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Bruins 3, Rangers 1 | Game 5

Bruins advance to face Penguins

The Bruins rallied to overcome the Rangers’ 1-0 lead, coming out of Game 5 with a 3-1 win, and will play the Penguins in the Eastern Conference final.

Hezbollah commits to keeping Syria’s Assad in power

The leader of the powerful Lebanese militant group today committed his followers to an all-out battle to salvage the rule of President Bashar Assad.

Bombing survivor Jarrod Clowery of Stoneham crossed the finish line during The Boston Strong One Run.

Bombing survivor speaks about recovery, giving back

Jarrod Clowery has a long list of worries, including at least two surgeries, but he is on a mission to raise money for friends who were also wounded in the Marathon attack.

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// Boston Calling kicks off

The fans turned out for the inaugural Boston Calling Music Festival despite Saturday’s inclement weather.

Exclusive Sunday Preview

A sampling of stories from this Sunday's Globe.


Eric Sporel at the monument he created in Westford.

Globe North

Boy Scout creates veterans memorial garden

This Memorial Day, St. Catherine of Alexandria Cemetery parishioners will be able to visit a new fixture on the lawn.

Sculptures by Tony Feherin an installation at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum.

art review

Feher’s works hum with a sense of child’s play

Slight yet bewitching, Tony Feher’s retrospective displayed indoors at the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is a show for our times.

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// A baby picture of the Web

Two decades later, a look at the page that started it all.

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


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.


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Terrence Williams (center) appeared Monday before a King County District Court judge in Kent, Wash.

Celtics’ Williams admits frustration over portrayal

“I feel like if I’ve done something wrong, you wouldn’t see me right now,” said Celtics guard Terrence Williams in his first public comments since his arrest in Wash.


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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.

Globe Insiders

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.