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Timeline: How sports world reacted to Boston Marathon attack
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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Researchers are beginning to understand exactly why a teenager’s brain is so tempestuous.
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Twenty-five years after a traumatic brain injury gave her amnesia, Su Meck is getting ready to graduate from Smith College.
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Restless legs syndrome has been linked to serious medical conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and depression.
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The mayor has operated more in a legislative style to broker a deal to let gays march in the St. Patrick’s Day parade.
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The mayor said he will meet with top cabinet officials to both press for funding and deepen connections between their agencies and the city.
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Brian Middendorf, 33, allegedly pointed a black pellet gun resembling a semi-automatic weapon at Hingham police officers.
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Cuarón, the newly minted best director Oscar winner, is bringing his cinematic touch to TV with the NBC series “Believe.”
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“Gravity” director Alfonso Cuarón and fellow co-executive producer J.J. Abrams are part of NBC’s latest paranormal drama.
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Dudu Tassa has been exploring the music of his late grandfather and grand-uncle, the Kuwaiti brothers.
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Nettles played to a sold-out House of Blues on Saturday.
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Three Japanese scientists, in an effort to bring clarity to one of the most controversial and confusing scientific findings in recent memory, have released a detailed protocol explaining step by step how to create stem cells with a simple acid bath. A leading stem cell scientist at Boston Children’s Hospital is working directly with the Brigham and Women’s Hospital anesthesiologist who led the work to try to repeat the technique.
The surprising report in January by Boston and Japanese scientists that stem cells, with the ability to develop into any cell in the body, could be created with the seemingly straightforward technique sparked a raging and very public debate in the scientific community.
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On Friday, Chiara endeavored to play the odd-numbered Bartók string quartets from memory.
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The British ensemble’s program was drawn from its latest album, “The Phoenix Rising.”
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Comic Chelsea Handler didn’t waste any time setting the tone at the Citi Wang Theatre Friday night.
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Frangello’s powerful novel is ambitious, relentless, and entirely unsentimental.
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Dr. Barry N. Feldman uses the acronym FACTS as a tool to outline the warning signs of teenage suicide.
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There are several hot lines and websites that offer suicide prevention resources.
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