Daily Table aims to serve up affordable, healthy foods

Daily Table founder Doug Rauch said the idea was to “reach a segment of the population that is hard to reach.”

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Unlike Whole Foods and Star Market, the new Dorchester business isn’t built on profit margins or sales growth.

Former Harvard University hockey star Angela Ruggiero, now a member of both the USOC and IOC, will be part of a high-level American delegation traveling to Lausanne, Switzerland.

US delegation to visit IOC in Switzerland for talks on Boston bid

Boston and US Olympic leaders will discuss the city’s struggling candidacy for the 2024 Summer Games.

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Susan Glover, head of the library’s special collections, is on leave. She has not been charged in connection with the case.

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Daron Dylon Wint, 34, was arrested about a week after he allegedly murdered the family and set their mansion on fire.

IndyCars competed in the Baltimore Grand Prix in 2011. A similar race is scheduled for the streets of the South Boston waterfront in 2016.

IndyCar street race coming to Seaport district in 2016

An 11-turn, 2.25-mile temporary street circuit will encircle the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.

The Tadmur prison in the Syrian town of Palmyra that was captured by the Islamic State militants after a battle with the Syrian government forces.

ISIS captures Iraqi town, kills dozens in Syria’s Palmyra

The militant group continued to extend its control of key areas of Iraq and Syria and killing opponents in captured areas.

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The nation’s largest food retailer is also urging its thousands of US suppliers to improve treatment of farm animals.

Brady’s consumer appeal now on par with Bill O’Reilly

In the wake of Deflategate, Tom Brady’s appeal is now closer to an image-challenged lot headlined by Martha Stewart and Dane Cook.

BEN VOLIN I ON FOOTBALL

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/05/21/BostonGlobe.com/BCOM/Images/greenhouse_Patriots-2_sports.jpg What’s next for Tom Brady with his Deflategate appeal?

Brady has been quiet since the punishment was handed down nearly two weeks ago.

BUZZ SAW

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What is the tie that binds “Mad Men,” “The Wire,” and others that puts them in a more rarefied group?

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The 27-year-old, a member of the family that stars on TLC’s ‘‘19 Kids and Counting,’’ also resigned from the Family Research Council.

The cruise ship is docked at Black Falcon Cruise Terminal in South Boston.

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Cruise ship that struck coral reef in Bermuda back in Boston

Many passengers said they were not alarmed by the mishap at sea and enjoyed the extra time on the island.

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Boston Arts Academy headmaster Anne Clark’s black Honda CRV disappeared under a sea of neon sticky notes.

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The pipeline that burst, built in 1987, had no previous problems and was thoroughly inspected in 2012, according to its operator.

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The regional chain did say that four low-performing restaurants, including two in Mass., have closed.

opinion

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2015/05/21/BostonGlobe.com/EditorialOpinion/Images/0522_lu-edit200-1274.jpg An open letter from the family of Lingzi Lu

In the wake of the Marathon trial, the Lu family, whose daughter came from China to study in Boston, reflects on her spirit and dreams.

Marathon trial podcast

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This interactive timeline highlights trial coverage and a podcast featuring Globe columnist Kevin Cullen and WBUR reporter David Boeri.

Opinion

SCOT LEHIGH

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Let’s look at some pluses and minuses from his Thursday event in New Hampshire’s capital.

The Big Picture

Cities in the clouds

A selection of images of cities shrouded in weather that makes them appear to be living among the clouds.