Market Basket vows to replace dissident workers

Some employees scoffed at the warning and vowed not to budge until Arthur T. Demoulas is reinstated.

Woman charged in theft of Revere firefighter’s wallet

The woman allegedly stole a firefighter’s wallet from his station while he was out battling a blaze in the town.

Yvonne Abraham

Marty Walsh misses the point in probation case

The mayor showed a gobsmacking display of cluelessness in commenting on the trial.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/06/10/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/debate6_met.jpg Martha Coakley, Steve Grossman step up dispute

Sniping between the gubernatorial candidates – and the PAC that backs Grossman – has intensified.

Johnny Depp captures the menacing tone of Whitey Bulger.

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Whitey movie eerie experience for ‘Black Mass’ coauthor

The authenticity of the adaptation, which wraps filming in Boston Friday, is evident in moments big and small for Dick Lehr.

The dark nights continued for the Red Sox as they lost again, swept by the Blue Jays on Wednesday.

Christopher L. Gasper

How have Red Sox fallen so far, so fast?

It was just nine months ago the Sox were celebrating a World Series title. Now they’re close to disbanding the team.

Nick Cafardo | On baseball

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As they get set to trade Jon Lester, the Red Sox have plans that will make them a competitive team again next season.

Wesley Ray Thomas, a baritone, performed in June with the Me2 Orchestra at the University of Vermont. The orchestra is a classical ensemble for those with mental health issues.

Letting loose in the city gives ‘Opera Guy’ stability

For Wesley Thomas, Boston’s self-proclaimed “Opera Guy,’’ singing for tourists doubles as therapy.

Opinion

Alex Beam

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2014/07/31/BostonGlobe.com/EditorialOpinion/Images/BeamAlex-1724.jpg Is John le Carré the greatest living writer?

Le Carré spotlights the Cold War, and by extension the US role — and principles — that were part of it.

BetaBoston

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The 140-character social network is riding high after a stronger than expected quarter.