World Series Game 5, Red Sox 3, Cardinals 1
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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Jules Olitiski, best known as a Color Field painter of deliciously vaporous, layered mists of color, cycled through several styles and had a roller coaster of a career. Olitski died at 84 in 2007, and several of his exuberant, flashy late works are up at Adelson Gallery Boston.
He was playful in the studio and sometimes recklessly inventive. In the late 1940s, he painted blindfolded for several months, a method that released him from art-school strictures. Many of his paintings in the 1950s featured thick impastos, but it wasn’t until the early 1960s, when it occurred to him that painting might be less material and more ethereal, that he began painting with a spray gun and had breakout success.
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The news that the tight end was done for the season because of a right knee injury was difficult for Patriots players to deal with a day later.
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Peter Korn’s new book, “Why We Make Things and Why It Matters,” is a memoir as well as a philosophical treatise on the creative process.
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Scientists Monday published the strongest evidence yet of an ancient freshwater lake on Mars that could have been home for life as we know it.
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Are permanent guest workers really a compromise worth seeking for the United States?
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Deloitte Consulting, which is under scrutiny due to problems with software it built for two state agencies, is now a virtual arm of Mass. government.
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The decision caps a 10-month investigation into the background of the only remaining contender for the sole Western Mass. license.
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Dan and Meghan Keith used an unconventional blind mailing technique to find their Topsfield home.
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With his outspoken views on gay marriage and abortion, Bishop Thomas Tobin has emerged as a vocal contrast to the new pontiff’s more inclusive tone.
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Another ridiculous comeback has led columnist Dan Shaughnessy to think that, somehow, the Patriots are destined to be Super Bowl champs.
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Mayor-elect Martin J. Walsh met with Mayor Thomas M. Menino to delve into a bread-and-butter issue: snow removal.
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The latest company cofounded by the prolific MIT scientist has raised $11 million to advance work on a new kind of surgical adhesive technology.
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Ominous new action by Ukraine’s security forces appeared to scuttle an opening for talks between the government and demonstrators.
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