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Son of one of Saugus victims arrested in double murder   
Harvard, MIT in $60m online partnership
The universities will offer free online courses under the superbrand “edX,” making them major players in the burgeoning online education sector. 
One woman identified in Saugus deaths
A 54-year-old Lynn woman was named as one of two women found behind an elementary school in a double killing that unnerved residents. 
Second victim expected to be identified today
Video: Two bodies found
Map: Location of school
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BOB RYAN
Paul Pierce gives Celtics a game for the ages
When history examines Celtics playoff performances, Pierce’s output in Game 2 against the Hawks will stand out as one of the best. 
Celtics topple Hawks, even series
Greenway board looks to new sources for funding
The nonprofit that manages the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway is seeking contributions from private sources as it faces the possible end of state funding.
Mitt Romney mum on how to regulate big banks
If elected, Romney is pledging to repeal the Dodd-Frank financial regulations, but he hasn’t said how he would regulate Wall Street to prevent another financial crisis. 
BRIAN MCGRORY
At Liberty Mutual, accounting to no one
Phantom stock and phony options still add up to nearly $200 million, all of which Ted Kelly took out of Liberty Mutual in his last four years as chief executive. 
Restaurateur finds big success with small details
Boston restaurant impresario Ed Kane, Inc. Magazine’s fourth-fastest growing private business owner in the US, has become a case study for how to beat the odds. 
GEM Restaurant & Lounge opens in Downtown Crossing
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You and a guest can attend this lecture with Boston Globe videographer Darren Durlach as he talks about the art of videography. 
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Red Sox offense cooled off by A’s
Sox starter Felix Doubront cast some doubt on his future, lasting only four innings against the light-hitting A’s on a wet and cold night.
Bench players stepped up for the Celtics
Celtics topple Hawks, even series
Spygate lingers as controversial topic for Patriots
Jonathan Fanene happy to be with Patriots
Veteran goalie Matt Reis near milestone
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Patrick rips Ariz., Ala. immigrant legislation
Using his strongest language yet, Governor Deval Patrick lambasted immigration laws adopted by Arizona and Alabama.
One woman identified in Saugus deaths
Murder suspect, allegedly heading to Mass., arrested in La.
Details of N.H. police chief’s killing emerge
Mass. health centers awarded $34m
Advocates find three cities overuse arrests at schools
Columnists
Arts
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THEATER
‘Porgy and Bess’ gets 10 Tony Award nominations
The revival of the George Gershwin classic, which began in Cambridge, was second only to “Once.”
Welcome to their imaginary world
Boston LGBT Film Festival as diverse as culture it celebrates
‘Against Wind and Tide’ by Anne Morrow Lindbergh
What’s on TV tonight: Critic’s corner for Wednesday, May 2
‘Maestro’ taps into sadness of Leonard Bernstein
Politics
Second Brown committee lures financial sector funds
Senator Scott Brown has used a joint fund-raising committee to collect $2.9 million in political donations, nearly half of which came from the nation’s financial sector.
President Obama lauds Elizabeth Warren in new Senate campaign commercial
Scott Brown touting bipartisanship as he seeks reelection to US Senate
Warren’s ancestry raises question: Who is a minority job candidate?
Why does Mass. produce so many presidential nominees?
What Scott Brown’s and Elizabeth Warren’s tax returns show
Business
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Liberty Mutual isn’t alone in using phantom stock
So-called phantom stock programs are used by many large private companies to recruit and retain talented executives, industry executives say.
Rockland Trust strikes $54m deal for bank
Jessica Alba in Cambridge for venture capital firm
Globe’s paid circulation up for first time since 2004
Greenway board looks to new sources for funding
Poultry prices jump as more develop taste for dark meat
Nation & World
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Blind activist fears for his safety, wants to leave China
Chen Guangcheng says a US official told him that Chinese authorities threatened to beat his wife to death had he not left the American Embassy.
N.Y. man convicted in subway bombing plot
Deaths in Calif. races bring search for answers
Former aide’s wife critical of John Edwards
As News Corp. boss, Murdoch is called unfit
World workers express anger, gloom on May Day
Food & dining
Thanks to ‘Mad Men,’ baked Alaska is back on menus
Baked Alaska was all the rage for a time. But as quickly as it flamed up, it soon disappeared. Now it’s back.
Boston Bacon and Beer Festival raises $20,000 for hunger relief
Latin accents spice up old flavors in Louisville, Kentucky
KFC fined $8m in Sydney food poisoning
Authentic Calabrian cooking at Trattoria della Nonna
Kittery, Maine: Where everything fits an appetite
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“The guy pays attention to detail like nobody’s business. And in this industry . . . details can make or break you.”
Joe Kane,  on older brother and restaurateur Ed Kane
Magazine
Opinion
“This election demonstrates yet again that Massachusetts produces a perpetual parade of presidential prospects.”
Scot Lehigh 
Mastermind of 9/11 needs a fair trial
Editorial cartoon: Feeling their way
Why does Mass. produce so many presidential nominees?
Warren’s ancestry raises question: Who is a minority job candidate?
Celtics’ Rajon Rondo set a bad standard for sportsmanship
Equal justice in Ecuador?
Ideas
“Fiction’s happy endings make us believe in a lie: that the world is more just than it actually is. But believing that lie has important effects for society.”
Jonathan Gottschall, on why stories are good for us 
Revolutionary gizmos from the beginning of time
An Australian battle over ancient art
A computer made of crabs
Learn to speak Klingon!
Why (male) bosses won’t shut up
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