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Boston's best breakfast spots
Here is where to head to in and around the Hub for the most important meal of the day.
Brunches around Boston | French toast options
Dining Out reviews | Cheap eats in the area
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SPORTS
BLUE JAYS 7, RED SOX 3
Bard off to decent start despite loss
Pitcher Daniel Bard went 5-plus innings and threw fastballs and sliders at will in a losing effort.
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Body found this morning in Chestnut Hill Reservoir
A passerby spotted the unidentified body around 8 a.m. in the reservoir police searched in February for missing Boston College student Franco Garcia. (Globe, 9:41 a.m.)
2/27 Reservoir searched for missing BC student
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Francona wants no part of Fenway anniversary party
Terry Francona is still smarting from the way his relationship with the Red Sox ended last fall, and he'll skip next week's celebration. (Globe)
PICTURES
Changes to the Fenway neighborhood
Fenway Park - which turns 100 in 2012 - may remain a fixture in time, but the neighborhood around it has been evolving. Check out new developments and additions.
Indonesia issues new tsunami alert
Following an earlier 8.6-magnitude quake, Indonesia has now issued a fresh tsunami warning after an 8.2 aftershock shook its western coast. (AP, 8:59 a.m.)
Rick Santorum ends campaign
Rick Santorum's decision allows Mitt Romney to start
the healing process from a divisive primary while also appealing to independents for the general election. (Globe)
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Menino budget would add employees
Mayor Thomas M. Menino and Boston's fiscal good fortune are due to a decline in health costs and 2011's deal for unions to pay a larger share of premiums. (Globe)
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Liberty Mutual’s $50m
CEO pay stands out
Edmund F. “Ted’’ Kelly earned an average of nearly $50 million a year from 2008 to 2010, making him one of the highest-paid corporate executives in the US.
UMass studies fuel debate on defense
Two University of Massachusetts institutes have found themselves at opposite sides of a broiling debate over cutting the Pentagon budget.
OPINION | JEFF JACOBY
Augusta National’s business
A free society values freedom of association — including having men-only golf clubs.
DINING OUT
Sushi spots fill neighborhoods’ gaps
The diverse menus of Fuji 1546 in Kendall Square and Moko in South Boston have found high demand.
G FORCE
Feeding frenzy at Fenway Park
As the Red Sox return to Fenway on Friday for the season opener against the Rays, the ballpark’s executive chef comes home as well.
An old farm sprouts new premises
A new 9,000-square-foot farm stand, three times the size of its predecessor, has emerged on the corner of Forest Street and busy Central Avenue in Needham.
TV REVIEW
‘Apartment 23’ is a home for laughs
The ABC sitcom is more than your average “friends in New York get up to hilarious hijinks” fare.
HEALTH & WELLNESS
PICTURES
Marathon nutrition tips
With runners are making final preparations for the 26.2-mile Boston Marathon next week, we wondered what these runners should eat?
Is running healthy?
Exercise quantity versus quality | Plastic surgery relieves migraines | Obesity in pregnancy may increase autism
Marathon nutrition tips | Are fat baseball players a problem? | Too much red meat dangerous?
Study: Fat gene may predict protection against diabetes |Antibiotics: Too much of a good thing
NEWS
Kofi Annan seeks
Iran's help in Syria crisis
Special envoy Kofi Annan said today that Iran could help solve the crisis in Syria, where activists reported fresh violence a day before an international cease-fire is supposed to take effect.
WORLD Bombs kill NATO soldier, local Afghan official  |  Philippines, China commit to diplomacy in standoff
NATION Attorneys say Zimmerman is isolated, stressed out | Manson likely a no show for his parole hearing
WORLD Sudan says battles raging on border with S. Sudan  |  Tunisia marks 10 years since synagogue bomb
POLITICS
Economic uncertainty will play
a key role in presidential tilt
A former Mitt Romney adviser said Tuesday that economic uncertainty makes President Obama vulnerable in his bid for reelection, but he stopped short of predicting a Romney victory.
Santorum has taken plenty of potshots at Romney | New Hampshire Senate voting on anti-union bill
N. Korea's Kim Jong Un named to new top party post  |  Aung San Suu Kyi meets with Myanmar's president
MORE ON THE GOP PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES Gingrich  |  Paul  |  Romney  |  Delegate tracker
BUSINESS
Deciphering financial aid decisions
April is college decision time for many students and families across Massachusetts. Acceptance letters have been received and now the hard part begins – deciphering the financial aid awards.
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Head of regional Fed bank favors further openness  |  Army lab to develop energy-saving technology  |  Recalls
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
TELEVISION REVIEW
‘Apartment’ a home for laughs
Familiar sitcom tropes do pop up, including wacky neighbors and two roommates who start out at odds. But “Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23” pushes all of those familiar concepts to new, and often hilarious, limits.
DANCING WITH THE STARS Sherri Shepherd leaves the dance floor  |  PICTURES Boston's best breakfast spots
'Simpsons' creator: Real Springfield is in Oregon  |  MOVIE REVIEW ‘Painting’ as only Richter can
CELEB RELATIONSHIPS Ricki Lake marries | Green Day to induct GNR into Rock Hall | Vote for funniest flicks
LIFESTYLE
PICTURES
Tips to keep wedding costs down
Even on your special day, there's nothing wrong with being a bit frugal. Try these 10 ways to save on your big day without sacrificing your dream wedding.
LOVE LETTERS Her friends hang out with her ex  |  An ex or a new love?  |  Turns out, he had a girlfriend
CHOW DOWN BEANTOWN Z Rant at ZuZu: Breakfast of champions | DISHING Pret a Manger coming to Boston
Fitness gear roundup: Editor's picks | Tracking your health? There's an app for that
TRAVEL
Ten family-friendly trips
Spring is in the air, meaning it won't be long until you start packing the car up for a family vacation. Take a trip through some kid-friendly family getaway spots across the nation.
PICTURES Titanic travel destinations  |  PICTURES Titanic cruise retraces original route
PACK UP Survey reveals nearly half of Americans skip vacation  |  How to eat lobster
PICTURES Bill Rodgers's favorite places to run in New England  |  Attractions along the Boston Marathon route
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MOMS April vacation activities for kids  |  SNACK GIRL The skinny on light beer
CHILD CARING Stress can bring on sleep disturbance  |  Stories to Inspire
SUBMIT Your plump pets  |  Boston Marathon moms  |  Your smiling dogs  |  Your newborns
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Upcoming road races
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In honor of the Boston Marathon on April 16, we look at some upcoming local foot races that will have you hitting the pavement.
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