Page A1 of Tuesday's New York Times, that is. Years ago the paper mostly kicked its nasty habit of placing the continuation of many stories from the front page in other sections — forcing readers to "jump" across sections. Most A1 stories now stay in the A section.
Which is why today's Back to the Future moment for us dead-tree edition readers was such an unwelcome surprise: three stories — yes 3 — run from A1 into the B section. They included, ironically, one on hover boards.