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Red Sox 7, Indians 4

Red Sox come from behind to beat Indians

The Sox were down 4-3 when pinch hitter Mike Carp doubled off the wall in left to tie it, followed by a double from Dustin Pedroia.

Rain didn’t keep fans away from attending the inaugural Boston Calling.

Bad Rabbits launch inaugural Boston Calling

The Bad Rabbits didn’t let the bad weather stop them from taking the stage at City Hall Plaza for the inaugural music festival.

3 more arrested in UK soldier’s slaying

Police today arrested three more suspects in connection with the savage killing of an off-duty soldier in London.

Divers search reservoir for third person aboard fallen plane

State Police divers in New York are searching a reservoir for a third person who was aboard a small plane that took off in Bedford and crashed near Garoga, N.Y.

Waterbury, Vermont makes a great base for a healthy escape, thanks to fabulous hikes (including Mt. Mansfield.)

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Healthy escapes in New England

Wouldn’t it be great to come back from a trip feeling stronger, healthier, and in better shape than when you left? Here are some high-energy escapes.

From left: Amanda Watters, Mike Ross, Kyle Shade and Andrew Truco carried flags as they crossed the Boston Marathon finish line on Boylston Street during the OneRun.

Thousands finish last stretch of the Marathon route

Thousands of runners and their supporters came out to finish what they started, running the final mile from Kenmore Square to the finish line.

At restored sections of the Wall, one could be surrounded by thousands of people. At Gubeikou, though, there may only be a handful.

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Hiking China’s ‘wild wall’

To avoid crowds, opt for hiking on what some call “the wild wall,” miles upon miles of remote, unrestored sections of the Great Wall of China.

An unidentified woman listened to Ken Feinberg’s answer to her question about her daughter, who lost a leg in the Marathon bombings.

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Privacy rules get in bombing victims’ way

The excessive weight of privacy rules placed on health care providers and public officials makes it difficult for the administrator of the One Fund Boston to do his job.

Amy Masters exercised at Healthworks on Route 9. She also belongs to Sports Club/LA, and can’t decide between them.

On Route 9, a rivalry of elite fitness clubs

Is it the on-site Botox shots? Chilled towels? What makes a person join one gym over another?


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Rangers’ Chris Kreider starts celebrating after his OT goal kept the Bruins from sweeping the playoff series.

Chris Kreider keeps Rangers’ hopes alive

One of the key reasons Boston College won the NCAA championship in 2010 and 2012 is now a big reason New York is still playing.


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Kristin Nugent of Boston wheeled her bicycle on board the CapeFlyer in South Station, headed for Hyannis.

CapeFlyer embarks on maiden voyage

The CapeFlyer’s kickoff trip departed from South Station at 5:12 p.m. Friday, attracting many to the restored service that has been absent for about 25 years.


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Classical Notes

Pianist Jeremy Denk returns to play the Gardner’s Calderwood Hall in September.

Variety marks Gardner Museum, Emmanuel programs

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum will open its fall season of Sunday afternoon concerts Sept. 15 with a recital by the acclaimed pianist Jeremy Denk.

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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.