Curt Schilling’s dream died quickly at 38 Studios

The stunning collapse came after an underwhelming last pitch from Schilling to save his firm, which was desperately in need for millions more from R.I.

Plymouth nuclear plant license renewed

The renewal, even as safety questions linger, ended the longest-ever review of a US nuclear power plant’s request.

Three suspects in hazing case appear in court

Three of the nine people facing criminal charges for an alleged hazing incident inside the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity appeared in a Brighton court Friday.

Menino criticizes Brown’s focus on Warren’s heritage

Mayor Thomas M. Menino, who joined Scott Brown at a Faneuil Hall event Friday, said the question over Elizabeth Warren’s heritage is “not relevant.”

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Death of an Everett crossing guard hits home with peers

After a guard was struck and killed by a pickup truck Wednesday, crossing guards and safe streets advocates said they were saddened, but not surprised.

Paul Pierce and the Celtics outdueled LeBron James and the Cavaliers in one of the classic Game 7s in Boston history in 2008.

Bob Ryan

Celtics’ history in Game 7 is very rich

There have been 21 previous Game 7s played in Boston by the Celtics. Among them are some of the most spectacular performances in NBA history. Here’s a sampling.

From left: Devin Kelley, Olivia Dudley, Nathan Phillips, Jesse McCartney, and Dimitri Diatchenko in “Chernobyl Diaries.”

Movie Review

‘Chernobyl Diaries’ is one red-hot mess

All that appears to be motivating anybody in “Chernobyl Diaries” to do anything is paltry screenwriting.

Adrian Walker

Cambridge pays $14 million in lawsuits, but did nothing wrong?

The city should be embarrassed after three courageous women alleged discrimination, harassment, and retaliation.


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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is seen on a big screen moments after their the firm’s IPO in New York.

Facebook IPO offers a lesson

For many investors, whether novice or experienced, the Facebook Inc. stock offering was an eye-opening lesson on the potential pitfalls of a hot IPO.


political notebook

More GOP candidates shunning tax pledge

An increasing number of Republicans running for Congress are declining to sign antitax crusader Grover Norquist's pledge to not raise taxes.