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Celtics can’t hang on against the Heat

Rajon Rondo went up for a shot over Dwyane Wade in the fourth quarter.

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Rajon Rondo scored 44 points for the Celtics, who had a 15-point lead in the second quarter, but the Heat stormed back to take a 2-0 series lead.

Chris Hemsworth as the Huntsman and Kristen Stewart as Snow White.


‘Snow White’ brings fairy-tale magic to multiplex

Entertainingly schizophrenic, this re-engineering of the classic fairy tale feels like it was made from pieces of every fantasy-action movie ever made.

“Graduates and their families are notorious for flakiness regarding celebratory dinner reservations,” says Erin Reilley, Bondir’s general manager.


Restaurants deal with graduation-dinner no-shows

Restaurateurs are mostly thrilled at graduation time, as families and friends descend upon local establishments to celebrate. Except when the expected parties are no-shows.

Will Middlebrooks was congratulated by Kevin Youkilis after hitting a two-run home run in the fourth inning.

red sox 6, tigers 4

Red Sox hit three home runs for win

David Ortiz and Will Middlebrooks hit two-run home runs, and Kevin Youkilis had a solo shot as the Red Sox defeated the Tigers for the third straight game.

Patrick endorses Warren in Senate race

Despite saying last year that he’d wait for the party to select a nominee first, Governor Patrick today announced his support for Elizabeth Warren.

Nursing homes pushed to cut antipsychotic drugs

Regulators said nearly 40 percent of residents with dementia received the sedatives despite not needing them.

// of 1428-AZ (Bulger) A mugshot (July 20, 1956) 1200 dpi--90x90.jpg Whitey Bulger cooperated with FBI as early as ’50s

New records show that in 1956 James “Whitey” Bulger revealed his accomplices in a bank robbery in order to protect his girlfriend at the time.

GOP women lead surge in Romney’s favorability rating

Mitt Romney is enjoying his highest favorability rating since January, according to a new poll that showed a surge in popularity among Republican women.

Boston Fed chief predicts slow recovery

Eric S. Rosengren forecast a slow economic recovery this year and called on policy makers to do more to lower the US unemployment rate.

Former Brigham, Harvard cancer researcher fabricated data

Authorities said a former research fellow at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School fabricated data in a manuscript that was withdrawn before publication.


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Molly Hatch’s “Lost Arcadia,’’ part of “Covet: Art + Objects’’ at Ferrin Gallery in Pittsfield.

Modern riffs on old ideas

No art is simply, blithely contemporary. That would be like saying our parents had no influence on us. Today's art responds to and reacts against yesterday's art.