee environmentalist has to buy a new car

11flint 1968 Chevrolet Malibu Handout

By Anthony Flint

A thrifty Yankee and environmentalist suffers pangs of guilt trading in his old Prius.

Metro

Scholarships will try to lure more first-generation students to Harvard Business School

Above: Harvard Business School’s Baker Library.

By Deirdre Fernandes

A $12.5 million donation is intended to help students who are the first in their family to attend college.

Defending the accused, law firms specialize in campus sexual assault

sexualassaultfirm - Andrew Miltenberg specializes in Title IX cases for the law firm Nesenoff & Miltenberg, which recently opened an office on Newbury Street in Boston. (Dennis Degnan)

By Dugan Arnett

In some instances, the firms get involved early on, preparing those accused of sexual misconduct for a university Title IX investigation.

‘How do you thank someone for saving your life?’

Boston, MA -- 9/7/2017 - Dr. Iris Jaffe poses for a portrait in her office at Tufts Medical Center. While attending a lecture on ethics at Bentley University, Dr. Irish Jaffe had an ethical dilemma of her own when she noticed that the speaker, Jill Brown, was exhibiting signs of a pulmonary embolism. Although it was not her place to do so, she decided to tell Brown what she thought was happening as a result Brown sought medical treatment that may have potentially saved her life. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: 08doctor Reporter:

By Michael Levenson

While attending a lecture on ethics, Dr. Iris Jaffe had an ethical dilemma of her own. In the end, she made a decision that might have saved the life of Jill Brown, the lecturer.

Business & Tech

A new take on old Back Bay private clubs in a bid to attract younger members

Developer Sandy Edgerley wants Haddon Hall to offer a setting where Boston’s old-money types can mix with rising young stars from the region’s tech, life sciences, health care, and arts scenes.

By Katheleen Conti

This would be markedly different than the Union, Somerset, Algonquin, and St. Botolph clubs. It’d be where Boston’s old money types could mix with rising tech stars.

With a $1,000 price, new iPhone crosses a threshold

Apple has always priced the iPhone as a premium product, but now it’s pushing into luxury territory.

Senate leaders honing bill to rein in state’s health care costs

Said state Senator Karen E. Spilka (above): “We’re looking at everything, with the intent of driving costs down but not sacrificing our commitment to universal coverage.”

By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey

Senators indicated the measure would cover a broad range of policies aimed at slashing medical spending and providing more coordinated care.

Obituaries

Abbott Lowell Cummings, 94, preservationist and scholar of early New England architecture

Dr. Cummings wrote “The Framed Houses of Massachusetts Bay, 1625-1725.”

By Bryan Marquard

Dr. Cummings formerly led the organization now known as Historic New England.

Michael Friedman, 41, co-creator of ‘Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson’

Michael Friedman brought a historian’s eye and a journalistic sensibility to his work on and off Broadway.

By Michael Paulson

Mr. Friedman, a Boston native, brought a historian’s eye and a journalistic sensibility to path-breaking work off and on Broadway.

Sports

DAN SHAUGHNESSY

Hey Bill Belichick, we’re not the only ones reliving history

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick speaks to the media following an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs, early Friday, Sept. 8, 2017, in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

By Dan Shaughnessy

The Patriots wore commemorative Super Bowl LI patches on their uniforms Thursday night, reminding one and all of a historic comeback.

Rays 4, Red Sox 1

Rays end Red Sox’ four-game win streak

Boston, MA: September 10, 2017: Red Sox relief pitcher Robby Scott reacts as the Rays Lucas Duda rounds first base after touching him up for a top of the seventh inning solo home run. The Boston Red Sox hosted the Tampa Bay Rays in a regular season MLB baseball game at Fenway Park. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff).

By Peter Abraham

Wilson Ramos went 3 for 4 with two RBIs to lead Tampa Bay.

Speedy Anders Bjork turning some heads at Bruins camp

By Kevin Paul Dupont

The winger opted to leave Notre Dame in large part because the Bruins have openings up front.

Healthy Life

Casting controversy surrounds North Shore Music Theatre’s ‘Evita’

Constantine Maroulis (seen in 2016) is among the non-Latino actors in lead roles at North Shore Music Theatre’s “Evita.’’

By Don Aucoin

The casting of non-Latino actors in the lead roles has opened another front in an increasingly heated national debate over onstage diversity.

Surprisingly, the Tonya Harding movie is incredible

argot Robbie, who plays Tonya Harding, before the screening of “I, Tonya’’ at the Toronto International Film Festival.

By Janice Page

Believe me, I didn’t expect it either.

George Clooney talks about directing Matt Damon. In short, it was a lot of fun

George Clooney, Julianne Moore, and Matt Damon walked the red carpet ahead of the 'Suburbicon' screening during the Venice Film Festival.

By Janice Page

“Matt is an everyman,” Clooney said in an interview on Friday.