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Ukraine’s stability depends on neutrality, pressure on Putin

The best way to keep Ukraine whole is to return it to a state of geopolitical neutrality.

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Gabriel Garcia Marquez case shows need to let critics visit US

What did the United States accomplish by banning Gabriel Garcia Marquez from the country for so long?

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Learning ChiRunning in British Columbia

ChiRunning is a new running style that helps the injured to recover and develop better running form.

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Iggy Azalea storms onto the hip-hop scene

After two years of delays, Azalea is finally taking center stage, determined to be judged for her music.

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Pregnant prisoners are losing their shackles

Massachusetts is poised to ban the restraining of inmates during labor and delivery. It’s part of a change in how we treat women doing time and giving birth.

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If you go to a ChiRunning camp

If you go to a ChiRunning camp in British Columbia...

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New twist in John Oliver’s career

Oliver spread his wings and flew right from Comedy Central to HBO, where his new series, “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver,” premiers April 27.

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Independent Film Festival Boston is full of choices

The Independent Film Festival Boston begins its 12th edition this Wednesday offering nearly 100 feature films and shorts.

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Montreal embraces the circus arts

Montreal has become the circus capital of North America, and right now, circus season is getting into high gear.

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Time to get rid of ‘noncompete’ agreements

The agreements are wonderful for employers who want to keep employees from jumping ship. But they’re bad for workers and the state economy.

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The pitch that landed ‘In Country’ at IFFB

Camden International Film Festival looks at pitch sessions as training for new filmmakers. For the audience, it lifts the veil off the creative process.

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If you go to Montreal to see the circus

If you go to Montreal to see the circus...

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Burlington, Vt.: locavore capital revels in good taste

Home to more cheesemakers and brewers per capita than anywhere else, Vermont has emerged as a destination for foodies.

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Harvard Film Archive traces Frank Capra’s depictions of America

The many Capra virtues, and no less numerous Capra vices, are on display in The Capra Touch, at the Harvard Film Archive.

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If you go to Burlington

If you go to Burlington, Vt., to explore restaurants

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Married to ‘The Railway Man’

Patti Lomax’s husband’s memoir of war and redemption is on the big screen, but it is her story as well.

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The house of O’Neill lived in and staged

For a brief time, this gray clapboard cottage on a hill above the New London waterfront was playwright Eugene O’Neill’s summer home.

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When Harry met Sally’s source code

The romantic plight of the tech-crossed lovers in “Transcendence” resembles the one in last year’s “Her.”

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Gun violence’s toll a relentless form of terror

The scourge of violence in Mattapan, Roxbury, and parts of Dorchester is a slow-motion kind of terrorism.

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Lacrosse facts and figures

A quick look at lacrosse, one of America’s fastest-growing sports.

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