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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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Cornelius is set to debut a suite of six songs based on “When We Were Very Young,” A.A. Milne’s 1924 book of child-friendly poetry.
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The statistical summary from the Cleveland-New England game.
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Being a smoker is an increasingly lonely path in America, and particularly on college campuses, where a growing list of schools are taking a no-tolerance stance toward cigarettes.
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Hamburgers are having their moment in trendy Paris, and options range from the classic comfort-food variety to the unconventional but tasty interpretation.
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The Icelandic director Gisli Örn Gardarsson is here recreating his production of “The Heart of Robin Hood” at the American Repertory Theater.
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In Florida, aggressive selling of SunPasses has allowed the state to enjoy one of the highest electronic tolling rates in the US.
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Political scientists and other experts offer ways to limit the sway of campaign money, extreme factions, and take no prisoners partisanship.
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The lasting outcome from the Bruins’ 3-2 win was an assault that left Penguin Brooks Orpik on a stretcher, and Thornton tossed from the game.
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Some high-tech sleuthing led to a quick arrest, but left a low-tech riddle: Why — and perhaps for whom — did Stephen McCann allegedly set a house afire?
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A disempowered female lead who at least doesn’t look like a human version of Bambi would be preferable to the latest lineup of strong Disney princesses.
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Any Massachusetts school that doesn’t produce the data shouldn’t be allowed on the field.
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Critics are raising doubts about Stephen Crosby’s judgment after revelations he waited months to disclose a potential conflict of interest.
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With the rising cost of a private education, combined with the public system’s push to improve its standing, students are flocking to campuses around the state.
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