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Man accused of lying in bombings case seeks release

Advocates for the 19-year-old Cambridge man are calling on a federal judge to release him from jail Monday, saying he had “nothing to do” with the deadly attack.

Marathon bombing victim Jeff Bauman waved a Bruins flag before the game.

Bombing survivor made honorary banner captain at Bruins game

Hockey fans cheered Saturday night as Jeff Bauman Jr. made a surprise appearance on the ice before the Bruins faced off against the Maple Leafs.

Protestors want bomb suspect’s body burned or buried at sea

One member of the protest outside the funeral home where Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s body is being kept said “just burn him and throw him in the sewer.”

Rangers 5, Red Sox 1

Rangers shut down punchless Red Sox again

The Sox have scored one run on 13 hits — 11 of them singles — in their last two games and left 10 runners on base Saturday night.

Trainer Claude McGaughey (right) walked his horse with jockey Joel Rosario riding to the winner's circle.

Orb comes from behind for Kentucky Derby win

Orb splashed through the slop to win the Kentucky Derby, carrying Joel Rosario to his first Derby win.

Exclusive Sunday Preview

A sampling of stories from this Sunday's Globe.


“Seated Buddha — Abhaya Mudra,’’ 2012. Bamboo, rattan, wire, plywood by Sopheap Pich, Cambodian, born 1971.

Sopheap Pich

Art Review

Showcasing a continent’s art at Smith College

Smith College Museum of Art’s “Collecting Art of Asia” is more than a stock-taking show that happens to mark 100 years of collecting. It’s a statement of intent.

Pitchers who cheat usually compensate for being a little short on velocity. Clay Buchholz has no such problem.

Sunday baseball notes

Buchholz cheating accusations don’t hold any water

Pitchers who cheat usually compensate for being a little short on velocity. Clay Buchholz has no such problem.

Watertown residents gathered to attend a candlelight vigil at Victory Park on April 20.

Globe west

Portrait with many faces

Thrust into the national news media’s spotlight, Watertown residents know their community is not easily summed up in a sound bite.

Summer movies preview

// Apocalyptic films loom large, but heroes and hilarity may rescue us

If there is a theme to the studio blockbusters coming out between Memorial Day and Labor Day, it is that Apocalypse is nigh, is here, or has already happened.


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Celtics fans scream for a foul, which they got, when Jeff Green collides with Tyson Chandler in the fourth quarter.

Celtics had a whole lot of holes

They couldn’t replace Ray Allen, Rajon Rondo blew out his knee, and slowly the team’s cracks turned into craters.


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Stage Review

Stefanie Powers plays Tallulah Bankhead in “Looped,’’ at the Cutler Majestic Theatre.

In ‘Looped,’ a hard-living legend can’t stay on script

Stefanie Powers, who costarred with Tallulah Bankhead in “Die! Die! My Darling!,’’ is portraying Bankhead pretty delectably in Matthew Lombardo’s play.