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Community organizer Walczak to run for mayor

After a morning meeting with a group of friends and advisers, longtime community organizer Bill Walczak told the Globe today he will campaign.

Michigan players reacted after winning the semifinal game against Syracuse.

NCAA Tournament | Michigan 61, Syracuse 56

Michigan completes final bracket

Attacking Syracuse’s suffocating zone defense in the first half with 3-pointers, crisp passing and a fearless attitude, Michigan claimed victory over the Orange.

Canadiens 2, Bruins 1

First-place Canadiens fend off Bruins

The Canadiens are still No. 1 in the Northeast Division as the Bruins couldn’t take advantage of a late power play.

Blue Jays 5, Red Sox 0

John Lackey reinjured as Red Sox lose

In his first start in more than 18 months following elbow surgery, Lackey left the game in the fifth inning with an injured right arm.

Globe North

They still ask: Who killed Deanna?

On the 18th anniversary of her murder, hundreds flocked to Somerville to symbolically walk Deanna Cremin home to 48 Jaques St.


Taxes, a love story

According to a group of tax scholars, with more transparency and marketing savvy from the IRS, the tax system could feel much more benign.

In the Know

Tips for choosing a credit card for travel benefits

Credit cards are one of the easiest ways to potentially save customers thousands on travel costs.

Artistic director Anthony Trecek-King works with the Boston Children’s Chorus at the Institute of Contemporary Art, with accompanist Sarah Koonce.

family entertainment

Boston Children’s Chorus crowns its 10th year with world premiere

The group marks its 10th anniversary with the premiere of the multimedia piece “A Boy Called King,” commissioned by the BCC and the ICA.

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