Power restored for most customers, Prudential tower

Those customers still without power late Thursday night were expected to have electricity restored some time Friday morning, an NStar spokeswoman said.

Blackout means red ink for many

As the blackout at the Prudential Center continued, businesses began inventorying the losses from the power outage.

The Bruins have lost four straight and six of their last eight games.

Panthers 6, Bruins 2

Bruins’ skid continues with 4th straight loss

The Florida Panthers scored three second-period goals to beat the Bruins, 6-2, on Thursday night.

Sergeant’s wife ‘poured her heart out’ to officer

The Beverly police officer who was shot by a Hamilton police sergeant told superiors that he had never been intimate with the sergeant’s wife.

Injury upset those in suspect’s unit

Soldiers in the same camp as a US sergeant accused of killing 16 Afghan civilians were upset because somebody in their unit had been “gravely injured” the day before, said his lawyer.

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Global economic crisis needs no translation in ‘Life Without Principle’

The movie tracks the intersecting lives of three people in Hong Kong amid an unsettling market plunge.

Vanderbilt forward Jeffery Taylor pressured Harvard guard Laurent Rivard during the first half in Albuquerque, N.M., Thursday. Rivard finished with a team-high 20 points in the loss.

Vanderbilt 79, Harvard 70

Vanderbilt eliminates Harvard from NCAA tourney

In what was billed as the “Brain Bowl,” No. 5 Vanderbilt put an end to No. 12 Harvard’s first trip to the NCAA tournament since 1946.

ART to open season with ‘Marie Antoinette’

The American Repertory Theater will open its 2012-13 season with the world premiere of David Adjmi’s “Marie Antoinette,’’ in a coproduction with Yale Repertory Theatre.

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‘Undefeated’ leaves it all on the field

This year’s documentary Oscar winner follows a season of North Memphis’s Manassas High School football team, which went from being the worst team in Tennessee to one of the best.

“I saw smoke coming out of a manhole cover, and all of a sudden it blew in the air and there was a very loud bang and the cover blew off about 15 feet in the air.”

Joseph Malveira,  New York Times employee

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Foxborough to revisit casino

Town selectmen believe a formal proposal for a gambling resort is coming from casino mogul Steve Wynn, and will discuss whether to study the potential effects of a casino.


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Ashley Judd finds her comfort zone in ‘Missing’

Judd portrays Rebecca Winstone, a former CIA agent whose son has been kidnapped. “Missing’’ premieres Thursday night at 8 p.m. on Channel 5.

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Spring Style

The season’s freshest fashion feels airy and easy — think fluttery shapes, pretty prints, and nothing too structured or serious.


“As long as Gingrich looks in the mirror and sees a serious presidential candidate, he will continue to divide primary voters to Romney’s advantage.”

Joan Vennochi 


“The best-selling board game today is the board game that was the best-selling board game in 1936. That is Monopoly.”

Game publisher Eric Hautemont