After historic storm, a day of recovery

To clear his car of snow, William Curdo stood on top of it on M Street in South Boston.

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The MBTA offered limited service and flights returned to Logan airport as the region worked to dig out, but thousands were without power and a snow emergency remained in effect in Boston.

With more than a hundred trucks waiting to deploy, National Grid and utility workers from South Carolina held a planning meeting Sunday morning in Hanover.

154,000 still awaiting return of power

National Grid said it would take longer than first thought to restore power to two areas, while NStar indicates that some might not have power until Thursday.

Everyone was happy, especially Paul Pierce as the final horn sounded in Boston's triple overtime victory.

Celtics, 118 | Nuggets, 114

Celtics win triple-overtime thriller against Nuggets

Behind huge games from Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett, Boston extended its season-high winning streak to seven games.

Patrice Bergeron (center) celebrates his third period goal with teammates.

Bruins, 3 | Sabres, 1

Bruins defeat Sabres in Buffalo

The final score didn’t do justice to how much the Bruins outplayed and outshot their old Adams Division playpals.

55th Grammy Awards

The Black Keys won best rock performance for "Lonely Boy" at the 55th Grammy Awards.

Goyte won record of the year for “Somebody That I Used to Know” Sunday.

Mumford and Sons, multiple Grammy nominees, were introduced by Johnny Depp.


Mumford and Sons, multiple Grammy nominees, were introduced by Johnny Depp.

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Justin Timberlake performed a new song "Little Pusher Love Girl."

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LL Cool J hosted the Grammy Awards.

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Taylor Swift opened the award show at the Staples Center.

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Adele won best pop solo performance.

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Caption Miguel and Wiz Khalifa were one of the first performances.

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Fun. performed, and won song of the year and best new artist.

55th Grammy Awards live updates

Globe critic Sarah Rodman provided live updates on the results of the award ceremony at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.

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From the Archives | Photo Gallery

//[1].jpg The 1940 Valentine’s Day Blizzard

The Boston area was surprised by the Valentine’s Day Blizzard of 1940, which left cars and people stranded overnight, and 31 New Englanders dead.


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Opera Review

Neal Ferreira, David McFerrin, Samuel Levine, Christine Abraham, and David Kravitz in “Clemency.’’

BLO’s Opera Annex premieres MacMillan’s ‘Clemency’

The progressive flank of the Boston Lyric Opera resumed its march on Wednesday night, as the company unveiled the fourth production in its Opera Annex series.