Michael J. Sullivan was the only US Senate candidate in tonight’s Channel 25 debate to say he would oppose the measure.
Heat 109, Celtics 101
Heat beat shorthanded Celtics
The only uncertainty was the margin of victory — and whether the Heat would continue to bury their bitter rival deep into the fourth quarter after the game was won.
Mark Cohen, whose department is under fire for its haphazard oversight of the city’s $1 billion cab industry, has been suspended for alleged misconduct with a police department employee.
Menino breaks right leg, will have surgery Saturday
Mayor Menino broke his right leg when he twisted his ankle and fell, and will have a plate and screws implanted to set his leg, his spokeswoman said.
Holyoke seen as brick and stone — and flesh and blood
The results of Jerome Liebling’s photographic tour, “A Walk Through Holyoke – 1982,” are on display through April 28 at two locations in the city.
Preview | Sunday baseball notes
We have dealt with the decline in African-American participation in baseball quite a bit over the past few years, but the questions we raise remain difficult to answer.
Newport surfers get state to back off Cliff Walk repairs
The city had seen an increase in opposition to a state proposal residents said could have permanently altered the break of the waves and threatened sea life.
BAA vows to take hard line vs. doping
The ban of 2012 Boston finisher Mathew Kisorio for a positive steroids test has raised awareness of the dangers lurking in the running community.
Why is Red Sox bullpen suddenly leaking?
The two losses to the Orioles revealed embarrassing issues for what is a relatively sound group.
Nanny indicted on murder charge in death of infant
Aisling McCarthy Brady is facing a first-degree murder charge in the death of Cambridge toddler Rehma Sabir.
Nation & World
In South Korea, Kerry warns North Korea not to test missile
US Secretary of State John Kerry said North Korea would only increase its isolation if it test-fired the mid-range missile.
Joseph Kennedy III creates leadership PAC
The move by the freshman US representative is a signal of his intention to use the Kennedy name to build a political base through fundraising.
Nurses walk out at Quincy Medical Center
Hundreds of nurses struck for 24 hours to protest staffing levels at the hospital, while officials called the demands unrealistic.
In ‘Demons,’ da Vinci as a visionary hero
The new Starz series is a costume drama, but it’s so filled with adventure and eccentricity that it never feels stuffy.
Putting the trance back into Transcendentalist
Henry David Thoreau plays an enigmatic role in Shane Carruth’s hypnotic thriller — an oxymoronic term to describe a film that is truly sui generis. The reclusive, 19th-century Transcendentalist’s “Walden” provides a key link in a circular conspiracy that extends from a pig farm to the frontiers of consciousness. Is this Philip K. Dick-like plot benevolent or malignant or none of the above? Figuring that out is just one of the film’s sanity-stretching pleasures. More lyrical than Carruth’s stunning debut feature, “Primer,” it seems at various times like the work of a more spiritual David Cronenberg or a more malign Terrence Malick. Above all it is seductive; and while I feel compelled to see it again, I don’t have high hopes that it will make any more sense.
Editorial Event | April 17
Attend a session on photography and videography with the host of BostonGlobe.com’s “Back Story” series.