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David Filipov

David Filipov is a digital-first Living/Arts reporter for BostonGlobe.com, covering the latest in lifestyle, arts and culture. Previously, he was Moscow Bureau chief, reporting extensively in the former Soviet Union, Afghanistan and Iraq. As a Metro reporter and editor, he contributed to the Globe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of the Boston Marathon Bombings.

Latest stories

A UFO coverup? Director of new film is a believer.

By , Globe Staff

Keith Arem will present his new film “The Phoenix Incident” at the Boston Science Fiction Film Festival on Thursday.

Art Institute of Chicago rents out Van Gogh’s bedroom on Airbnb

By , Globe Staff

The room is a stunningly accurate representation of the artist’s “The Bedroom,” an 1889 work.

Last tweets from candidates as N.H. voters head to polls

By , Globe Staff

On primary day, presidential candidates took to Twitter to make their last pitches to voters.

Super Bowl musings on a snowy day in Boston

By , Globe Staff

What else can a Patriots fan do but set his thoughts to the Nationwide jingle?