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A man with ties to Marathon bomb suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was shot and killed in Florida while being questioned about a 2011 unsolved triple murder.
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Despite warnings about sun worshiping, melanoma rates continue to rise, especially among young women.
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Particularly if you have fair skin, be careful about sun exposure, especially burns.
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The “Bay State boondoggle” is at risk as Congress considers a bill that would end extra payments for Mass. hospitals.
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There’s nothing funny or fresh about “Save Me,” which NBC is burning off over the next few weeks.
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The state’s unemployment rate, which was 6.4 percent in April, is expected to decline to 5.2 percent by the end of 2017, a report predicts.
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Brighten up your home in time for the season with tips from Bravo’s “Million Dollar Decorators.”
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Like Angelina Jolie, Ellen Freeman Roth traded her cleavage for added years of life.
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Ami Albernaz’s weekly roundup of bargains includes Yumi Kim and Pinkyotto’s joint pop-up sample sale in Back Bay.
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Set in the Boston suburb of Waltham, Leavitt’s new novel isn’t a page-turner in the usual sense, but it’s a novel that pulls you in.
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Fields and stripes Don’t be surprised if paintings at “Ridley Howard: Fields and Stripes” remind you of works by Edward Hopper or Ed Ruscha. Howard offers portraits, landscapes, and abstractions that reflect his exploration of “intense yet veiled emotion.” Thursday hours 10 a.m.-9:45 p.m. (through Oct. 27). $25; $23 seniors and students 18 and older; free under 18 weekdays after 3 p.m., weekends, and Boston Public Schools holidays (otherwise $10). The Museum of Fine Arts, 465 Huntington Ave., Boston. 617-267-9300. www.mfa.org
No pain, no gain Behind the walls of suburban affluence is where Edward Albee went to create his Pulitzer-winning play, “A Delicate Balance.” When Agnes and Tobias are visited by friends, Harry and Edna, walls come down in the Connecticut home. 7:30 p.m. (through June 1).
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Director of Swedenborgian Church on the Hill is indicted on charges of looting the venerable institution
The director of operations for an obscure but wealthy Beacon Hill church stood before a federal judge Wednesday, accused of raiding the coffers of the congregation where he said he found redemption and enlightenment.
Federal agents arrested Edward J. MacKenzie, the 54-year-old self-proclaimed henchman for mobster James “Whitey” Bulger, after he was indicted by a grand jury on charges of racketeering, extortion, bribery, and money laundering.
MacKenzie, who lives in Weymouth, started working at the Swedenborgian Church on the Hill in 2003 and immediately began scheming with coconspirators, according to his indictment. Their goal, the indictment alleges, was to “obtain power and influence” and use both to “defraud the church of its considerable financial holdings and profit.”
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Critics’ picks for upcoming concerts around the region, including Ke$ha & Pitbull.
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A guide to area performances, including “Paul Taylor Dance Company,” “Amadeus,” and “In the Heights.’’
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Nightlife this week:
OCEAN CLUB OPENING WEEKEND ’Tis the season for outdoor entertainment venues. This one kicks off its season with a four-day lineup of hot EDM acts. May 23-26, doors at 8 p.m. $30-$80, $200 four-day pass. 21+. Ocean Club at Marina Bay, 333 Victory Road, Quincy. 617-689-0600, www.oceanclubatmarinabay.com
JESSEJESS Variety is the spice of life, and of the dance floor when Boston DJ JesseJess is in charge. His open-format approach uses house, electro, hip-hop, Top 40, dubstep, and more to keep things moving. May 25, 10 p.m. $20. 21+. The Estate, 1 Boylston Place, Boston. www.theestateboston.com
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