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Hunt for a Boston Public Schools chief accelerates

The panel overseeing the recruitment hopes to reach a goal of hiring a superintendent who could be on the job by September.

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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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BEMF delivers a passionate Sebastiani Easter story

The forces of the Boston Early Music Festival presented a little-known setting of the Easter story by German composer Johann Sebastiani (1622-1683).

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Boy George gets angry, then gets down to business

The backbone of Boy George’s Saturday night show at Royale was reggae, with plenty of songs shaped by its undulating ripple.

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Gabriel Garcia Marquez case shows need to let critics visit US

What did the United States accomplish by banning the author from the country for so long?

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Inmate found dead at South Bay House of Correction

A preliminary investigation found no signs of foul play or of suicide, a spokesman for the Suffolk County sheriff said.

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‘Black Mass’ ready to film in Everett

Looks like director Scott Cooper will film some of “Black Mass” in Everett.

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Macaulay Culkin and Pizza Underground visit Boston

Macaulay Culkin was in Boston on Saturday night with his band The Pizza Undergound, a Velvet Underground cover act that changes the lyrics so they’re all about pizza.

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Kevin Spacey gives moral support at Boston Marathon events

Kevin Spacey was in Boston over the weekend to support Boston Marathon survivors, caregivers, and everyone involved in this year’s race.

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Tim Wakefield pitches in at RBI Opening Day

Retired Red Sox star Tim Wakefield threw out the first pitch at the Red Sox Foundation’s “RBI Opening Day” event at Jim Rice Field in Roxbury.

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Runner’s World gets party started

Runner’s World hosted a pre-marathon party at Lucca Back Bay on Saturday Night.

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Local talent at Tribeca

As usual, the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City has been a parade of local talent.

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Red Sox rally for wild walkoff victory

Dustin Pedroia scored on an error in a 6-5 victory over the Orioles before a delirious crowd at Fenway Park.

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Mike Napoli meeting his goal of reducing strikeouts

Entering Sunday’s game, the first baseman had cut down on his strikeouts by 3 percent from last year.

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Bruins even series against Red Wings

The Bruins head into Game 3 in Detroit with a 4-1 win under their belt.

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No way the Bruins were going to lose Game 2

There was simply no way the Bruins were slinking out of town trailing two games to none to the Red Wings.

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Milan Lucic gets going, helps Bruins win Game 2

After being the talk of Game 1 for all the wrong reasons, Lucic’s effort Sunday was game-changing.

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Red Wings coach says his team has a decision to make

As much as Detroit’s players talked about discipline on Saturday, they didn’t exercise very much of it in Sunday’s Game 2.

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Rookie Justin Florek enjoys breakthrough

The forward was more than happy to get the first postseason goal of his career against his hometown club.

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Special teams fail Detroit in Game 2

The Red Wings were 0 for 4 on the power play and allowed the Bruins two goals on the man advantage in four tries.

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