Winona Ryder and Michael Shannon (also below) in “The Iceman,” based on the story of hit man Richard Kuklinski.

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Movie Review

‘The Iceman’ inside the family man

The true story of Richard “The Iceman” Kuklinski is a fascinating subject but director/co-writer Ariel Vromen blows it.

The lack of public events with voters from Representative Edward Markey (center) means he runs the risk of appearing to repeat the mistakes of Attorney General Martha Coakley, who was accused of running a lackluster campaign and snubbing voters before her loss to Scott Brown in 2010.

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Markey defends lack of public events this week

“He’s been hiding,” said Republican Senate nominee Gabriel Gomez of his opponent, Edward Markey, who has not held a public event since last Sunday.

Clockwise from top left: Cooling off at the fountain on Boston Common, the staircase of the Copley library, Fenway Park, the Esplanade, the Fourth of July celebration, the Boston skyline.

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Why do you love Boston? We asked. You answered.

When asked readers to submit their reasons for loving Boston, the responses flooded in.

Yannick Lebrun and Jacqueline Green in the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater’s performance of “Petite Mort.”

Exclusive Saturday preview | Dance Review

A bold, diverse opening night for Alvin Ailey

Thursday night’s concert by Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater epitomized a vision of dance as a celebration of the tenacity of the human spirit.

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Red Sox 3, Twins 2 | 10th inning

Red Sox outlast Twins for 3d win in a row

Jonny Gomes’s sacrifice fly was the difference, with Koji Uehara then setting down the Twins, as the Red Sox won their third straight game.

Emergency personnel worked at the scene where two Metro-North commuter trains collided.


60 go to hospital after train collision

“I just gripped [a seat] because I felt the train sliding,” a passenger who was injured in the collision told The Associated Press.

Marathon bombings

// Judge partially grants defense’s photo request

The judge said the US Bureau of Prisons can take photos of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, which his lawyers want to use to show his “evolving mental and physical state.”

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The Boston Marathon Wounded

Alvaro Galvis said he was drawn by his wife Martha’s raven-haired beauty and her down-to-earth warmth. The Nashua couple met in 1974.

Through pain, injured N.H. couple seeks joy

Despite injuries sustained at the Boston Marathon, Alvaro and Martha Galvis are concentrating on happier moments of their lives together.


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