Patriots to enhance stadium experience

To compete with the home-viewing experience, the Patriots have installed a high-capacity Wi-Fi system at Gillette Stadium and are developing mobile apps.

John Tlumacki /Globe Staff

Order food from your seat? Listen to Josh McDaniels relaying play calls? It could be possible soon — if you have a ticket into Gillette Stadium.

21st Amendment’s Marooned on Hog Island.

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Fruit beer, pumpkin beer, shellfish beer?

As brewers leep pushing the boundaries of acceptable beer ingredients, shellfish in beer is getting close to that imaginary line that separates interesting from inedible.

Saxophonist Schiller Joseph, trumpeter E. Daile Beauplant, and organist Jean Louis Daniel played during a service at the New Calvary Cemetery in Mattapan marking the third anniversary of the deadly 2010 Haiti earthquake.

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Globe photos of the week

Musicians performed at a memorial service marking the third anniversary of the 2010 Haiti earthquake, and more of the week’s best images.

Each gun represents 100 deaths by firearm in 2010.

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The gun toll we’re ignoring: suicide

You wouldn’t know it from the national debate, but most American firearm deaths aren’t murder.

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The Celtics owned a 2-point lead with 12.1 seconds left but managed to blow the lead in stunning fashion.

Bulls 100, Celtics 99

Celtics fall to Bulls by one point in overtime

Rajon Rondo had a game-high 30 points for the Celtics, but he fouled out in overtime and the Celtics lost, 100-99.

Witness describes motive behind attack in 1969 murder

Three teens targeted the victim because he flirted with the girlfriend of one of the attackers, a key witness testified.

One American dead in Algeria, more still missing

One American worker was killed and more are believed to still be hostages after one of the largest hostage crises in recent history.

Lt. Governor Tim Murray.

Scot Lehigh

Murray’s exit good news for Democrats

Tim Murray’s announcement that he won’t run for governor is good news for the Democratic Party and a victory for common sense.


Political Notebook

National Archives and Records Administration

Half-century later, Kennedy staffers reunite at archives

A handful of surviving members of President John F. Kennedy’s White House staff came together Wednesday to relive those heady times.


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“Where is My Hope?

‘Graphic Advocacy’ at MassArt

“Graphic Advocacy: International Posters for the Digital Age 2001-2012” runs at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design Gallery through March 2.


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Movie Review

Russell Crowe with Mark Wahlberg in “Broken City,” directed by Allen Hughes.

Breaking and exiting

“Broken City” is a cluttered, formulaic urban thriller, with Mark Wahlberg miscast as a conflicted tough-guy detective caught in an election week conspiracy.