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Cleveland, OH: 5-25-18: The Cavaliers LeBron James (23) reacts after hitting a three pointer late in the game over the Celtics Jayson Tatum (0) to give Cleveland a 107-96 lead, on their way to a 109-99 victory. The Boston Celtics visited the Cleveland Cavaliers for Game Six of their NBA Eastern Conference Finals playoff series at the Quicken Loans Arena. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

Jim Davis/Globe Staff

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER

It took a royal performance from the King for Cavaliers to survive

There wasn’t much to feel good about for the Celtics on a lost night in Ohio. But they can click their sneakers together and chant, “There is no place like home.”

Boston, MA: 5-14-18: Home plate umpire Ben May, A's catcher Jonathan Lucroy and the Red Sox Hanley Ramirez line up to see if a bottom of the seventh inning fly ball to right field wil be fair or foul. It was fair and caught for the final out of the inning. The Boston hosted the Oakland Athletics in a regular season MLB baseball game at Fenway Park. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

Here’s what led to Red Sox’ decision to part ways with Hanley Ramirez

Ramirez was designated for assignment, meaning the team has seven days to trade or release him.

THOMAS FARRAGHER

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/05/10/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/tlumacki_bournecemeterykeeper421_metro.jpg Creating a resting place befitting a hero

Surgically correct. That’s been Bob Gardner’s workplace ethos since he first walked into the Massachusetts National Cemetery shortly after its dedication in 1980.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/05/24/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/istock_000043649450_medium_720-U84935131118lUB--90x90@BostonGlobe.com.jpg What ever happened to the Mass. cellphone ban for drivers?

A proposal to ban hand-held cellphone use while driving has strong public support and the backing of Governor Baker amid mounting concerns about surging traffic deaths.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2018/05/11/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/ryan_ferry2_met.jpg After an $18m overhaul, one Steamship Authority boat reeked of sewage. Then things got worse

The head of the Steamship Authority this week cast blame on a Rhode Island-based contractor for many of its mechanical failures.

The Nation

Teacher wounded tackling Indiana school shooter

By Rick Callahan

A male student armed with two handguns opened fire at a suburban Indianapolis middle school.

The World

Trump says North Korea summit may be rescheduled

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on a TV screen in Tokyo Friday. A North Korean official said they are open to talks.

By Peter Baker

The president’s statement was a stunning reversal just a day after he canceled the meeting.

Editorial & Opinion

EDITORIAL

For bike-sharing programs, it’s time to share

Boston, MA - 05/24/18 - For files. BLUEbikes docked on Drydock Avenue. Hubway bike share bikes have been rebranded

Getting cars off the road should be as easy as riding a bike.

Letters

A real game of political football

New Orleans Saints players kneel before the National Anthem before an NFL football game against the New York Jets in New Orleans, Sunday, Dec. 17, 2017. The players stood for the anthem. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

The National Football League’s new policy on standing for the national anthem has reignited the contoversy surrounding player protests.

Metro

After an $18m overhaul, one Steamship Authority boat reeked of sewage. Then things got worse

WOODS HOLE, MA - 5/11/2018: Steamship Authority ferry from Woods Hole to Marth's Vineyard (David L Ryan/Globe Staff ) SECTION: METRO TOPIC 11steamship

By Matt Rocheleau

The head of the Steamship Authority this week cast blame on a Rhode Island-based contractor for many of its mechanical failures.

THOMAS FARRAGHER

Creating a resting place befitting a hero

Robert Gardner stood outside the pavilion at the Massachusetts National Cemetery where a service was held for Air Force veteran Laurence Phillips. Gardner will help place the flowers and the casket into a truck to be transported to the burial plot nearby.

By Thomas Farragher

Surgically correct. That’s been Bob Gardner’s workplace ethos since he first walked into the Massachusetts National Cemetery shortly after its dedication in 1980.

What ever happened to the Mass. cellphone ban for drivers?

By Adam Vaccaro

A proposal to ban hand-held cellphone use while driving has strong public support and the backing of Governor Baker amid mounting concerns about surging traffic deaths.

Business & Tech

Homeland Security releases 15,000 additional H-2B visas

Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen M. Nielsen raised the cap on H-2B visas after determining there were not enough qualified US workers to meet the needs of American employers.

By Katie Johnston

New slots will bring some relief to employers facing a labor shortage on the Cape and Islands as the summer season begins.

Tech Lab

FBI warns consumers about malware aimed at Internet routers

If you haven’t got anything better to do this Memorial Day weekend, consider spending time with your home Internet router.

By Hiawatha Bray

The FBI is warning consumers about a nasty new malware attack that has infected about half a million devices in more than 50 countries.

You think Boston fans are sports mad? In India, more than 8m people watched a cricket match — on their phones

A cricket match that featured Faf Du Plessis of Chennai Super Kings on May 22 in India set a new record for live viewership on the Internet.

By Hiawatha Bray

Cambridge-based Akamai Technologies said the cricket match set a new record for live online viewership.

Obituaries

Dave Garcia, baseball lifer who made majors as manager, dies at 97

Don Zimmer, manager of the Texas Rangers, doffed the cap of Mr. Garcia as the Indians manager received a standing at the All-Star Game in Cleveland in 1981.

By Richard Sandomir

Mr. Garcia became one of the first Hispanics to become a major league manager.

Laszlo Tabori, elite distance runner who defected to US, dies at 86

Mr. Tabori beat Chris Chataway (left) and Brian Hewson to the finish line in London in 1955, becoming the third man to run a mile in under 4 minutes.

By Frank Litsky

In 1955, Mr. Tabori became the third man to run a mile in under 4 minutes.

Sports

CHRISTOPHER L. GASPER

It took a royal performance from the King for Cavaliers to survive

Cleveland, OH: 5-25-18: The Cavaliers LeBron James (23) reacts after hitting a three pointer late in the game over the Celtics Jayson Tatum (0) to give Cleveland a 107-96 lead, on their way to a 109-99 victory. The Boston Celtics visited the Cleveland Cavaliers for Game Six of their NBA Eastern Conference Finals playoff series at the Quicken Loans Arena. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

By Christopher L. Gasper

There wasn’t much to feel good about for the Celtics on a lost night in Ohio. But they can click their sneakers together and chant, “There is no place like home.”

Red Sox 6, Braves 2

Red Sox go deep to KO Braves

8Boston, MA - 5/25/2018 - (4th inning) Boston Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts (2) greets Boston Red Sox right fielder J.D. Martinez (28) at home plate after Martinez's solo home run in the fourth inning. Moments later Bogaerts duplicated the feat with one of his own in back to back home run's. The Boston Red Sox host the Atlanta Braves at Fenway Park. - (Barry Chin/Globe Staff), Section: Sports, Reporter: Julian Benbow, Topic: 26Red Sox-Braves, LOID: 8.4.2031464638.

By Julian Benbow

On a night when the Red Sox lineup cranked out four homers, it was the production from the bottom of the lineup that gave the home team the edge.

CELTICS NOTEBOOK

Cavaliers prevailed after losing Kevin Love to a head injury

Cleveland, OH: 5-25-18: The Cavaliers Kevin Love is attended to after he and the Celtics Jayson Tatum collided head to head in the first quarter. The Boston Celtics visited the Cleveland Cavaliers for Game Six of their NBA Eastern Conference Finals playoff series at the Quicken Loans Arena. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)

By Nora Princiotti

The Cleveland forward banged heads with Jayson Tatum in the first quarter and wasn’t able to return.

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Gary Washburn | on basketball

LeBron James, playing with desperation for now, was at his best in Game 6

By Gary Washburn

Red Sox notebook

More playing time coming Mitch Moreland’s way

By Julian Benbow

NICK CAFARDO | ON BASEBALL

Red Sox made a statement by trusting Alex Cora on this

By Nick Cafardo

ncaa women’s lacrosse

BC women’s lacrosse advances to NCAA title game

By Barbara Matson

COURTSIDE CHATTER

Cavaliers fans holding onto hope that LeBron James stays

By Nora Princiotti

CAVALIERS 109, CELTICS 99

LeBron James scores 46 points, helps Cavaliers force Game 7

By Adam Himmelsbach

Friday’s School Roundup

Nate Espelin helps Belmont baseball dominate Reading

By Matt Doherty

YANKEES 2, ANGELS 1

Yankees slip past Angels

By Ronald Blum

REVOLUTION AT WHITECAPS | SATURDAY, 5:30 (NBCSB)

Revolution start busy stretch with a road game at Vancouver

By Dan McLoone

Good Life

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My Instagram: Lisa Nichols

Lisa Nichols

By Robert Steiner

Meet the blogger behind Pork and Pints Boston.

A savvy couple, a dog — and lots of rugs

Lindsey and Josh Graziano, creators and owners of New England Loom, sell vintage rugs online with some help from their dog, Mowgli.

By Rachel Raczka

When Lindsey Graziano offered her post-wedding spoils up to her 800 Instagram followers, they were snatched up instantly and New England Loom was born.

TECH NOMAD

Microtasks and the future of very, very low-paid work

By Michael Andor Brodeur

Amazon’s Mechanical Turk and the slowly growing economy of chump change.

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TV Critic’s Corner

‘Hair’ is NBC’s next live musical

By Matthew Gilbert

obsession

Into the fold

By Marni Elyse Katz

love letters

She’s e-mailed more than 350 men

By Meredith Goldstein