Boston Calling music fest relocating to Allston

The popular music festival will move to grounds owned by Harvard University, expanding its offerings to include a film festival curated by Natalie Portman.

// Widow of slain Auburn officer thanks supporters

Speaking before her husband’s funeral, Tricia Tarentino said it was amazing to see how Officer Ronald Tarentino Jr. was loved.

//[1].jpg Rocky times for Trump Shuttle included Logan incident

One of Donald Trump’s airplanes crash landed at Logan Airport in 1989.

// Officer in scuffle faced prior allegations of excessive force

The off-duty officer was captured on video roughing up a pedestrian who struck the officer’s car window with an umbrella.

Portraits of students lined the halls of BPL Friday.

Alice Stone

Boston Latin student had a surprise for graduating classmates

Students trickling into school Friday were met face-to-face with . . . their own faces.

// Seth Moulton has words of courage for UMass Boston graduates

The congressman, who had served four tours in Iraq as a Marine, spoke on the meaning of courage in his commencement address Friday.

Evan Horowitz | Quick Study

// What role does race play in Donald Trump’s Mass. appeal?

Trump’s support doesn’t always come from the people and places you might expect.


// Forget Ohio—there are new swing states in 2016

The new map is mostly thanks to the unique nature of the match-up between the pair of New Yorkers.

// How a member of North Korea’s Kim dynasty joined middle America

Kim Jong Un’s aunt, who once took care of him while he was at school, now lives the American Dream.

Doctors suspended for medical marijuana, opiates violations

The Board of Registration in Medicine unanimously voted to suspend the licenses of Dr. John Nadolny and Dr. Fred Thale.

Christopher Muther

Icelandair’s new buddy system better than a bag of pretzels

Icelandair introduces a first-of-its-kind program where travelers are paired with an employee of the airline to get a different perspective of the country.

// Renovated B&Bs lose the musty decor

An Amesbury-based hotel group has been swooping in on tony New England destinations and overhauling iconic buildings. Will it work?

BOSTON, MA - MAY 26: Clay Buchholz #11 of the Boston Red Sox walks to the dugout after pitching the first inning against the Colorado Rockies during the first inning at Fenway Park on May 26, 2016 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

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Alex Speier

It’s time to replace Clay Buchholz in the rotation

The Red Sox have a better option than sticking with Buchholz, who ranks among the AL’s worst starters.

Alex Speier

// Don’t blame John Farrell for Jackie Bradley’s streak ending

A suggestion that Bradley’s streak ended because of where he hit in the batting order ignores the facts.

// Yes, UMass has a team ranked No. 1 in the country

ZooDisc, UMass’ Ultimate team, brings a 14-game winning streak into this weekend’s national championships.

Love Letters

// Should she tell his fiancee before moving on?

I found out a few weeks ago that he got engaged to someone that he has been involved with all along.

Memorial Day

// Potentially record-breaking heat to persist for Memorial Day weekend

Boston and other communities could set new records on Saturday, forecasters said.

// Traveling this weekend? Here’s what to know

Your guide to a smooth Memorial Day trip.


// Grilled clams make pleasing a picnic crowd so easy

Three recipes perfect for a Memorial Day cookout — or any other day.

SEBASTIAN SMEE | Critic’s Notebook

// MFA’s Japanese partnership was a squandered opportunity

The museum’s decision not to extend its satellite operation in Nagoya brings an end to an ill-fated experiment.

Opinion & Ideas


// Employers want noncompetes, but what’s it worth to them?

Time and freedom are worth something, and compensation is in order when they’re restricted.

Life sciences

STAT, a national publication from Boston Globe Media Partners, covers health, medicine, and life sciences.

Ground Game

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// Why the State Dept. e-mail investigation really matters

The report could affect Hillary Clinton’s ability to pivot her campaign heading into the general election.

The Big Picture

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Obama’s historic Hiroshima visit

President Obama became the first sitting US president to visit the Japanese city, where he paid tribute to the 140,000 lives lost in the 1945 atomic bombing.