The Summer of ?67

When 5,000 Red Sox fans swarmed the team bus at Logan

It was a team accustomed to being background noise. Then came the summer of 1967, and the Sox became the soundtrack of Boston.

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// New residential buildings are full of amenities, but oh that pretentious name

All over greater Boston, luxurious new living quarters are sprouting up like gleaming, modernist weeds. And a lot of them, for reasons that aren?t entirely clear, have ostentatious names.

Gemma Arterton in ?Their Finest.?

Ty Burr

Movies worth finding on Netflix, Amazon, and iTunes

Since it?s a slow week, and a hot one, here?s Ty Burr?s latest rundown of what he?s been finding interesting on the various streaming menus lately.

Christopher Muther

// A man from Malden is helping to change the face of Vegas

A once seedy section of Vegas has found new life thanks to Boston native Ryan Doherty.

New England Patriots defensive end Derek Rivers, left, defensive tackle Adam Butler, center, and defensive end Deatrich Wise, right, perform field drills during NFL football practice, Tuesday, June 13, 2017, in Foxborough, Mass. (AP Photo/

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Guide to Training Camp

The Patriots go back to work next week. Here?s what to watch for

The defending Super Bowl champs are set to open training camp. Here?s a complete guide.

// Slain Pa. police chief ?fought for his life? and inflicted lasting damage on killer, official says

The injuries kept a fugitive in pain until he died and his wife buried him in their Dartmouth backyard, an official said.

// Marco Rubio suggests Tom Brady be given a Brazil

The Florida senator knows the Dolphins can?t beat Brady and the Patriots.

// Daughter of detained MIT janitor asks Baker to intervene

?If he goes, I?m going with him,? said the 10-year-old daughter of Francisco Rodriguez, an MIT janitor who faces deportation.

// GE profits off in second quarter

The Boston-based industrial conglomerate still beat Wall Street expectations as longtime chief executive Jeff Immelt prepares to hand over the reins in August.


// ?Let Obamacare fail,? says Trump. It already has.

Failure was built in to the Affordable Care Act.

Yvonne Abraham

// A painful diagnosis for John McCain, a man of integrity

People love John McCain. It?s hard not to, even if you live on a different political planet.

// Wary of Mueller, Trump?s team is investigating his investigators

The effort to investigate the investigators is another sign of a looming showdown between President Trump and special counsel Robert S. Mueller III.

// 7-vehicle crash backs up morning Pike traffic in Newton

Seven vehicles were involved in a ?chain reaction? crash Friday morning on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Newton.

// Video shows teens watching, laughing as man drowns in Fla.

The teens can be heard laughing at Jamel Dunn, telling him he?s going die and they weren?t going to help him.

// US to ban Americans from traveling to North Korea, AP reports

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson had decided to impose a ??geographic travel restriction?? that would make it illegal to use US passports to enter the country.

Judd Apatow says that directing Amy Schumer in ?Trainwreck? helped spur his return to stand-up comedy.

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Judd Apatow is back where he started ? telling jokes onstage

Though he?s keeping his day job, the comedy mogul ? who comes to the Wilbur Monday ? has been busy honing his stand-up act for the last two years.

// Honorably discharged veterans will soon get to shop tax-free

Hey veterans, you can soon shop tax free.

// Body of missing NJ hiker found in White Mountains

Greg Auriemma, 63, of Brick, New Jersey, went missing while hiking in the White Mountains a few weeks ago.

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// The US turns its back on human rights

Shuttering the Office of Global Criminal Justice would signal that we are no longer concerned about deterring atrocities.

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In Hingham, a welfare check on a disconsolate young man with a gun turned into something utterly unimaginable.


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// Forget sharks: 7 things in the water swimmers should actually fear

Shark attacks are incredibly unlikely, but here are seven things swimmers should actually be afraid of ? and how to avoid them.