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Paul Cellucci, former Mass. governor, dies at 65

Paul Cellucci, governor from 1997 to 2001, never lost an election. He died at 65 Saturday of Lou Gehrig’s disease.

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The Hudson native, who rose from a smalltown selectman to become governor and ambassador to Canada, died Saturday after a battle with Lou Gehrig’s disease.

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David E. Pritchard has dedicated his life to physics, conducting pioneering work in atom optics and mentoring Nobel Prize winners at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Angels, 1st: 9-5 | Red Sox, 2nd: 7-2

Red Sox split doubleheader with Angels

David Ortiz watched the flight of his two-run home run in the sixth inning of the Red Sox’ 9-5 win in the nightcap.

By Julian Benbow

David Ortiz powered the Red Sox in a 9-5 win in the nightcap after the bullpen lost its way in the opener.

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How Boston changes in summer — by the numbers

By Leon Neyfakh

Each June, a bustling student metropolis gives way to a warmer, sleepier city. Here’s a look at the anatomy of the change.

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Paul Cellucci, former Mass. governor, dies at 65

Paul Cellucci, governor from 1997 to 2001, never lost an election. He died at 65 Saturday of Lou Gehrig’s disease.

By Bella English and Frank Phillips

The Hudson native, who rose from a smalltown selectman to become governor and ambassador to Canada, died Saturday after a battle with Lou Gehrig’s disease.

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Children's Museum

Playtime is elusive, but also essential

Violet O’Connell, 3, of Jamaica Plain has a blast onahand-powered cycle.

By Kara Baskin

Boston Children’s Museum is celebrating its 100th anniversary this summer and fall with themed exhibits and special events honoring the Power of Play.

1913-2013: The evolution of play

Kids in the Grandmother’s Attic room at the Children’s Museum in 1974.

By Andrew Doerfler

In the 100 years since the Boston Children’s Museum opened with the goal of providing a place for playful learning, a slew of different ways to play have been handed to kids.

Bored teens forced a strategy change

Charlotte Fitch of Lowell was fascinated by pinwheels at the museum a few years ago.

By Alison Lobron

In the last half century, the museum’s core audience has grown steadily younger, reflecting a shift in the lives of American adolescents.

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Beverly Beckham

Celebrating life, just like Mom

By Beverly Beckham

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