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Cambridge official won’t allow suspect to be buried in city’s cemetery

The city manager said in a statement that the burial of bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev in the Cambridge Cemetery is not in the interest of “peace within the city.”

Senate hopefuls differ on NRA official’s remarks on manhunt

Wayne LaPierre spoke about citizens “with no means to defend themselves” during the citywide lockdown, asking “How many Bostonians wished they had a gun two weeks ago?”

In an image taken from video, smoke and fire filled the the skyline over Damascus early Sunday after an Israeli airstrike.

Israeli warplanes again strike Syria

The attack was the second by Israel in Syria in three days and was targeted against Iranian-made missiles.

Officers stood guard outside the Moakley courthouse in Boston last week as three new suspects awaited arraignment in connection with the Marathon bombing case.

US officials seek lessons in bombing catastrophe

Three weeks after the Marathon bombings, the Department of Homeland Security is seeking to use lessons from the attacks to enhance community policing.

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Greater Boston’s top spots to live

In these 13 communities, homeowners can feel confident they’ve made a good investment.

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On Basketball

Danny Ainge has tough job in retooling Celtics

The transition from the Big Three Era will be difficult because of salary-cap constraints, lack of expiring contracts, and underachieving players.

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.


Belichick was right!

Bill Belichick’s strategy of trading down for more draft picks has a strong endorsement from the world of high-level economics.


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On Hockey

The Bruins were on the edge late in the third period.

Maple Leafs put doubt into the Bruins’ minds

Better in most phases of the game, especially when it came to turning chances into goals, the Leafs left Boston with a trunkload of confidence.


Guillaume Leroux, left, and his partners started Val Caudalies southwest of Montreal in 2004 — where apple trees had grown. The winery opened in 2007 and produces 40.000 bottles a year of rosé, cider, and white wine.

A road trip on Quebec’s wine route

Thirty years ago, wine in Quebec was considered unpalatable or, at best, mediocre. Today, it’s coveted by Hollywood stars.