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Why is oat milk suddenly so popular, and what’s it actually like?

After Swedish brand Oatly made inroads into the US, HP Hood brought its own oat milk to market. In Boston, baristas are having a hard time keeping cartons on hand.

At this Arlington pub, dozens of ‘Game of Thrones’ fans gather for one last episode

No one knows how the show will end, or even what to expect, but those familiar with the series’ sucker-punch twists are bracing themselves for the worst. an hour ago
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Dan Shaughnessy

The Legend of Michael Chavis continues

A dynamic force since he was called up from the minors last month, Chavis was once again a central figure in a Red Sox victory on Sunday. 3 hours ago
Sox snap Astros' 10-game win streak
Adrian Walker

From newcomer to graduation speaker: an immigrant’s story

Regis Lino-Kelly experienced serious culture shock when he arrived in Dorchester as a 5-year-old from Honduras. That didn’t stop him from realizing his dream of becoming an engineer.

Nancy Pelosi receives Profile in Courage Award

The California Democrat and House speaker said she was “speechless” about being honored. 2 hours ago

Deutsche Bank staff saw suspicious activity in Trump, Kushner accounts

The bank’s anti-money laundering specialists recommended in 2016 and 2017 that multiple transactions involving legal entities controlled by Donald Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, be reported to a federal financial-crimes watchdog.

It’s Amazon vs. Braintree in suit over delivery signage

The lawsuit could have broad implications for a booming business: getting stuff to your front door fast. 3 hours ago

Thomas Farragher
Sister Janet Eisner has been the heart and soul of Emmanuel College — for 40 years
With a blend of humanity and practicality, the college’s longtime president led the institition through some tough times. And she’s not done. 2 hours ago

Coming to Greater Boston: organ-carrying drones

An organ transplant team in Baltimore, which drew worldwide attention when a drone delivered a lifesaving kidney to its waiting patient, plans to test organ-carrying drones in metropolitan Boston.
Obituary

Freia David, who turned cooking french fries into an inspirational job, dies at 55

Ms. David, who was born with Down syndrome, worked the french fries station at the Needham McDonald’s for 32 years. an hour ago

Across the generations, a campaign emerges to counter age segregation

The movement seeks to buck a trend in which older and younger people are increasingly segregated in housing, work, and even spiritual life. 2 hours ago
Names

WCVB’s Randy Price injured in bike mishap

The longtime Channel 5 morning news anchor was treated at Portsmouth Regional Hospital.
CHESTO MEANS BUSINESS

Planned Seaplane service runs into choppy waters in Southie

Cape Air CEO Dan Wolf’s dream of bringing seaplane service to Boston Harbor is running into some turbulence: He still needs to stick the landing in South Boston.

Senator seeks probe of Chinese company making MBTA’s subway cars

Chuck Schumer wants the federal government to step in and investigate whether a Chinese state-owned company could pose a threat to national security.

Chelmsford mother is accidentally run over when 9-year-old son puts car in reverse

The 37-year-old woman was seriously injured when she got caught in the open driver’s-side door and dove for the brake pedal as the car rolled out of a North Road driveway.

Celebrity chef José Andrés calls fired N.H. cafeteria worker a ‘hero’

The plight of a fired school cafeteria worker in New Hampshire has caught the attention of award-winning chef José Andrés. 49 minutes ago
Fired school cafeteria worker offered job back

Traumatized ex-soldier died trying to ‘find peace’ on Appalachian Trail

On May 11, a Yarmouth man who had frightened others along the trail with his erratic behavior allegedly invaded the camp that Ronnie Sanchez Jr. and three others had set up.

Child diagnosed with measles in New Hampshire

Anyone who visited specified locations in Keene, N.H., should contact health care officials if they have not been immunized, officials said. an hour ago

College Commencements

BU student commencement speaker evokes MLK, urging graduates to ‘scream at the sky’
BU’s commencement started in drenching rain and ended in sunshine as more than 7,000 students in scarlet robes graduated on Nickerson Field. 3 hours ago

concerts

Five summer music festivals that span tastes and trends

From Boston Calling to Solid Sound to the Super Mega Ultra Giant Mad Decent Block Party, there’s plenty on offer for pop music fans.
movies

Oh, the horror (and drama and comedy) of summer

Summer 2019 is here to tell you that popular culture matters and it’s more digital than ever.
music

With just her voice and a cello, Helen Gillet has created a new vocabulary

The core of her work is solo performance with live looping, layering cello parts and vocal lines.

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Morehouse College’s commencement speaker says he’ll pay all of graduates’ student debt

Billionaire technology investor and philanthropist Robert F. Smith said he expected the graduates to “pay it forward.”
Red Sox CEO gifts Trinity College grads with game tickets

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sports

Kevin Paul Dupont

Here’s how Don Sweeney built the Bruins into Stanley Cup contenders

Sweeney made some shrewd moves among some missteps, but he may someday be best known as the GM who drafted Charlie McAvoy.

Moulton unveils national service education plan
The plan includes a guarantee of tuition assistance or job training benefits for young Americans who take part in national service.

the color of money | michelle singletary
Don’t keep debt around like it’s a Pet Rock
For many people, their debt has become like a Pet Rock. It has matured into a faithful companion that has been hanging around for years.

COLLEGE ADMISSION SCANDAL

He bought the fencing coach’s house. Then his son got into Harvard

The Needham house was assessed at $549,300, but sold for nearly a million dollars. The buyer, who never lived a day there, would sell it 17 months later at a substantial loss in what may become the next chapter in the national debate over fairness in college admissions.
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Know about college admissions wrongdoing? Tell us

In light of the recent college admissions scandal, we’re looking for the public’s help better understanding how families and students play the admissions game.