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Red Sox 8, Indians 1

Red Sox roll with Lackey in total control

Starting pitcher John Lackey delivered a pitch in the first inning.

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When John Lackey took the mound after rain delayed the game’s start by 42 minutes, he treated the Indians to fastballs, cutters, and curveballs over seven innings.

Race for the Senate

Large deductions, Social Security for Markey

Edward J. Markey’s tax returns show he claimed deductions for his mortgages, his travel expenses, and his car, and collected Social Security.

Plane from Hanscom Field crashes in New York

The conditions of the three people on board were not immediately available, and the FAA said the aircraft went down about 60 miles from its destination.

Dodgers manager Don Mattingly before a baseball game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Washington Nationals earlier this month.


Preview | Sunday baseball notes

Mattingly gaining respect in adversity

Don Mattingly may lose his job as manager of the Dodgers, but he gained respect around baseball for saying you just can’t “throw an All-Star team out there” and expect to win.

A woman walked past scaffolding outside of the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem on Wednesday.

Exclusive Saturday preview

Peabody Essex Museum to delay expansion by three years

After the lead architect’s unexpected death, the Salem institution’s leaders said the 175,000-square-foot expansion will probably not be finished until 2019.

The bar at Saloon in Davis Square, an establishment that has the feel of a 1920s speakeasy.

Saturday preview | G cover

Boston’s speakeasy scene celebrates the Gatsby era

Prohibition is long gone, but the concept of the once necessary “speakeasies,” or hidden bars and lounges, have transformed into lively nightlife hot spots.

Messages at a memorial for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.

Exclusive Sunday Preview | Ideas

Boston Marathon memorial: How much should we save?

As shrines to public tragedies proliferate, they force the difficult question of what’s important to preserve.


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Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Verena Paravel’s unconventional documentary follows a New Bedford-based fish trawler in the North Atlantic.

‘Leviathan’ is not just another fish tale

Lucien Castaing-Taylor and Verena Paravel’s unconventional and enthralling documentary is about a New Bedford-based fish trawler in the North Atlantic.

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Globe Talk | June 11

// A conversation with Dennis Lehane

The best-selling author discusses his craft with Boston Globe editor Brian McGrory. Proceeds will go to the One Fund Boston.