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Donald Berwick considers run for governor

Berwick, a former Obama administration official whose nomination to a powerful health care post was derailed by Republicans, said he is strongly considering a run for governor in 2014.

Red Sox introduce Joel Hanrahan

The new closer for the Red Sox toured Fenway Park and said he thinks he’ll be fine on a large-market team.

High temperatures across US set record in 2012

Last year was the warmest on record for the country, and was the second most extreme for droughts, wildfires, hurricanes, and storms, according to weather officials.

Curt Schilling tipped his cap to the Fenway crowd on Oct. 25, 2007, after leaving Game 2 of the World Series.

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A Hall of Fame ballot without a whiff of PED usage

If you fail a drug test, or admit to PED usage, you don’t get my vote. In addition — even if it’s unfair — you don’t get my vote if you look dirty.

After clearing hurdles, local company Lil Foodie is set to deliver fresh organic meals to babies.

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Birth of a food business

Lil Foodie of Boston is the area’s first fresh organic baby food delivery service.

At BoMA Restaurant + Bar in the South End, kale, mesclun greens, and shaved fennel salad.

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At BoMA in the South End, a surprise on your plate

You may think that the food here is going to be predictable, but there’s a surprise on almost every plate. Somebody in the kitchen is having fun.

Margaret H. Marshall, Chief Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court, is seen in this Oct. 6, 2006, photo at the dedication of the Chief Justice Joseph F. Feeney Courthouse in South Boston. She wrote a 2003 decision that legalized gay marriage in the state.

State ruling on gay marriage is a favorite at weddings

Parts of the 2003 case that made Mass. the first state to recognize gay marriage are common readings at same-sex and heterosexual weddings in Mass. and beyond.


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Book Review

‘Driver’s Education’ by Grant Ginder

In the book, a stroke patient asks his grandson to fetch Lucy, his beloved 1956 Chevy Bel Air, out of storage and drive it across the country.