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Two years later, brothers made good

In 2011, Billy Baker profiled two teenage brothers from Dorchester struggling to overcome steep odds as part of the Globe's Bus 19 series, a project in which a team of Globe reporters chronicled stories along one of the city's key bus routes. Two years later, Baker provided a follow-up on the subjects of his story in a series of Twitter posts, collected below.

Boston Ballet’s 2015-2016 season announced

The season features the return of John Cranko’s “Onegin,” and world premieres by Karole Armitage and Boston Ballet principal guest artist Yury Yanowski.

A new age for an old town

Boston is in the midst of a building spree whose enormity, pace, and geographic sweep are redefining the skyline.

‘Screening Room’ by Alan Lightman

MIT professor and author Alan Lightman goes back home and wrestles his past to a draw.

Alaskans wonder, ‘who stole our winter?’ We did.

With less than an inch of snow in Anchorage in February, the joke on the streets is the city swapped winters with Boston.

Health connector got it done, but barely; $20m in fixes needed

The Mass. Health Connector needs another $20 million this year and more fixes next year to become fully functional.

Smaller Mass. cities clamor for a slice of Olympic glory

The Boston Olympics are being pulled in every direction by local communities who want to reap the economic benefits.

Avalanche safety can’t be an afterthought

Last year, there were 35 deaths in the US alone from outdoor enthusiasts taking needless risks.

7 things every kid should master

A noted Williams College psychologist argues standardized tests are useful, if they measure the abilities students really need.

Travel is no vacation when couples clash

Opposites may attract, but that attraction can make for some very stressful moments when deciding what to do, where to go, and how to pace a trip.

Spat over Netanyahu’s speech doesn’t change US-Israel relations

However fraught the relationship between Netanyahu and Obama, the ties that so uniquely bind their nations remain.

Russia floats theories for rival figure’s murder

A leading investigative agency said it was looking into several motives for Boris Nemtsov’s killing.

‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’ author opening a Plainville bookstore

Jeff Kinney will take a gamble and launch his Massachusetts retail experiment this summer.

For Timothy Hutton, ‘Crime’ pays off

The veteran actor talks about his role on the new ABC drama “American Crime,” which premieres Thursday, and his vast film and television career.

Trendspotting: More men heading to the spa

The proportion of spa-goers who are male has shot up from 31 percent less than 10 years ago to 47 percent.

3 generations, 3 states, 7 transactions, 1 year

The decisions didn’t come easily, but they reflected the ways our lives had changed over the decades, often without us stopping to take notice.

A new waterfront revives the charms of ancient Málaga

This ancient Mediterranean city in Spain has put a graceful modern spin on a stroll by the sea.

The problem with separate toys for girls and boys

What started our obsession with assigning gender to playthings, and how can parents combat it?

What is it like to live in Wakefield?

“Wakefield has about 25,000 people, but it still feels like a small town,” Nancy Bertrand said.

Putin’s push into Ukraine is rational

The US would respond similarly if Russia turned Mexico or Canada into a political partner.

In Kneehigh’s hands, a mythical love story is so not Wagner

Director Emma Rice’s “Tristan & Yseult” with the UK-based Kneehigh theater arrives at the Paramount Center Thursday and runs through March 15.

Finding a summer camp that fits your child’s needs

Whether your kid has allergies, autism, diabetes, or any other issue, they can still have a fun, safe adventure.

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