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Mario Batali’s arrival in Boston seems to cement the Innovation District’s transformation from grit to glitz.
The two-level shop will operate largely in a space previously occupied by Filene’s Basement in Downtown Crossing.
The online music reviewer will host an evening of music chatter, both serious and lighthearted.
The Portland program uses storytelling to foster personal and artistic growth in young people, many from refugee and immigrant families.
Protesters in Northwest Baltimore looted stores, set fires, and pelted police in riot gear with rocks Monday, hours after Freddie Gray, the black man who has become the nation’s latest symbol of police brutality, was laid to rest amid emotional calls for justice and peace.
At least 15 police were injured and two were hospitalized.
A Boston-based rescue service for international travelers said it would send helicopters and medical teams to Mount Everest.
Three days after Nepal’s worst earthquake in 80 years, the official death toll had risen to more than 4,000, and humanitarian aid was starting to flow to the capital.
Katmandu’s airport had been so overloaded by aid and passenger planes that incoming flights sat for hours on the runway.
The desperate effort to save lives in earthquake-ravaged Nepal intensified Monday as aid flights arrived carrying emergency medical teams, search-and-rescue equipment and tarpaulins for shelter.
Boston City Councilor Matt O’Malley suggested the program could be funded through a partnership with a sunscreen maker.
Photography shows at the Fruitlands Museum look at Afghanistan and man exploiting nature.
The moderate global warming that has already occurred as a result of human emissions is responsible for about 75 percent of daily heat extremes and about 18 percent of precipitation extremes, scientists reported Monday.
The Obama administration moved on two fronts Monday to advance its nuclear diplomacy with Iran, with talks between top US and Iranian diplomats and an aggressive effort to sell the emerging deal to skeptical American lawmakers and others.
Until she flips that equation, the former secretary of state can’t run the campaign she wants to run.
Beloved ‘90s Britpop quartet, Blur, stage a strong reunion on its new album “The Magic Whip,” out Tuesday April 28.
The victim had submitted a letter saying the incident, which was recorded and distributed on social media, was consensual.
Amid a growing national debate over police use of force, the Supreme Court struggled Monday with a related question of claims of excessive force against jail officials by people who are accused but not yet convicted of crimes.
Ukraine’s president said at a high-level summit with European Union officials Monday that his country will be able to meet conditions to apply for EU membership within five years.
So long as the definers of age keep moving the goalpost, boomers may never have to grow old.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has shown off Boston’s emergent culinary scene to international dignitaries, including the prime minister of Japan.
A prosecutor declared Monday that two mental health evaluations found Colorado theater gunman James Holmes to be sane. It was the first public word on what different psychiatrists determined after examining the former neuroscience student accused of killing 12 people and wounding 70 at a midnight ‘‘Batman’’ premiere.
A senior Iranian general said Monday that the leadership of Saudi Arabia, a regional rival, was on the edge of collapse and would be toppled soon, “God willing.”
Saudi-led bombardments on Yemen are “shameless and rude and an affront to all Islamic values,” said General Mohammad Ali Jafari.