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How to make time expand

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Time is finite — right? According to two new studies, it’s actually in our power to make our time feel more expansive.


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Paul Klee (1879-1940) is the subject of a captivating show at Boston College’s McMullen Museum of Art.

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The damning report on BU hockey’s “culture of sexual entitlement” makes it clear that coach Jack Parker is failing his players.

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For a long time, Boston remained a baseball town even as much of the country loved the NFL. But with the Red Sox’ recent capitulation, the Patriots are now the kings.

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More than one-third of Mass. hospitals lost money last year

Two dozen acute care hospitals posted financial losses in fiscal 2011, according to a new state report.

President Obama spoke at an event Friday afternoon in Portsmouth, NH.

President Obama makes pitch in Portsmouth, N.H.

President Obama charged into the stretch run of the fall campaign Friday with an urgent plea to his New Hampshire supporters to become involved.

Mitt Romney spoke at a campaign rally Friday in Orange City, Iowa.

Republicans hit Obama on jobs report

“If last night was the party, this morning is the hangover,” Mitt Romney said of a report that showed the economy added only 96,000 jobs in August.

A Legal Sea Foods ad features its own take on the “Jesus fish.”

New Legal Sea Foods ads feature Jesus fish, Brokeback Mountain

The Boston chain, which has a reputation for fresh seafood and edgy marketing, is now likening the restaurant to a religious experience.

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//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2012/09/04/BostonGlobe.com/Enterprise/Images/sacco005.jpg Sacco and Vanzetti

The controversial trial and execution of Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti in Massachusetts in the 1920’s caused much tension in the US and around the world.


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Jeff Bezos, Amazon.com’s CEO, introduced the new Kindle Paperwhite in Santa Monica, Calif. It’s designed to look like print on paper.

Amazon unveils more powerful versions of Kindle Fire tablet

With an eye on affordability — and using the latest technology from E Ink in Cambridge — Amazon.com unveiled new Kindle tablets designed to challenge iPads.

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On Thursday, French authorities were at the campsite where a British family was believed to be vacationing before they were attacked and three people were shot to death. The campsite is near Lake Annecy, an area in the Alps not far from France’s borders with Switzerland and Italy.

After shooting in France, girl, 4, hid beneath dead kin

Apparently frozen in terror, a 4-year-old girl crouched silently for eight hours beneath her dead mother and grandmother in the back of a BMW on a forest road in the French Alps.