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Bruins 5, Rangers 2

Bruins take 2-0 series lead

Five Bruins scored as Boston again defeated the Rangers in their second-round playoff series.

// Officer wounded in shoot-out speaks about his recovery

“This afternoon I’m feeling pretty decent,” said Richard Donohue of the MBTA Transit Police, who was wounded during a shoot-out with the Marathon bombing suspects.

One Fund official promises money by end of next month

Kenneth Feinberg, administrator of One Fund Boston, said he would keep to his deadline to distribute all money collected by June 30.

White House says Obama was not involved in IRS targeting

A White House adviser said President Obama did not know the Internal Revenue Service had targeted tea party groups even as Republicans pressed for more answers.

New: Expanded Sunday arts

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


DJ NDN, DJ Shub, and DJ Bear Witness mix Native American and non-Native sounds.

Pat Bolduc

summer | world music

A Tribe Called Red reinvent the Powwow

Until DJ NDN and DJ Bear Witness came up with the Electric Pow Wow concept in 2008, a Native American electronic club night had yet to be invented.

summer | country music

// Jason Aldean finds his own path to the big leagues

When the country superstar comes to Fenway Park, he arrives as one of the summer’s most hotly anticipated acts.

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.

Summer | Classical

// Handel’s fevered imagination in ‘Almira’

The Boston Early Music Festival presents the composer as a young and brashly brilliant upstart in Handel’s very first opera.


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On baseball

Dustin Pedroia said he doesn’t think about “the business aspect” of baseball. Yet he’s all business on the field.

Dustin Pedroia the best second baseman in MLB?

No team can boast anyone quite like Pedroia, whose next contract is likely tied to Robinson Cano’s situation with the Yankees.



The bedroom at Blantyre (left) and the appetizer of grilled foie gras at Wheatleigh.

Berkshires inns offer high quality, higher costs

Two of the state’s top inns, Blantyre and its nearby rival, Wheatleigh, are internationally ranked and exorbitantly priced.