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Clouds floated above guests visiting the Ice Castles at dusk.

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A look at the awe-inspiring Ice Castles in New Hampshire

Ice Castles in Woodstock, N.H., which is made of 25,000 tons of ice using millions of gallons of water, expects 160,000 guests this year.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2019/03/09/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/Walker_030819_09kendricprice_25631x.jpg Shooting leaves a loss beyond measure

It was all coming together for Kendric Price — the 32-year-old who was killed last week in Dorchester down the street from the house where he grew up — his mother says. Now it’s gone.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2019/02/15/BostonGlobe.com/Business/Images/wiggs_Podcast_02.jpg Big money is flowing into podcasts. Here’s what that could mean for Boston

A robust public media scene and active community of indie producers have made the region a center of growth.

Elizabeth Warren would break up big tech companies

Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke in Iowa last week.

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The Massachusetts Democrat called the largest technology companies anti-competitive behemoths that are crowding out competition.

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2019/02/22/BostonGlobe.com/Metro/Images/turner110118METRO28bishops25-26417.jpg Archdiocese to set up reporting system for abuse by top church officials

The archdiocese of Boston will set up a third-party system that will allow people to report misconduct by a cardinal, bishop, or auxiliary bishop in the archdiocese.

HELP DESK

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2019/03/06/BostonGlobe.com/Lifestyle/Images/AdobeStock_171331489.jpeg How to get your digital affairs in order

What will happen to your e-mail, e-books, and Facebook after you die? Well, that’s up to you. It’s time to set up a digital estate plan.

The Nation

Elizabeth Warren would break up big tech companies

Senator Elizabeth Warren spoke in Iowa last week.

By Jess Bidgood

The Massachusetts Democrat called the largest technology companies anti-competitive behemoths that are crowding out competition.

House passes Democrats’ ‘For The People’ anti-corruption bill, contains acts jabbing at Trump

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), joined by House Democrats, speaks during a news conference about the For the People Act, or H.R. 1, outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington, March 8, 2019. The House is scheduled to vote on Friday on the sweeping anticorruption and voting rights bill, which now features a raft of amendments — including implicit rebukes of President Donald Trump. (Tom Brenner/The New York Times)

By Catie Edmondson

The House passed Democrats’ centerpiece legislation on Friday, a sweeping bill that focusing on ensuring voting rights, keeping government officials accountable for their spending, and keeping big money out of politics. Critics say it is designed to keep Democratic politicians in office.

Trump misquotes Manafort judge, claims he declared there was ‘no collusion’

FILE - In this May 23, 2018 file photo, Paul Manafort, President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, leaves the Federal District Court after a hearing in Washington. A judge has set a March 8, 2019, sentencing date for Manafort on his Virginia conviction for hiding millions of dollars from the IRS that he earned advising Ukrainian politicians. The order issued Thursday, Feb. 21 by U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III means Manafort will face sentencing in Virginia before he does in the District of Columbia. His sentencing in the District has already been set for March 13. (AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana, File)

By Eileen Sullivan

Trump twisted the words of judge T.S. Ellis on Friday, tweeting that the judge had found that there was ‘no collusion’ between Trump and Russia. However, what the judge actually said was that he wasn’t sentencing Manafort over anything to do with Russia, but a series of unrelated crimes.

The World

Scuffles erupt at Jerusalem holy site over women’s praying

Thousands of ultra-Orthodox Jews have attempted to prevent a liberal Jewish women’s group from praying at a key Jerusalem holy site, leading to a tense confrontation between protesters and police.

North Korea admits summit with Trump was a failure

FILE - In this Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2019, file photo, U.S. President Donald Trump shakes hands with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Hanoi. Trump said he walked away from his second summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un because Kim demanded the U.S. lift all of its sanctions, a claim that North Korea's delegation called a rare news conference in the middle of the night to deny. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci, File)

By Choe Sang-hun

For the first time since the summit between the United States and North Korea, which yielded no results for either side, North Korea has addressed the failure, pointing fingers at the U.S. and Japan.

S. Korea, US sign deal on Seoul paying more for US military

By Hyung-Jin Kim

South Korea and the U.S. on Friday formally signed a deal on Seoul’s increased payment for the U.S. troop deployment, amid worries about the future of the countries’ decades-long military alliance.

Editorial & Opinion

Editorial

Manafort’s sentence is a joke. Next judge needs to be harsher

The light sentence, so far below guidelines, left legal observers aghast.

Letters

Tiptoeing into the Democratic scrum

Cristian Gomez of Lincoln, Neb., and Lisa Heineman of Grand Island arrive early for an election rally by Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt, in Council Bluffs, Iowa, Thursday, March 7, 2019. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

From Biden to Warren to O’Rourke to Harris, readers wonder who will ascend in the run-up to 2020.

Metro

Is Bernie Sanders a Democrat? It’s complicated

Senator Bernie Sanders.

By James Pindell

As Sanders begins his second campaign for president — including his first trip to New Hampshire this weekend — he continues to contend with his party affiliation, or lack thereof.

A Boston doctor pleaded with CVS to change its on-hold music. Now his wish may be coming true.

A CVS pharmacy location in Manhattan.

By Steve Annear

Dr. Steven Schlozman penned a letter bemoaning the melody. After his complaint went viral, the company said plans have been underway to enhance the phone system — including the tune.

Elizabeth Warren would break up big tech companies

By Jess Bidgood

The Massachusetts Democrat called the largest technology companies anti-competitive behemoths that are crowding out competition.

Business & Tech

Big money is flowing into podcasts. Here’s what that could mean for Boston

Heather Foley recorded an episode of “Caught Up” at the Podcast Garage in Allston.

By Andy Rosen

A robust public media scene and active community of indie producers have made the region a center of growth.

Chesto Means Business

GE’s would-be HQ tower could be turned into labs

An architect’s rendering depicted what GE’s 12-story tower would have looked like along the Fort Point Channel.

By Jon Chesto

General Electric’s brokers at CBRE began circulating an offering memorandum this week to pitch GE’s future headquarters site to potential buyers. Among the options floated: lab space.

At Harvard, WW chief highlights value of risk

Mindy Grossman, CEO of WW, told her audience that getting ahead requires taking chances.

By Max Reyes

Mindy Grossman described herself as a “transformer” during an appearance at Harvard University.

Obituaries

‘Airwolf’ actor Jan-Michael Vincent dies

Mr. Vincent’s breakout role was in “The Winds of War.”

By Adam Bernstein

Mr. Vincent was a golden boy of Hollywood action films before starring in the TV series in the 1980s.

John Shafer, who made triumphant leap into winemaking, dies at 94

John Shafer (right) helped arrange for his region of Napa Valley to be designated a distinct viticultural area.

By Sam Roberts

Mr. Shafer abandoned a career as a Chicago publishing executive to join the vanguard of a new generation of vintners in Napa Valley.

Imprisoned mobster Carmine ‘The Snake’ Persico dead at 85

Carmine ‘‘The Snake’’ Persico in 1980.

Mr. Persico was the longtime boss of the infamous Colombo crime family and had been serving what was effectively a life sentence.

Sports

US women’s national soccer team players sue for equal pay

TAMPA, FLORIDA - MARCH 05: The USA Women's National team poses before a game against Brazil during the She Believes Cup at Raymond James Stadium on March 05, 2019 in Tampa, Florida. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

By Anne M. Peterson

The players allege that they have been subject to ongoing ‘‘institutionalized gender discrimination.’’

Here’s what it’s like to try the winter sport of curling

Co-op/correspondent Jenna Ciccotelli at the Broomstones Curling Club in Wayland for 08curling. (Handout)

By Jenna Ciccotelli

Ahead of the College National Championship being held at Broomstones in Wayland, our reporter gave the sports a try.

MIAA GIRLS’ HOCKEY TOURNAMENT

Lauren Adams’s hat trick boosts Andover

By Jenna Ciccotelli

The fourth-seeded Golden Warriors defeated fifth-seeded Franklin.

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MIAA BOYS’ BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

Newton North holds off Mansfield to rule Division 1 South

By Jake Levin

MIAA GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT ROUNDUP

Braintree shuts down Needham, wins D1 South girls’ basketball crown

By Nate Rollins

JIM McBRIDE | BEAT WRITER’S NOTEBOOK

NFL Network analyst Charley Casserly ripped Kyler Murray for no good reason

By Jim McBride

RED SOX SPRING TRAINING REPORT

Darwinzon Hernandez has another strong outing for Red Sox

By Alex Speier

MIAA BOYS’ BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT

Newton North holds off Mansfield to rule Division 1 South

By Jake Levin

Good Life

20 years after ‘Speak,’ Laurie Halse Anderson is ready to ‘Shout’

“I was a very angry woman, what with the culture. And I started writing,” Anderson says about “Shout.”

By Lillian Brown

The author of the important YA book returns with the story of her own sexual assault when she was a teenager.

tech nomad

Online, yet another thing you can’t take at face value

By Michael Andor Brodeur

The newest most untrustworthy thing on the Internet also happens to be the very feature we once depended on to verify actual humanity on the other end of the tubes: your face.

REBECCA PACHECO

We all want to be more resilient. What if we already are?

Children scooting in Boston in the summer of 2016.

By Rebecca Pacheco

Learning something new, weathering life changes, surviving grief — it can all feel hard. Too hard. We wish we could better cope. But sometimes in just doing the work, we’re handling it all just fine.

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TV Critic’s Corner

John Mayer song ‘Heart of Life’ inspires an ABC pilot

By Matthew Gilbert

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Daniel Benayun

By Jenni Todd

Obsession

At Bija Essence, she’s got the touch

By Marni Elyse Katz

love letters

I don’t know if she has feelings for me

By Meredith Goldstein