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Images appear to show Hernandez with victim

Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is not cooperating with police, according to an official, after a Dorchester man’s body was found in an industrial park near the player’s home.

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// Judge freezes assets of Boston’s taxi king

A state judge froze Edward J. Tutunjian’s assets, ruling that cabdrivers have a “reasonable likelihood” of winning a class-action lawsuit.

// Celtics, Clippers at a standstill in Rivers deal

A league source says the Clippers have now turned their focus to Doc Rivers while refusing to offer any compensation in exchange for the coach.

Most Boston mayoral candidates favor adding charter schools

At an education forum tonight, seven of the 12 candidates for mayor said they would push to lift a cap on the number of charter schools.

Based on actual events, “The Bling Ring” stars (from left) Taissa Farmiga, Israel Broussard, Emma Watson, Katie Chang, and Claire Julien as a group of California high schoolers who rob the homes of celebrities.

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Movie Review

‘The Bling Ring’: To live and steal in LA

Gorgeously shot and with a terrific, nasty performance by Emma Watson, the film turns monotonous over the long haul.

Louis Lapiana was shot and paralyzed, allegedly by a cohort of James “Whitey” Bulger.

‘Whitey’ Bulger trial

Victim testifies about 1973 shooting that killed man

Diane Sussman de Tennen described the gunfire, allegedly from a cohort of “Whitey” Bulger, that left dead the driver of a car in which she was a passenger.

Chet Harding (left) and Norm Laviolette are two of the partners behind Laugh Boston, which is bringing “Legends of Boston Comedy” to Citi Shubert Theatre.

With Shubert series, Laugh Boston moves in on Wilbur

Laugh Boston is moving in on the Wilbur Theatre’s comedic territory, and doing it just down the street with a series at the Citi Shubert Theatre.

From left: Michael Nesmith, Micky Dolenz, and Peter Tork play the original arrangements of their classic Monkees tunes with little embellishment.

The Rascals, Monkees and Zombies take the classics for a trip

Each group is taking a different approach upon reentry. Here’s what to expect when the lights go down at their Boston area shows.


// 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.



// 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 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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