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Lady Antebellum, pictured, is one of many musical acts dropping into town.
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Sox bats down A's
Starting pitcher Clay Buchholz allowed six earned runs against the Athletics during Monday's 11-6 win.
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Ecuadoran court: Guaman guilty in Brockton slayings
Luis Guaman was found guilty by a court in his native Ecuador today for the 2011 double murder of his housemate and her two-year-old son. (Boston Globe)
Medford housing chief on unpaid leave
Robert Covelle was given an unpaid two-week leave of absence amid state and federal investigations into hiring and contracting practices at the agency. (Boston Globe)
Handy driving tips: True or false?
Bay Staters have quite the reputation for being poor drivers. Think you're the exception? Try our road rules quiz. 15 or more right answers will earn you an A!
Rondo gets a one-game suspension
Celtics point guard Rajon Rondo has been suspended for Game 2 of the first-round playoff series against Atlanta after bumping an official during Game 1 Sunday. (Globe)
SURVEY What do you make of Rondo's punishment?
Brown, Warren campaigns trade jabs over professor's Native American status
Elizabeth Warren’s campaign accused Scott Brown of “insinuations” as Brown’s team questioned if she touted herself as Native American at Harvard. (Boston Globe)
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Woman convicted in 2010 stabbing
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Jurors convicted Carmen Andino for the stabbing that sent a 24-year-old woman to the hospital with serious injuries to her face and her side. (Boston Globe )
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Love by the pound
The Northeast Animal Shelter in Salem is one of the country’s oldest and largest no-kill adoption shelters for cats and dogs.
OPINION | BOB RYAN
Josh Smith stars for Atlanta
In the Hawks’ Game 1 win, Smith showed the Celtics and national televiewers that the talk about him being one of the NBA’s best may not just be idle propaganda.
STAGE PREVIEW
Actor tries to channel Bernstein
“Maestro” is a play about Leonard Bernstein’s life, starring Hershey Felder, who has made a career performing one-man shows about musical greats.
OPINION | JULIETTE KAYYEM
A revolution: women fight in Marines
The news that the Marine Corps will open its infantry officer school, and some ground battalions, to females was a revolution 236 years in the making.
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Fighting the force of habits
Charles Duhigg, a reporter for The New York Times, has a new book about recent neurological insights into how we form — and can break — habits.
IDEAS
An Australian battle over ancient art
A threatened network of carvings reawakens a debate: is site-specific art still art if you move it?
Blood tests could diagnose depression
Two studies report that markers in blood may one day help diagnose depression, but further testing is necessary, scientists warn.
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When should you buy organic?
Is organic always better? Does locally grown mean your produce will always be organic? Our nutrition blogger answers these questions, more.
Finding alternatives to sedatives | Dangers of unnecessary exams, procedures | Staying fit via dance
Fitness by the numbers | SUBMIT Your weight loss photos | Healthy Mother's Day recipes
VIDEO Dangers of excess medical tests | How does body temperature affect metabolism?
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One World Trade Center now tallest building in New York City
After workers erected steel columns that made its unfinished skeleton a little over 1,250 feet the building became the city's tallest.
WORLD Pakistan sends mixed signals on US drone attack  |  PICTURES Scenes from the uprising in Syria
NATION Wife of Edwards aide breaks down on witness stand  |  US not reporting all Afghan attacks
WORLD 10 killed in suicide blast in northeast Nigeria | Indian ferry capsizes; 35 dead, 165 feared missing
POLITICS
Mitt Romney campaigns in Portsmouth, N.H.
The presumptive Republican presidential nominee was joined by US Senator Kelly Ayotte as he made an appearance Monday at the Portsmouth Fish Pier.
Romney in N.H. with new potential running mate  |  Bill Clinton says economic recovery ahead of pace
Obama's new campaign slogan: 'Forward'  |  First lady campaigns in Tucson in Western push
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Startups find apartments in Kendall can be cheaper than offices
Kendall Square office space has become so expensive that some startups are finding it easier to rent a luxury apartment than compete for commercial space
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AAA: Mass. gas prices drop another 3 cents a gallon  |  Hood adds new flavors to its ice cream line-ups
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Mariah Carey performs in Austria
The pop superstar hit the stage at the "Top Of The Mountain Concert" at Idalp in Ischgl, Austria, on April 30. See more celebrities out and about.
Grading 'The Avengers' teasers  |  PICTURES White House Correspondents' Dinner  |  Caption contest
SOUND EFFECTS Local band on touring with Counting Crows  |  PICTURES Cheap eats in the area
E! Entertainment network plans refurbishing | Greater Boston area author readings this week
LIFESTYLE
Stylish Mother's Day gifts
Mother's Day is approaching fast on May 13 and we rounded up some of our favorite stylish gifts for the number one lady in our lives.
GUIDE Spring gardening calendar and tips | PICTURES Maria Menounos style watch
PICTURES 10 ways to add value to your home on a budget | Design NE
PICTURES Prom dress inspiration from the red carpet | Pink lipstick for everyone!
TRAVEL
10 spring hikes in New Hampshire
Spring is a great time to hike through New Hampshire's natural wonders. Here are 10 hikes through some of the state's most popular trails, showcasing the highlights of the season from blooming wildflowers to rushing waterfalls.
Spring and summer food festivals  |  You know you're from Boston when...
GLOBE-TROTTING 5 cheapest summer airline destinations from Boston  |  Retro attraction commercials
PACK UP Condé Nast Traveler picks world's hottest new hotels, spas, restaurants  |  25 free things to do
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Contest: Your baseball-loving pets
Share a photo of your baseball-loving pet for a chance to win a prize. Buffy Leigh Scarlett, owned by Elizabeth of Boston, watches games from her Fenway Park seat.
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SUBMIT Your labs  |  Your child's name  |  Your smiling dogs  |  Your twins
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Photojournalist Diana Markosian started a project entitled "Goodbye My Chechnya" documenting the lives of young Chechen women as they come of age in the aftermath of war.
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