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The secret world of the Dunkin’ Donuts franchise kings
Inside the take-no-prisoners world of the Dunkin’ franchise kings.
Bill Littlefield on a father-son softball story
In retirement, Mo Englander was looking to stay busy. So his son, Matt, started him a team.
An open letter to the BSO’s Andris Nelsons
Settle down. Innovate. Stay fit. Some friendly advice for the BSO’s new maestro.
Perfect accessories for cool-weather weddings
Personalize your special dress with deep gold, frosty silver, lush beading, delicate feathers.
Horse farm in Mattapoisett is Home of the Week
Built in Groveland in the 1600s, this Colonial was moved to a horse farm in 2003 and is now an Colonial-era home with 21st-century comforts.
His Elective Highness, President Barack Obama
Some early Americans thought our leader deserved a splashier title.
Patriots rookie Dominique Easley contributing sooner than expected
Dominique Easley, who recorded an interception in Week 2, has quickly recovered from ACL surgery nearly one year ago.
State-by-state breakdown of Dunkin’ Donuts shops
The figures are from the Dunkin’ Brands Group, noting they are the most recent figures.
Martha Coakley criticized for ambiguous answers
Martha Coakley’s campaign defended her, casting the gubernatorial candidate as open to collaboration.
After stagnant MCAS results, 6 more schools ‘underperforming’
Third-graders failed to budge years of lowreading scores, with only 57 percent scoring proficient or advanced.
Dr. Ebonie Woolcock returns to Dorchester
Child of a teen mom, Woolcock grew up in Codman Square, helped raise her sisters, and became a doctor. Now she’s back at work in her old neighborhood.
Police angered by criticism over ‘Blarney Blowout’
Top law enforcement officials don’t think they should be less aggressive when handling large disturbances.
In ‘Year Zero,’ fresh faces but an old story
Despite its fresh cultural trappings, the script seems to prove that stories about immigrants assimilating tend to be alike.
Lehninger’s Beethoven begins BSO’s season with a bang
The Boston Symphony Orchestra opened with an odd assortment of works by Mozart, Villa-Lobos, and Beethoven, conducted by Marcelo Lehninger.
‘Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay’ by Elena Ferrante
Reading Ferrante is an extraordinary experience. There’s a powerful and unsettling candor in her writing.
Walsh begins Ireland trip, invoking JFK
The mayor touched down in Shannon early Friday, discussing his parents’ journey from that same airport to Boston.
Collaborative spirit showcased in McCusker’s dances
“‘Hey!’ + Other Dances,” at Somerville’s Center for Arts at the Armory, featured many of choreographer Daniel McCusker’s treasured veteran collaborators.