Canonizations are celebrated by Boston Catholics

Catholics across the region rejoiced on Sunday as two popes who reigned during living memory joined the church’s canon of saints.

48 Mass. workers died on the job in 2013

A report said falls were among the most common causes of worker deaths in Massachusetts last year.

Detained international observers arrive for a meeting with journalists.

Observers held in Ukraine speak under armed guard

The pro-Russia forces in eastern Ukraine have taken a number of people hostageas they strengthen their control.

Jon Lester allowed four runs on five hits in seven innings.

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Red Sox fall to Blue Jays in series finale

The Red Sox had trouble with knuckleballer R. A. Dickey, and Jon Lester gave up four runs in seven innings.

Ashley Herbert (left) of Roxbury, Trinidad Ram-kissoon of Boston, and Dinia Clairveaux of Hyde Park will speak in the national finals of the August Wilson Monologue Competition in New York May 5.

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Boston students embrace the legacy of August Wilson

As three Boston students prepare to take part in the finals of the August Wilson Monologue Competition, they talk about how Wilson’s plays speak to their own lives.

The Clippers were on the court with their uniforms on inside-out.

Clippers stage silent protest against owner

The Clippers were on the court before their playoff game with their shirts on inside-out, in the wake of remarks by their owner.

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Your virtual self is more boring than you think

Author and scientist Nick Yee has insights on how to free our online avatars from real-world constraints.

A BSO cocktail party drew young professionals following a Yuja Wang concert.

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Who will support Boston’s museums, symphonies?

Boston-area cultural institutions are reaching out to young professionals in all sorts of industries. But one rich sector might just prove elusive.