Alvin Chang / Globe Staff
Timeline of the hunt of the marathon attack suspects
Anatomy of the Market Basket meltdown
Local CEOs, the former US secretary of labor, an MIT Sloan professor, and more offer their reflections on the company’s disastrous summer.
How my brother’s life ended with a fentanyl overdose
George Bell’s family was powerless to stop his brother’s lifelong, and life-ending, drug and alcohol addiction.
Cape Flyer’s gourmet chef
Renee Scharoff has taken over the catering concession on the Cape Flyer, the revived vacationers’ train now in its second season.
3 administrators at Latin Academy placed on leave
The Boston School Department is investigating allegations of harassment, discrimination, and intimidation.
Voters aren’t eager for more charter schools
Voter support for more charter schools in Massachusetts appears to be weak, according to a new Boston Globe poll.
Horenstein’s images demonstrate a love of country
Henry Horenstein’s photographs in “Honky Tonk,” at Endicott College, celebrate country music.
Judge’s ruling favors Globe in Steward complaint
A judge ruled that Steward Health Care System has no right to see any reporting or records collected by Globe for an upcoming story.
Book traces lawmaker’s rise from Jim Crow South to Congress
Representative James E. Clyburn of South Carolina spoke in Boston recently about his new memoir.
‘Frank’ tries to get inside a singer’s head
The movie with Michael Fassbender in a giant papier-mache head is an entertaining curio with flashes of inspiration.
More tales of ‘Sin City’ in ‘A Dame to Kill For’
The fan-favorite Frank Miller yarn of the title is the one that gets long-form treatment, and it has cinematic juice.
In East Boston race, casino battle plays out once again
Celeste Ribeiro Myers is waging an uphill battle to unseat state Representative Carlo Basile in a campaign focused on gambling.
Think before you go to ‘If I Stay’
The limbo between life and death plays more like comedy than tragedy in this hackneyed adaptation of Gayle Forman’s popular YA novel.
George W. Bush not the first president to write about his dad, the president
John Quincy Adams started working on a biography of his father, John Adams, generations before George W. Bush’s project.
‘When the Game Stands Tall’ could stand some dramatic plays
The true story of northern California’s De La Salle Spartans makes for a structurally glitchy inspirational exercise.
Low marks for state on government transparency
A recent report ranks Massachusetts the 37th most transparent state when it comes to budgeting.
Pros in being conned in ‘Abuse of Weakness’
Catherine Breillat has transformed her worst experiences into one of her best films.
Searching for a lost son in ‘Siddharth’
In this wrenching, immersive tale, a father exposes his son to a perilous world.
A life best told between two covers in ‘Violette’
The film demonstrates how suffering produces great art, and that the artist isn’t the only one who suffers for it.
Style points for soapy ‘Breathless’
The new PBS “Masterpiece Mystery” series isn’t as sensitive or psychologically rich as “Mad Men.”
‘Intruders’: body snatching and head-scratching
The new supernatural BBC America series toggles between confusing and intriguing.