Timeline of putters
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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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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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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Amid problems, the Patrick administration insisted the process for approving dispensaries is rigorous, and said $50,000 fees will be refunded.
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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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A respected scientist who wrote about a controversial technique for creating stem cells has called for the studies to be withdrawn because of what he called serious problems.
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Frustration mounted Monday over what has become one of the most perplexing aviation disasters in history.
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Kostya Kennedy, assistant managing editor of Sports Illustrated wastes no time in getting to the point: Does Rose belong in the Hall of Fame?
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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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Intelligence officials plan to use massive databases to scan the behavior of federal employees who have security clearances.
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The Cambridge company’s regulatory filing followed a choppy week in biotech stock trading.
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Police in Lynnfield 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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The Senate overwhelmingly approved a bill making big changes in the military justice system to deal with sexual assault.
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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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Russia said Monday it cannot accept the “fait accompli” of the new Western-backed government in Ukraine and was preparing diplomatic counterproposals to serve “the interests of all Ukrainians.”
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A New York Times ad with a distinctly Cold War flavor went after 600 academic economists who support a minimum-wage increase.
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Electronic cigarette use is exploding among adolescents, and the latest evidence indicates this is not good.
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Students and others involved in a massive outdoor party Saturday that turned into a melee “brought shame on our fine university,” the chancellor of UMass Amherst said.
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For R&B vocalist Ledisi, finding the truth didn’t require rumination on Kant and Hegel. All she had to do was look within.
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