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Officials find problems at three more compounding pharmacies

The Massachusetts pharmacies have received cease and desist notices from state health officials.

John Burbine, a 49-year-old convicted sex offender, was indicted on charges he sexually abused at least 13 young children in the care of his wife's unlicensed child care service, and photographed and videotaped them.

Wakefield man faces over 100 child sex abuse charges

John Burbine allegedly videotaped himself as he abused 13 children whose ages ranged from eight days to 3 1/2 years old.

BU cyclist killed after collision with vehicle

BU student Christopher Weigl was the fifth bicyclist killed in a crash in Boston this year when his bicycle collided with a tractor-trailer.

“Our Town” director David Cromer says the meaning of the Thornton Wilder play has often been misunderstood.

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Friday Preview | G Cover Story

David Cromer brings stripped-down ‘Our Town’ to Huntington Theatre

In the 74 years since Thornton Wilder’s landmark “Our Town” premiered on Broadway, the fictional village of Grover’s Corners, N.H., has become a familiar place.

The luminous Benedicte Decary’s portrayal of Belle pulses with a sense of discovery but also of self-awareness.

Friday Preview | Stage Review

ArtsEmerson’s ‘La Belle et la Bête’ better seen than heard

A modern-day version of “Beauty and the Beast’’ has arrived at the Cutler Majestic Theatre.

Jessica Biel, Noah Lomax, and Gerard Butler in “Playing for Keeps.”


‘Playing for Keeps’ a mis-prioritized romantic comedy

Gerard Butler plays a washed up Scottish sports star who drives mothers crazy when he begins coaching his son’s soccer team.

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// The attack on Pearl Harbor

The attack on Pearl Harbor left over 2,400 dead, 68 of them civilians, after waves of Japanese carrier-based fighters and bombers turned the naval base in Hawaii’s Pearl Harbor into an inferno.



On Dec. 10, Scott Schuman will appear at Wellesley College to explain his street style in relation to the work of featured photographers at a Davis Museum exhibit.

The Sartorialist: Birth of an image maker

Scott Schuman, the street fashion photographer behind The Sartorialist blog, didn’t expect to settle into his career.