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Police call attack calculated and deliberate

James Holmes, the suspect in Friday’s shooting at a suburban Denver movie theater, had been preparing for the attack for months, police said today.

Man detained in Logan left fake explosives in car

State Police detained a salesman for iRobot Corp. Saturday afternoon after he left replica C-4 plastic explosives in a rental car.

Blue Jays 7, Red Sox 3

Red Sox drop 2d straight to Toronto

The Red Sox blew a 3-0 lead to lose for the second consecutive night to the Toronto Blue Jays at Fenway.

VP speculation marks latest stage of Kelly Ayotte’s ascent

The New Hampshire senator is being considered as a serious contender to join Mitt Romney’s Republican ticket.

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In the company of women

Here’s to new Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer, for her induction into a club that we probably shouldn’t have at all.

Michael Angelakos and Passion Pit returned to Boston in June for a performance at the Bank of America Pavilion.

Boston’s Passion Pit grapples with rising pressures

Michael Angelakos, the mastermind behind Passion Pit, discusses their new album, “Gossamer.”

From left: Al Pacino, Marlon Brandon, James Caan, and John Cazale in Francis Ford Coppola’s gangster epic “The Godfather.’’


Looking back on 1972’s sizzling summer of film

Obviously, any year that saw the release of “The Godfather” deserves an honored place in movie history.

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Stage Review

Lauren Weintraub (left, with Elena Carmichael) in the lead role of North Shore Music Theatre’s production of “Annie.”

On the North Shore, an ‘Annie’ for hard times

Despite the down economy, there’s nothing like hearing “Tomorrow” to make you think that financial security is just around the corner.