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Bruins 2, Sabres 0

Bruins come to life in 3d period

After 53 minutes of mostly uninspired hockey, of hockey that mimicked Saturday’s effort against Philadelphia, the Bruins’ top line proved its worth.

J.R. Smith tried to get around Paul Pierce during the game in New York.

Knicks 108, Celtics 89

Knicks pound Celtics for second time in five days

The Knicks did their damage to the Celtics from beyond the arc, hitting 14 3-pointers.

Louisville 85, Duke 63

// Louisville completes Final Four lineup

The Cardinals pulled through after one of their players suffered a gruesome leg injury and won a second straight trip to the Final Four.

Prosecutors look into abuse charges at Deerfield school

Prosecutors are examining sexual abuse allegations that former students at Deerfield Academy have made against two men who taught there for decades.

Yellowstone Under Canvas is inspired by luxury African safari camps and has no electricity.


10 digital-detox getaways for the whole family

Digital-detox getaways allow families to tune back into their surroundings and each other. Here are some destinations that fit the bill.

From left: Corey, Rick, and Richard Harrison of History’s “Pawn Stars.”

Critic's Notebook

On TV, buzz and ratings are often at odds

While there are many subtleties involved in viewership numbers, the disparity between the volume of buzz and the volume of audience is profound.

Spotlight report | Part 1

// For Boston taxi drivers, a battle against numbers

A nine-month Globe investigation finds a taxi trade where fleet owners get rich, drivers are frequently fleeced, and the city does little about it.

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// How a Boston cabbie makes money

The Boston Globe obtained driving logs for a taxi driver for an 87-day period in 2010 and visualized every fare.


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UMass-Lowell 2, UNH 0

Scott Wilson (23) was down but UNH was out after the forward gave UMass-Lowell all the offense it would need with a goal in the second period.

UMass-Lowell blanks UNH, reaches Frozen Four

The River Hawks got it done in a 2-0 win over New Hampshire to advance to the semifinals in Pittsburgh for the first time.


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Nimesh Trivedi

Waiting periods can be costly for workers

Many companies impose waiting periods to join 401(k) plans — and those delays can end up costing workers tens of thousands of dollars in retirement savings.

Globe Insiders

Globe Talk | April 3

// A conversation with Jim Calhoun

Subscribers can attend an evening with Connecticut’s legendary former men’s basketball coach Jim Calhoun, moderated by Bob Ryan.