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Bruins take 2-0 series lead

The Rangers’ Mats Zuccarello went down following a first-period hit from Tyler Seguin, right.

Five Bruins scored as Boston extended its lead over the Rangers in their second-round playoff series.

Red Sox 5, Twins 1

// Three-hour rain delay doesn’t stop Red Sox

The Sox swept the three-game series against the Twins in a game that didn’t last as long as the rain delay in the seventh inning.

Yahoo’s board agrees to buy Tumblr for about $1.1b, sources say

The deal, which is expected to be announced as soon as Monday, would be the largest acquisition of a social networking company in years.

Ireland’s prime minister lays flowers at bombing memorial

Enda Kenny, in town to give a commencement speech at Boston College Monday, added a bouquet with the colors of the Irish flag.

Executive roundtable

How Massachusetts business will change in years ahead

Three executives of local companies talk about how key industries will change and the prospects for Boston and Cambridge to remain hubs of technology and life sciences.

New: Expanded Sunday Arts

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


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.

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

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.

The big vision like in “The Great Gatsby” can still inspire a communal sense of wonder.

Movies | Critic’s Notebook

In praise of the less-popular pleasures of the big screen

Aside from a handful of box office hits, the old-fashioned theatrical film is under assault. Globe critic Ty Burr’s take on how the communal sense of wonder is falling by the wayside.

Game on

Exploring video games from a cultural, artistic perspective

Given that working in video game production is now a viable career for talented young artists, it’s time to stop drawing a line between video games and “real” culture.


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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.