Investigation linked to Hernandez continues

An SUV left the home of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez.

News helicopters reportedly shadowed Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who is embroiled in an unfolding homicide investigation, as he visited Gillette Stadium.

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On Fayston Street, Odin Lloyd was their star

Since the 27-year-old man was murdered this week, grieving residents and family are filled with disbelief and questions about his death.


// James Gandolfini: The face of an actor

The late James Gandolfini made Tony Soprano into a specific man, worlds away from the fabled mobsters we’re more accustomed to finding in entertainment.

Movie Review

// Much ado about quite a bit

Joss Whedon’s “Much Ado About Nothing” is about the sloppiest Shakespeare put on the screen, but it may also be the most exhilarating.

Nantucket Mojito at West Side Lounge.

Sip and slide: 11 summer cocktails

Kick back and relax with these cool cocktails that Boston’s top bartenders recommend for this summer.

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Dow falls more than 350 points as investors eye end of stimulus

Stocks continued plummeting Thursday, a day after the Federal Reserve said it could step back from its aggressive economic stimulus program later this year.

‘Whitey’ Bulger trial

Shooting victim describes ducking hail of bullets

In emotional testimony, Diane Sussman de Tennen described surviving a barrage of gunfire, allegedly from a cohort of “Whitey” Bulger.

// NBA has concerns about Celtics-Clippers talks

Commissioner David Stern warned the league does not allow coaches to be traded for players, and will closely scrutinize any deal involving Doc Rivers.

From the left to the right, Jordan Knight, Steven Tyler, and comedian Dane Cook at the finale of the Boston Strong benefit concert.

One Fund benefit concert to air on TV

Three weeks after the Boston Strong benefit, Live Nation New England and TD Garden have announced the event will be televised on June 29.



// Boston’s gang wars, 2013

Whitey Bulger’s trial is full of mesmerizing stories of lurid gangland slayings that occurred decades ago. But the gang violence that’s happening now in Boston elicits mostly shrugs.

Stanley Cup Final

On Hockey

Jonathan Toews celebrated after Patrick Kane scored in the second period.

Bruins’ defense took the night off

Game 4 was among the wackiest, most entertaining evenings in recent Stanley Cup history. But defensive play, long the Boston strong suit, was sloppy.


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Callahan Tunnel

Callahan Tunnel to close for three months

Beginning in January, the Callahan Tunnel will be fully closed for approximately three months as part of a $34.9 million project to update the 52-year-old tunnel.

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FBI director Robert S. Mueller III described why security officials are reluctant to change the surveillance program during a hearing on Wednesday.

Obama’s clean air plan to focus on coal plants

The plan would boost energy efficiency of appliances and buildings, expand renewable energy, and regulate pollution from coal-fired power plants.