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Anthony Fantano brings Needle Drop to Middle East
The online music reviewer will host an evening of music chatter, both serious and lighthearted.
It’s all about Hillary Clinton, not the country
Until she flips that equation, the former secretary of state can’t run the campaign she wants to run.
Shawn Mendes parlays online stardom to chart success
Mendes is the 16-year-old singer-songwriter who came to fame via the six-second video app Vine.
Undefeated Needham moves to No. 1 in girls’ lacrosse top 20 poll
Needham defeated previous No. 1 Notre Dame to take over the top spot in the latest Globe rankings.
Silver Lake takes over top spot in softball top 20 poll
Silver Lake defeated Bridgewater-Raynham as the top two teams flipped positions in the Globe rankings.
Bridgewater-Raynham remains No. 1 in baseball top 20
Bridgewater-Raynham is off to an unbeaten start behind pitcher John Connelly.
Baker’s popularity built on competence
“By tackling the state’s biggest problems with logical, tough-minded solutions he has garnered the respect of the voters.” — Robert Coyne
In assuming control of T, Baker must focus on riders’ experience
“I would also like to know that the government is looking out for me as a rider.” — Erin Troy
May town set example in standing up for tap water
“A proposed limit on plastic water bottles in Brookline is a just policy both for people and the environment.” — Itai Gal
Proposal is no shoo-in
“The editorial . . . stated that Brookline wanted to restrict bottled water, suggesting that the town itself so desired this.” — Harvey E. Finkel
Schools are a key part of push to give city kids better shot at college
“In addition to the important coaching work being done by nonprofits, the 37 [schools] involved in Success Boston are implementing new programs.” — J. Keith Motley and Pam Eddinger
Six Flags updates Cyclone to deliver a more wicked ride
Engineer Larry Chickola talks about designing and building the Wicked Cyclone at Six Flags New England.
Like Ben Affleck, I felt shame over my family’s past
It’s a messy American tale of ancestors who owned slaves, others who died to free them, and a family’s Cherokee fable.
Local couple in Nepal found safe
As one family’s anxiety turned to joy, hundreds of Nepali residents of Boston gathered at a vigil in Copley Square Sunday night.
Few favor death for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, poll finds
Less than 20 percent of Mass. residents believe the convicted Marathon bomber should be put to death, according to a Globe poll.
Snow work leaves budgets battered
President Obama’s decision to make Mass. eligible for far less aid than state officials wanted will put pressure on local budgets.
Beacon Hill power trio in tune — mostly
Competing ideas on issues like how to fix the MBTA underscore an ideological split in the state’s political leadership.
Death toll and fears rising in Nepal
As officials announced more than 3,200 died in Saturday’s earthquake, recurring aftershocks kept everyone on edge.
Making weapons of our own destruction
Most of the weapons being sold by US corporations in the Middle East are for use in anarchic sectarian conflict.
Doctors group seeking better ways to interact with patients
Atrius Health’s “innovation center” will study ways to shake up how health care is delivered.