Art Review

‘William Wegman: Hello Nature’ a dog and irony show

“Lake View” by William Wegman is part of the “Hello Nature” exhibit at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art.


Wegman doesn’t just invite pathos into his work, he dashes up to it with puppyish delight, writes Sebastian Smee.

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// Did Beatrice Munyenyezi lie to get into this country?

Munyenyezi says she fled war-torn Rwanda with her family to find safety. Prosecutors say she was running from her own horrific crimes.

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// A witty and technically superior night at Jacob’s Pillow

The Joffrey Ballet was once known as a younger, wackier company whose dancers were technically strong but eclectic. Today, the wild child has matured.

Movie Review

// Getting in gear with Joseph Gordon-Levitt

The title of this movie about a Manhattan bicycle messenger, “Premium Rush,” sounds like an energy drink. Energy it has — too much.

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Adrian Gonzalez struck out against the Angels on Thursday night.

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Shooter killed former coworker at Empire State Building

Jeffrey Johnson fired three times at his 41-year-old former coworker and then was killed in a shootout with police near the iconic landmark that left nine others wounded.

Bicyclist fatally injured by vehicle near Wellesley Square

The incident took place around 2 p.m. near the intersection of Weston Road and Linden Street, officials said.

Group blasts foster care system

Nearly one in five children in state custody for at least two years has suffered abuse or neglect, according to an advocacy group.

Obama campaign denounces Mitt Romney’s birther joke

The reaction came after Romney appeared to joke about the debunked claims regarding President Obama’s citizenship.

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From the Archives | Photo gallery

// The T and its predecessors

Private railroads and horse-drawn streetcar companies served the transportation needs of Boston and outlying towns for decades before the MBTA accepted its first token.


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