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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.
State-by-state breakdown of Dunkin’ Donuts shops
The figures are from the Dunkin’ Brands Group, noting they are the most recent figures.
Lord Hobo Brewing Co. on an IPA mission
The owner of a Cambridge beer bar is opening a large brewery in Woburn in early 2015.
Kane’s Donuts widening its horizons
Kane’s, the local institution with a national reputation, is expanding beyond its Saugus base.
For Blackstone’s youngest victims, a hard road ahead
Children who pass certain developmental benchmarks without proper care have a hard time recovering, experts said.
Mark Bradford’s bold vision at the Rose
With texturally rich paintings and allusive sculptures at the Rose Art Museum, Bradford recasts contemporary issues in mythic dimensions.
‘Cosby’ by Mark Whitaker
The nearly 500-page biography tells a quintessentially American tale of adversity and triumph, influence, betrayal, and laughter.
Fenway hosts an evening of Shakespeare hits
Commonwealth Shakespeare Company’s unprecedented event stages an evening of Shakespeare just above the Red Sox dugout.
Send money now! Please. We’re begging.
Anyone who has signed on to a campaign e-mail list from a candidate in either party has seen pleas from politicians.
Irish pols for the 21st century
Marty Walsh of Boston and Marty O’Malley of Maryland exemplify the evolution of the Irish politician.
Shadows and ‘Doubt,’ in strong Stoneham production
The Stoneham Theatre’s production of “Doubt, A Parable” delivers every ounce of this complex drama’s tension, urgency, and ambiguity.
GlaxoSmithKline, opening Cambridge office, will stop paying doctors to promote its medicines
The research chief of GlaxoSmithKline plc said Wednesday that the British drug giant is becoming a more “open” organization, moving toward greater collaboration in developing medicines, and building confidence with the public by halting its payments to doctors for giving promotional talks about its products.
Suffolk DA hires dog to comfort people in distress
Indy, a two-year-old golden retriever and Labrador mix, is the first “facility dog” in a New England governmental agency.
With ‘Bent,’ Zeitgeist explores another heavy topic
The play exploring the treatment of gays during the Holocaust is the first production of Zeitgeist Stage Company’s 14th season.
A new player on the N.H. media scene — just in time for 2016
Bill Binnie has turned a former elementary school in Concord, N.H., into the headquarters of a media operation called NH1.
Shostakovich quartets receive their due
The Russian composer’s 15 string quartets, all but one of which qualified until recently as rarities, are turning up more often in concerts and on recordings.
Murder charges dropped against MIT worker in death of 6-month-old son
A former MIT employee was accused of killing his 6-month-old son, but charges were dropped after questions were raised about an expert’s testimony.
‘Last Days in Vietnam’ revisits the fall of Saigon
The story Rory Kennedy tells in the documentary is at once riveting and heartbreaking.