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Red Sox 12, Twins 5

Ortiz homers twice, continues to torment Twins

The Red Sox’ David Ortiz drove in six with a pair of thunderclap home runs to right field as the Red Sox beat his former team.

Numbers drawn for $600m Powerball jackpot

It was not immediately known if there are one, or more than one, winner in the lottery that is now played in 43 states.

Paul A. Collins, 62, was taken to Mt. Auburn Hospital for observation.

Man charged with abuse at Arlington club

Allegations of sexual abuse at the Arlington Boys & Girls Club from the 1970s to the 1990s continue to escalate as police arrested a former club employee in New York.

A bicyclist stopped to take a picture of the CapeFlyer train after it crossed over the Cape Cod Canal Railroad Bridge in Bourne.

Cape Cod train service to begin

Next weekend will be the first time in about 25 years service from Boston to Cape Cod will be offered.

New: Expanded Sunday arts

A sampling of the Globe's enhanced arts & culture coverage.


Joey C. Pelletier is the artistic director of Heart & Dagger Productions.

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summer | theater

For fringe theaters, summer is a season of opportunity

Joey C. Pelletier, artistic director of Heart & Dagger Productions, makes sure that each one of his fringe theater company’s seasons features a summer show.

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Editor’s note: New expanded culture coverage

The Globe introduces a broadened Sunday Arts with new columns and weekly roundups, accompanied by a look at what’s new in style, food, and drink.

Michelle Dorrance.

summer | dance

Michelle Dorrance, making tap for the 21st century

One of the hottest tap artists of her generation, 33-year-old Dorrance is known for creating tight, polished choreography within lively theatrical contexts.

Book tour: Hot summer literary destinations in N.E.

A reading tour of popular summer destinations in New England and the writers and books associated with those places.