Ivan Vaclavik’s arrests, deportation attempts
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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Deloitte Consulting, which is under scrutiny due to problems with software it built for two state agencies, has penetrated nearly every arm of Mass. government.
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A woodworker and author explores why the creative process matters.
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Masterful Florentine sculptor, painter, and engraver Antonio Pollaiuolo pioneered depictions of the human nude in poses of vigorous action.
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In his memoir “A Child’s Christmas in New England,” Robert Sullivan writes about growing up the Chelmsford-Lowell area during the 1950s and ’60s.
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Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin is able to laugh at the author’s note in Ron Burgundy’s new faux memoir, “Let Me Off at the Top!”
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There’s a pilot in the works based on the tell-all by Blair Tindall that includes a memorable cameo by Pops conductor Keith Lockhart.
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Massey Energy Co. has agreed to a $265 million settlement of a class-action lawsuit that alleged that the coal mining company misled investors.
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The Pittsburgh winger hit a prone Marchand in the head with his knee in Saturday night’s game.
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Lisa Murawski-Dupont felt helpless Monday as she searched frantically down the commuter rail tracks between the Savin Hill and JFK/UMass stations.
The MBTA Transit Police officer was looking for two dogs that concerned patrons had told her were trapped inside a fenced-in area, walking on the tracks. Assigned to a police bicycle, Murawski-Dupont rode toward JFK/UMass searching for the canines between the tall fence and barbed wire.
As she neared the station, a break in the fence allowed her access to the tracks. It was 10 a.m., and she was able to catch a glimpse of one of the dogs.
“I saw a large pit bull shaking and wet,” Murawski-Dupont said during a telephone interview.
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The running back will be one of six players invited to New York for Saturday’s award presentation.
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NEW YORK — Olympic skier Bode Miller and a former flame have agreed to share time with their infant son for the next four months.
Miller and the 9-month-old boy’s mother, former Marine Sara McKenna, cemented the temporary pact in family court in New York City on Monday. It’s in place until at least a March 31 court date.
Miller and McKenna said, separately, after court they were happy about the arrangement.
Miller’s lawyers say it lets him take the child to the Olympics in February in Russia.
Miller and McKenna had a brief relationship last year in California. Miller has since married professional volleyball player Morgan Beck.
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Thanks to a unique state law, millions of patients can now find out in advance how much their medical procedures will cost.
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The heavy reliance on personal cellphone data as an investigative tool is raising new concerns among lawmakers and privacy groups.
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