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Police enter Hernandez home

Police arrived at Aaron Hernandez’s home Saturday afternoon.

Officers brought two police dogs and what appeared to be crime scene analysis equipment to the home of Patriots player Aaron Hernandez.

// Biden speaks in South Boston for first of two Markey rallies

“There’s no reason why this guy shouldn’t walk to victory,” Vice President Joe Biden said of US Senate candidate Edward Markey.

// Gabriel Gomez starts long day of campaigning in Newton

The Republican candidate for US Senate pushed his closing argument at a Newton fun run.

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A sampling of stories from this Sunday's Globe.


Jon Hamm stars as the morally and emotionally stagnant Don Draper in “Mad Men.”

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Do characters have to change?

As TV dramas dig deeper into the twisty problems of men and women, viewers eventually begin to anticipate some kind of personal evolution.

Paul Feig found Boston to his liking while he was here last summer shooting “The Heat.” the film stars Sandra Bullock, Melissa McCarthy, and a host of local actors.

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Paul Feig loves Boston in ‘The Heat’

“The Heat,” the new Boston crime comedy by “Freaks and Geeks” creator and “Bridesmaids” director Paul Feig, is a few love letters at once.

There are sunsets for two — like the one this couple enjoys on a dock at Wauwinet resort.

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Enjoying Nantucket in three ways

Looking for romance? Love history? Crave adventure? Here are three ways to explore Nantucket.

Bruins vs. Blackhawks, 8 p.m. | Game 5

// Chara, Bergeron are pillars of Bruins’ defense

The defensive awareness of captain Zdeno Chara and forward Patrice Bergeron is one reason the Bruins could claim a 3-2 series lead with a Game 5 win.


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// Business needs to join mayoral race

It would be a shame if Boston’s mainstream business leaders stick to the sidelines through the preliminary election when the field whittles down.