Rangers looking to Rick Nash to buoy offense
The first mainstage concert of the Boston Early Music Festival was also the North American debut of Mozart’s own violin and viola.
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The Medfield native has been awarded the Second International Sir Georg Solti Conducting Apprenticeship with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
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Lauren Bush Lauren and her husband, David Lauren, were honored by UNICEF at its annual Children’s Champion Award Dinner.
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The Boston-bred actor and “Star Trek” star was at the West End Museum last week for a tour.
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The stately brick dwelling in Provincetown that the author called home from 1990 until his death in 2007 is for sale.
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Former contestant on “The Voice” Amanda Brown was among the 350 guests at Hebrew SeniorLife’s “EngAGEment Party.”
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The song in the commercial, called “Je T’adore,” appeared on their 2004 double album, “Palais.”
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Oprah Winfrey is giving $12 million to a museum being built on Washington’s National Mall that will document African-American history.
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Waterfront site will house a $1.6m playground where children of all abilities can romp side by side.
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A bank teller accused of stealing from the CD accounts of mostly elderly customers has pleaded guilty to bank fraud. Federal prosecutors said Michelle Laudato, 35, of Farmington pleaded guilty Tuesday in US district court in Hartford. Prosecutors said Laudato used her position at a Webster Bank branch in Bristol to steal more than $178,000 from the accounts of at least 18 customers between July 2009 and June 2010.
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The Rhode Island Supreme Court upheld Tuesday the murder conviction of a man in a deadly 2007 home invasion while out on parole after decades of incarceration on an earlier murder conviction. The court said the weight of evidence against Alfred ‘‘Freddie’’ Bishop was ‘‘enormous.’’ Bishop was sentenced in Rhode Island Superior Court in 2009 to life without parole for the killing of Gabriel Medeiros.
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Maine’s largest city is betting that visitors will come to know that ‘‘life’s good here.’’ The city launched a new marketing campaign Tuesday under the slogan: ‘‘Portland, Maine. Yes. Life’s good here.’’
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New Hampshire House and Senate negotiators have reached a tentative agreement on a public works budget for the next two years that contains funding for a new women’s prison.
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A New Hampshire man convicted of sexually assaulting his 7-year-old foster brother while they lived in Massachusetts was sentenced in Greenfield Superior Court Monday to up to 10 years in prison. Joshua Matthews, 24, was also sentenced to 10 years probation upon release.
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