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Editorial cartoon: Physician-aided suicide

By Dan Wasserman

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Belmont at home with Romneys

Grant Bennett said Mitt Romney takes his church responsibilities seriously.

By Evan Allen

The quiet community where Mitt Romney has lived since 1971 has gotten used to the commotion of his celebrity, and many people in town have a Romney story.

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Celtics lose home opener to Bucks

Larry Sanders and the Bucks had a lot of easy looks against the Celtics, who suffered their second double-digit beating.

By Frank Dell’Apa

A 99-88 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday night was the Celtics’ second successive double-figure defeat.

David Ortiz, Red Sox reach deal

David Ortiz, who turns 37 on Nov. 18, has been with the Red Sox since 2003.

By Peter Abraham

The designated hitter agreed on Friday night to a two-year contract worth $26 million. Incentives could bring the total value to $30 million.

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Stage Review

‘Chicago,’ Christie Brinkley running low on electricity

Christie Brinkley stars as Roxie Hart in the touring production of “Chicago.”

By Don Aucoin

The former supermodel plays Roxie in the touring production of “Chicago’’ that is showing through Nov. 4 at the Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre.

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Wahlbergs sue former business partner

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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David Gergen and daughter at the MFA

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein

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Aerosmith to play Monday on Comm. Ave.

By Mark Shanahan and Meredith Goldstein