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A Titanic obsession

The Titanic in Ireland’s Cork Harbor, its final port of call, in April 1912.

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What does a lifelong fascination with the Titanic get you? If you’re Springfield’s Ed Kamuda, a walk-on part alongside Leo and Kate, and one of the world’s most complete archives of the century-old disaster.


Make room for five historic Boston hotels

To get up close and personal with the city’s past you need to slip between the sheets and bed down in a historic hotel.

Harvard Book Store hosts big-name authors, sells signed first editions, gives a loyalty discount — and you should read its Twitter feed.

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10.5 ways local bookstores beat Amazon

Enduring brick-and-mortar bookstores go above and beyond to deliver more than books to customers. That’s exactly why you should buy from them, writes Christie Matheson.

Ideas | The Word

Taking back ‘Obamacare’

Can the president make an insult into a selling point? History suggests that political shorthands like these can sometimes be rehabilitated — but that it’s not always easy.

Lynch reverses field on Afghan mission

Frustrated by a lack of progress, Rep. Stephen F. Lynch is calling on the Obama administration to speed up the US withdrawal by at least a year.

FILE - In this April 3, 2012, file photo supporters cheer Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney as he speaks at a primary election night rally in Milwaukee after winning the Wisconsin primary. Romney is starting to sharpen his appeal to women voters, acutely aware as he pivots towards the general election that he'll need to narrow President Barack Obama's commanding lead among that critical group to beat him. (AP Photo/Steven Senne, File)

Challenges facing Mitt Romney in wooing female voters

The GOP frontrunner is honing his appeal to female voters as his campaign turns its attention to the general election.

Rick Santorum to resume campaign Tuesday

The former Pennsylvania senator will return to the trail with a slate of events in his home state next week, his campaign said.

The Masters

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2012/04/07/BostonGlobe.com/Sports/Images/AUG115_GOLF-MASTERS-_0407_11.jpg Another frustrating day for Tiger Woods

Woods is 1-under on the par 5s for the tournament after three rounds — a statistic that spells almost certain doom at Augusta National.

Patrolman Dennis Pearse of the Avon Police Department arrived, dressed as the Easter bunny, for the Easter egg hunt attended by more than 300 children.

From the Archives | Photos

Easter in Boston

Each year, photographers go “rabbit hunting” through the streets as people dress up to celebrate the Easter holiday. Photos of families dressed in their Sunday best filled the pages of The Boston Globe throughout the years.


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Boston College coach Jerry York and his Eagles have been standouts in the NCAA Tournament, and the team is in the championship game for the fifth time in seven seasons.

Eagles ready for NCAA Frozen Four title game

The Boston College men’s hockey team has embraced the team concept, and with everyone having a role the Eagles have been unbeatable lately.