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Leslie Odom Jr.

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Leslie Odom Jr. of ‘Hamilton’ to sing with Pops on the Fourth

The Tony Award winner joins previously announced performers Andy Grammer and Melissa Etheridge as headliners of the extravaganza

State Park Police Sergeant Ryan Clancy rescued Skippy, a hunting hound-border collie mix.

Skippy the dog was trapped on a 400-foot cliff. Then came a cop with a rope

Skippy had gone missing in the park two days earlier.

Vermont governor sends back marijuana bill

Governor Phil Scott won’t sign off on recreational marijuana in his state and is sending the bill back to the legislature with suggestions for another path forward.

Love Letters

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Recipe: Soba noodles with peas, mint, and sesame dressing

A departure from same-old pasta salad, this refreshing dish is perfect at picnics and cookouts.

bottles

Drink beer and travel? Now THAT’S an intership!

Two friends from Massachusetts scored a $12,000 summer internship from World of Beer.

From the Bar

Something to sip outside with seafood, perhaps?

Try this perky French white at Lincoln Kitchen.

Ask Amy

Worker tries to cope with bullying boss

Advice from Amy Dickinson.

Former President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, go for a walk Monday during their visit to Siena, in the Tuscany region of Italy.

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The Obamas vacation under the Tuscan sun as the Trumps work abroad

The Obamas arrived in Italy over the weekend, and cameras have caught them doing all the fun stuff getaways are made of.

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CFO of Soup Nazi-inspired company indicted on tax charges

Robert N. Bertrand has been arrested on tax charges alleging he cheated the government out of a half million dollars.

People line up to buy stamps after the dedication of the US Postal Service's new Henry David Thoreau postage stamp Tuesday at Walden Pond in Concord.

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US Postal Service issues new Thoreau stamp at Walden Pond

A dedication ceremony took place Tuesday in Concord.

Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, meet with students at Chan's alma mater Quincy High School.

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Mark Zuckerberg and his wife visit Quincy High School

The Facebook CEO’s wife, Dr. Priscilla Chan, grew up in Quincy and was valedictorian of QHS’s Class of 2003.

First lady Melania Trump and President Trump step off Air Force One upon arrival at Rome's Fiumicino Airport Tuesday.

Melania refuses to hold Trump’s hand a second time

Hot off the flick seen around the world Monday, Melania Trump pulled a similar move in Italy Tuesday.

Epstein at Yale Class Day.

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Theo Epstein tells grads ‘character matters’

The Cubs president of baseball ops said, “Keep your heads up, and come together to connect and to rally around one another, especially those who need it the most.”

Perspective

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Commencement speaker wisdom

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Irene Li grills soft-shell crabs and wraps them in lettuce with fresh herbs, lime, and fish-sauce mayo.

Here’s what some of the city’s best chefs are grilling for Memorial Day

If you really want to get to know a chef, look no farther than the backyard barbecue

Bird sightings on Cape Cod

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Recipe: Grilled lamb burgers with tzatziki and spicy pickles

Adapted from Cultivar chef Mary Dumont, this recipe puts a flavorful spin on the classic hamburger.

Recipe: Grilled soft-shell crab lettuce wraps with fish-sauce mayonnaise

In this recipe adapted from Mei Mei chef Irene Li, a seasonal New England favorite pairs perfectly with Southeast Asian flavors.

You’ll flip for these tongs

They are the perfect grilling-season accoutrement.

Seasonal Recipes

Recipe: Roasted red pepper and almond dip

Pantry basics add up to an appealing hors d’oeuvre.

This cookout season’s alterna-condiment

Avonaise: Better than mayo?

The Davis Square Farmers’ Market

What to expect from this year’s farmers’ markets

When it comes to tomatoes, you’re going to have to be patient.

Chef Richard H. Turner, author of “Prime: The Beef Cookbook.”

Q&A

In praise of beef, and how to bring out its best

With “Prime: The Beef Cookbook,” chef Richard H. Turner lays out a meaty manifesto.

Chef Matt Lancaster at Hopewell Bar & Kitchen.

Cheap Eats

Comfort me with burgers at Hopewell Bar & Kitchen

The Allston spot has ambitions well beyond college-bar food.

The confident cook

When making linguine with clams, less is more

A streamlined list of very good ingredients makes for a very good dish.

Health agency spends more on travel than on AIDS

The World Health Organization has routinely spent about $200 million a year on travel expenses.

Singer Elvis Presley is pictured in this publicity photograph from his 1956 film

CELEBRITY NEWS

Jet owned by Elvis to be auctioned after sitting 30 years

It’s got red shag carpet, but no engines.

Julian Edelman looks unhappy about losing a video game to Dante Polito during a visit arranged by Make-A-Wish Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

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Julian Edelman makes Beverly boy’s wish come true

The Pats receiver hung out with 8-year-old Dante Polito thanks to Make-A-Wish Massachusetts and Rhode Island.

Love Letters

He’s bad at texting

I don’t know if I’m expecting too much by wanting him to reply, but I would probably be satisfied with an emoji or a one-word answer in response.

Tom Brady, David Blaine, and Gisele Bundchen in April.

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Remember when Tom Brady fed glass to David Blaine? Wait, there’s more.

Yes, Tom and Gisele watched the magician eat a piece of glass back in April, but you ain’t seen nothing yet.

Bob Vila (front right) with BAC president Glen LeRoy leading the college’s processional down Newbury Street to Old South Church.

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Bob Vila addresses BAC graduates

Boston Architectural College isn’t the largest commencement ceremony in the city, but that doesn’t mean the school doesn’t get a top-flight speaker.

Adam Sandler (right) with Dustin Hoffman at the Cannes Film Festival on Sunday.

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Adam Sandler earns raves at Cannes

The actor is the toast of the Cannes Film Festival. Yes, you read that right.

Comedian, author, and Internet sensation Lilly Singh.

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Lilly Singh, Tyler Oakley among big names at fall Under 30 Summit in Boston

The Forbes Under 30 Summit will return to Boston in October, this time with YouTube stars in tow.

Keeping the peace at the family retreat

Play nice, lawyer up, and get organized.

The home features a wraparound composite deck in the backyard.

home of the week

This Scituate ranch is just minutes from beach

You’ll get into a beachy mood as soon as you drive up to this three-bedroom home in Scituate.

Ask Amy

Family stuff is aired on Facebook, not in person

Advice from Amy Dickinson

Pippa Middleton (center) and her husband James Matthews (left) smile, after their wedding at St Mark's Church in Englefield, England Saturday. Middleton’s sister Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, (right), and her children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, were in the wedding party.

Pippa Middleton marries at almost-royal event

Middleton, the sister of Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge who is married to Prince William, married a wealthy financier Saturday.

David Ortiz in the final game of his career at Fenway Park.

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David Ortiz says he thinks ‘New York’ leaked his name in that 2009 PED report

“So who was the big guy in Boston? That was me . . . They were just trying to do what they did: Call the attention to someone else.”

The cast of Globe Live on stage at the Paramount Center on Friday night.

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‘Globe Live’ and its storytelling take center stage

A sellout crowd for the first-of-its-type event was treated to a multimedia experience that included photography, video, music, and song.

Volunteers are needed to help plant the Memorial Day Flag Garden on Boston Common.

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