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Joshua Prager is reviving the barn that Charles Hawthorne built to establish the Cape Cod School of Art in Provincetown.

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Raising Provincetown Barn to new heights

Writer Joshua Prager is working toward his dream of reviving the historic structure, which turned the area into an art colony.

Republican candidate for governor Charlie Baker.

Baker denies connection between donation, investment

Charlie Baker donated to the N.J. GOP months before a Chris Christie-controlled pension fund committed millions to a firm that lists Baker as a partner.

TelexFree owners charged with fraud

Authorities issued a warrant for the arrest of a co-owner who is now a fugitive and arrested another in Worcester.

During the presidential campaign, Mitt Romney proposed tying minimum wage to inflation.

Romney urges GOP to back minimum wage hike

“I part company with many of the conservatives in my party on the issue,” Mitt Romney said on MSNBC.

At the AARP convention in Boston this week, advisers helped participants navigate on tablets.

A new age for seniors is a golden opportunity for tech

At the AARP convention in Boston this week, thousands took a leap into the digital era.

The Nation

Romney urges GOP to back minimum wage hike

During the presidential campaign, Mitt Romney proposed tying minimum wage to inflation.

By Matt Viser

“I part company with many of the conservatives in my party on the issue,” Mitt Romney said on MSNBC.

GOP moves to reassert hold on campaigns

Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky, a potential presidential contender, publicly broke with the GOP on voting rights.

By Philip Elliott and Steve Peoples

The Republican National Committee took steps to end free-for-all presidential debates.

Obama fund-raises, issues a warning

After speaking about energy at a Walmart in Mountain View, Calif., on Friday, President Obama greeted his audience.

By Zachary A. Goldfarb

President Obama said that midterm losses for the Democrats would threaten his second-term priorities.

The World

Putin hails ‘return’ of Crimea amid celebration

Vladimir Putin attended an Orthodox service in St. Vladimir’s Cathedral in Sevastopol. He spoke before a crowd of thousands on a triumphant visit to Crimea.

By Vladimir Isachenkov and Ivan Sekretarev

President Vladimir Putin celebrated the annexation of Crimea as ‘‘historic justice’’ during a Victory Day display of patriotism.

US officers killed armed civilians in Yemeni capital

By Eric Schmitt

The civilians tried to kidnap the Americans while they were in a barber shop, US officials said

After rebels leave Homs, Syrians return to the destruction

By Albert Aji and Ryan Lucas

Hundreds returned to scenes of city blocks pounded into an apocalyptic vista of hollow facades of blown-out buildings.

Editorial & Opinion

opinion | H.D.S. Greenway

In Far East and Russia, the past is never far behind

Russian President Vladimir Putin went to Crimea on Friday for the first time since Russia annexed the peninsula from Ukraine in March.

By H.D.S. Greenway

The narrative of warring neighbors shows how history can affect the present.

opinion | MIKE ROSS

Food truck obsession? It’s all in our heads

Carly Poh takes orders in the Stoked Pizza Co. truck on its second day.

By Mike Ross

Food trucks create an experience that offers something new and exciting.

editorial

Justina Pelletier: A breakthrough, and a path forward

Any kind of cooperation would represent a welcome change from the unfortunate way this case has played out so far.

Metro

Baker denies connection between donation, investment

Republican candidate for governor Charlie Baker.

By Frank Phillips and Jim O’Sullivan

Charlie Baker donated to the N.J. GOP months before a Chris Christie-controlled pension fund committed millions to a firm that lists Baker as a partner.

Raising Provincetown Barn to new heights

Joshua Prager is reviving the barn that Charles Hawthorne built to establish the Cape Cod School of Art in Provincetown.

By Geoff Edgers

Writer Joshua Prager is working toward his dream of reviving the historic structure, which turned the area into an art colony.

Judge clears way for Fisher to be put on GOP gubernatorial primary ballot

Mark Fisher.

By Stephanie Ebbert

A judge accepted the Mass. Republican Party’s offer to certify Mark Fisher’s candidacy for the gubernatorial primary.

More Stories

Gambling panel needs shakeup, critics contend

By Meghan E. Irons and Andrew Ryan

LEOMINSTER

Suspect arrested in hit-and-run that injured Leominster teen

By Juan Esteban Cajigas Jimenez

LOWELL

Lowell man faces arson charges after two fires

By Jacqueline Tempera

Business

A new age for seniors is a golden opportunity for tech

At the AARP convention in Boston this week, advisers helped participants navigate on tablets.

By Michael B. Farrell

At the AARP convention in Boston this week, thousands took a leap into the digital era.

TelexFree owners charged with fraud

James Merrill.

By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey and Erin Ailworth

Authorities issued a warrant for the arrest of a co-owner who is now a fugitive and arrested another in Worcester.

Mass. Life Sciences Center chief steps down

Susan Windham-Bannister called job great honor.

By Priyanka Dayal McCluskey

Susan Windham-Bannister spearheaded $500 million of public investment in life sciences research and manufacturing.

Obituaries

Farley Mowat, 92; Canadian writer devoted to environment

Mr. Mowat was turned away from the US border in 1985 under a now-defunct law banning political subversives.

By Ian Austen

Mr. Mowat became a champion of wildlife and native Canadian rights, and a sharp critic of environmental abuse.

Butler Derrick, 77; longtime S.C. congressman

From left, John Lewis, Butler Derrick, Barbara Kennelly, and Steny Hoyer in the House of Representatives.

By Adam Bernstein

Mr. Derrick won election to the US House as a ‘‘Watergate baby’’ from the class of 1974, and worked to preserve his state’s fraying textile industry.

Colin Pillinger, 70; scientist sought to explore Mars

Dr. Pillinger with a model of the Beagle 2 probe in 2003.

By Jill Lawless

Mr. Pillinger captured the popular imagination with his failed attempt to land a British probe on the red planet.

Sports

Rangers 8, Red Sox 0

Red Sox narrowly avoid being no-hit by Yu Darvish

Rangers starting pitcher Yu Darvish released a pitch during the sixth inning. Darvish dominated the Red Sox, allowing just one hit on the night.

By Peter Abraham

David Ortiz’s single with two out in the ninth inning was the only hit allowed all night by Darvish, the Rangers’ ace.

Kevin Paul Dupont

In clash of styles, Bruins find a new weapon

Bruins goal-scorer Matt Fraser (25) was at the center of the postgame celebration.

By Kevin Paul Dupont

Game 4 hero Matt Fraser may have helped tip the balance of power the Bruins’ way in their series vs. Montreal.

Choosing sides on Bruins-Canadiens at the border

Derek and Jamie Wells, who literally live on the border, are also divided when it comes to rooting interests in the Bruins-Canadiens series. Stan Grossfeld, Globe Staff

By Stan Grossfeld

Up along the US-Canada border in Vermont, the passion for hockey runs deep. But are there more Bruins fans or Canadiens fans in these parts?

G: Family

Are you turning into your mother?

By Beth Teitell

Women recall tender, funny — and cringeworthy — times when they realized their behavior was strikingly familiar.

Television Review

‘Rosemary’s Baby’ takes a very long nap

Zoe Saldana stars as Rosemary in the NBC miniseries “Rosemary’s Baby.”

By Sarah Rodman

Reimagining of “Rosemary’s Baby” falls short of spooky chills, as the pretty but sluggish NBC miniseries never locates any devilish charm.

stage review

Vivid ‘Sontag’ evokes writer’s restless spirit

Moe Angelos in “Sontag: Reborn.”

By Don Aucoin

“Sontag: Reborn,’’ a production by the Builders Association, is the second powerful solo show about a multifaceted woman at ArtsEmerson in the past month.