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Gunshots, trauma killed bomb suspect, document shows

Bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev was shot by police, and run over and dragged by a vehicle, according to his death certificate.

Paul Pierce did not look happy as the Knicks’ Iman Shumpert (background) mocked the

Knicks 88, Celtics 80

Celtics fall after comeback

The Celtics had aspirations of becoming the first NBA team to overcome a 3-0 series deficit, but the Knicks ended their season in Game 6.

Rangers 7, Red Sox 0

Derek Holland, Rangers cool off Red Sox

Felix Doubront had one of the few clunkers for the Red Sox this season, getting knocked out in the fourth inning after giving up a flurry of hits.

Jeffrey Cirio (right) danced with Isaac Akiba (left) and John Lam in a  dress rehearsal of Boston Ballet’s “Chroma” playing at the Boston Opera House.

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‘Chroma’ spins from grit to lyricism to classicism

Choreographers George Balanchine and Wayne McGregor — whom the Boston Ballet brought together in its program “Chroma” — make strange bedfellows.

Thousands lined up early in the rain to get a prime spot on the Charles River Esplanade to hear the Boston Pops concert and watch the fireworks last year.

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Authorities reviewing July 4 security

Authorities are also studying plans at other large public events to minimize threats in light of the bombing suspects’ alleged initial plan to attack the Independence Day celebration.

Erica and Rick Kaitz at home.

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Marathon runner in race to help ailing wife

From the Boston Marathon to the Pan-Mass Challenge, Rick Kaitz races to help his ailing wife, who has uterine leiomyosarcoma, a rare and aggressive cancer.

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Harpoon beer nights will raise money for Marathon victims

The brewery has been hosting “Brewed for Boston” nights, with 100 percent of pint and pretzel sales benefiting victims.


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Game 6 | Knicks at Celtics, 7 p.m.

Celtics center Kevin Garnett pounded his chest in the first half of Game 5 against the Knicks.

Sparks fly now in Celtics-Knicks series

Bad blood is starting to run between the teams as the Celtics seek to become the first NBA team ever to overcome a 3-0 series deficit.


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Movie Review

Pål Sverre Hagen (below) as Thor Heyerdahl in “Kon-Tiki,” about the 1947 crossing of the Pacific on a balsa-wood raft.

‘Kon-Tiki’ isn’t quite adventurous enough

The movie that re-creates Thor Heyerdahl’s 1947 crossing of the Pacific on a raft is caught between a Boy’s Own Adventure and a character study of a charming monomaniac.