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A look at mayoral race campaign donations

Click on the maps to see how much money each candidate has raised in Boston per ZIP code.

Updated on Sept. 20, 2013
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NOTE: Does not include money raised before Jan. 1, 2013.

Donations with no address are omitted from the Boston figure.

Candidates do not have to disclose donations of $50 or less. This graphic may not account for such donations.

DATA: OCPF

Gabriel Florit, Elaina Natario / Globe Staff

Pregnant prisoners are losing their shackles

Massachusetts is poised to ban the restraining of inmates during labor and delivery. It’s part of a change in how we treat women doing time and giving birth.

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Lacrosse facts and figures

A quick look at lacrosse, one of America’s fastest-growing sports.

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RISE: ARTIST ADAM O’DAY SEES BOSTON IN A DIFFERENT LIGHT

Age: 32

Hometown: Born in Tennessee, moved eight times, settled in Southie at the Distillery with wife Meghan.

Think of: A modern mix of expressionism and impressionism, sometimes with a street-art twist. “I just try to paint exactly how I want to and how I feel like I need to. That way, whatever I paint is going to be my hands.”

What caught our eye: A vibrant, vivid, imaginative take on the city of Boston.

Lightbulb moment: “Somewhere between getting out of college in 2005 and now, I just said ‘I’m just going to try to make a go of it as a professional artist.’…I guess it was about a year and a half ago that I made that decision.” Before making a go of being a professional artist, O’Day was an engineer and designer for the Navy. He graduated from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley.

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Cuba, you owe us $7 billion

Behind the trade embargo lies a huge and nearly forgotten obstacle: the still-active property claims by American companies.

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Check In: Hotel Le Germaine in Toronto

TORONTO — Located minutes from the runway at Porter Air, in the heart of this city’s popular entertainment district, the Hotel Le Germaine is a boutique luxury property suited to both leisure and business travelers.

Stepping into the lobby from bustling Mercer Street is like entering a chic contemporary design showroom — in a good way. Sheer curtains, cascading two stories, add drama to a space filled with warm wood, leather, glass, and stainless steel.

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Naumkeag shows off its rooms inside and out in Stockbridge

STOCKBRIDGE — Naumkeag “cottage” has 44 rooms — that is, if you count only those in the house. Outside garden rooms, designed long before patios and backyard barbeques became a way of life, bring the house outdoors and the outdoors inside.

This summer residence overlooking the Housatonic River Valley was built for Joseph and Caroline Choate in 1885 in the shingle style with a Norman French influence evident in its two steeply pitched towers. Choate was a lawyer and later ambassador to Britain at the turn of the 20th century. Naumkeag is the Native-American name of Choate’s hometown, Salem.

The Choates’ daughter, Mabel, inherited the property and in 1958 bequeathed the house, its contents, and the land to the Trustees of Reservations.

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Time to get rid of ‘noncompete’ agreements

The agreements are wonderful for employers who want to keep employees from jumping ship. But they’re bad for workers and the state economy.

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N.H. store draws reptile fans from around the region

Zoo Creatures, a 14,000-square-foot pet store in Plaistow, N.H., specializes in fish, birds, and reptiles.

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‘Our Lady’ is one man’s plea for compassion, connection

James Fluhr takes advantage of the New Repertory Theatre’s Black Box space in his touching one-man play.

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Simon Amstell finds humor in a show full of angst

Amstell says his stand-up comedy is based on reflections on things that caused him shame.

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‘How to Make Your Cat an Internet Celebrity’ by Patricia Carlin

To author Patricia Carlin, a cat is also a sure-fire source of wealth and fame, at least for those willing to follow her step-by-step instructions.

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He’s moving near his ex

Just because another guy emotionally abused you in the past doesn’t mean that it’s going to happen again.

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Logan parking rates to rise $2 a day on July 1

Prices will go up to $29 a day in the central garage and $20 a day in the economy lot on July 1. Fees will go up again in 2016.

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Henniker’s wheat beer a delight

Henniker’s tap room is open for growler fills, tours, and tastings Monday to Friday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from noon to 4 p.m.

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Boston-area to do list

Things to do in an around Boston.

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Critic’s corner: What’s on TV this weekend

Sarah Rodman on what to watch, including “Salem” on WGN America.

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Daily guide of TV movies and radio highlights

Daily guide of TV movies and radio highlights.

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On Demand movie highlights

A sampling of movies available on cable television.

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Weekly chess column

Chess news from Harold Dondis and Chris Chase

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This day in history

Saturday, April 19, is the 109th day of 2014. There are 256 days left in the year.

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