Graphic: US economic indicators since 2007
Love is blooming Spring is 10 days away, don’t wait. Take in the Boston Flower & Garden Show where love is in bloom with this year’s theme of “Romance in the Garden.” Soak up more than 20 displays by professional landscape designers and nurseries, and visit the vendors, floral competitions, lectures, demonstrations, and activities for the kids. 10 a.m.-9 p.m. (through March 16). $20, $17 seniors, $15 after 5 p.m. (March 12-15), $10 ages 6-17. Seaport World Trade Center, 200 Seaport Blvd., Boston. 781-273-5533. www.bostonflowershow.com
Needling The subtitle of Stephanie Pearl-McPhee’s book “The Amazing Thing About the Way It Goes” provides the meat and potatoes: “Stories of Tidiness, Self-Esteem and Other Things I gave Up On.” The New York Times bestselling Canadian author and Yarn
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When an aggressive cancer took Carolyn Grantham’s ability to eat away, she kept her food blog going, just as her husband has helped keep her going.
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It’s hard to imagine the Red Sox rotation without Lester, who picked up in spring where he left off in October.
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Police are discouraging spectators from wearing backpacks, hauling coolers, or carrying containers that hold more than a liter of liquid.
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One take-away from this year’s CPAC is that the right is in trouble, at risk of a schism between social conservatives and small-government libertarians.
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New details about the slaying of Mary “Pat” O’Hagan emerged, as two of the three men accused in the killing stood before a judge.
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The Patrick administration didn’t explain its failure to verify applicants’ information until after approving 20 dispensaries for provisional licenses.
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A coauthor of two papers that described a controversial technique for creating stem cells has called for the studies to be withdrawn.
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Jared Brentz is a golfing star despite prosthetic lower legs, and he has a big fan in his twin brother Bryce.
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The Cambridge company’s regulatory filing followed a choppy week in biotech stock trading.
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Boston has made huge steps in recent years in reforming its relationship with the automobile. Can the suburbs?
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Police responding to a medical emergency found one of the largest cases of animal hoarding to hit the area in recent memory.
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Intelligence officials plan to use massive databases to scan the behavior of federal employees who have security clearances.
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Kennedy wastes no time in getting to the point: Does Rose belong in the Hall of Fame?
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Frustration mounted Monday over what has become one of the most perplexing aviation disasters in history.
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New England has holes to fill at defensive line, cornerback, receiver, tight end, and interior offensive line as free agency opens Tuesday.
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Wellesley College’s Julie Matthaei was among 600 academic economists who support a minimum-wage hike that were targeted by pro-business group’s ad.
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Students who took part in a massive outdoor party “brought shame on our fine university,” the chancellor of UMass Amherst said.
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There is a brightness to “Slow Me Down,” Sara Evans’s seventh album, that makes this a stronger outing then her 2011 set.
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