AUGUSTA, GEORGIA - APRIL 14: Tiger Woods of the United States celebrates after sinking his putt on the 18th green to win during the final round of the Masters at Augusta National Golf Club on April 14, 2019 in Augusta, Georgia. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

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A symmetry to Tiger?s fifth Masters crown, 22 years after his first

The man they thought never would win a major again morphed from a simple old Tiger to the Tiger of old with every swing.


// Tiger Woods ends 11-year majors drought with Masters victory

Woods shot a 2-under 70 on Sunday and a 13-under overall to win his fifth Masters and first major since 2008.

// How Tom Brady reacted to Tiger Woods?s victory on his ?only couch day of the year?

Tom Brady was watching on television ? and commenting on his new Twitter account ? as Tiger Woods won a dramatic victory at the Masters.

Toronto Maple Leafs center John Tavares (91) reacts as he get a stick in the face from Boston Bruins defenseman Matt Grzelcyk (48) during the third period of Game 2 of an NHL hockey first-round playoff series, Saturday, April 13, 2019, in Boston. (AP Photo/Mary Schwalm)

Bruins-Maple Leafs Game 3 | Monday, 7 p.m., NESN

Bruins battered Leafs to even series, now they await a response

The Black and Gold turned the Leafs black and blue in Game 2?s 4-1 victory. Will host Toronto answer in Game 3?

Al Horford beat the Pacers defense to score 2 of his 10 points.


Celtics have no excuse for losing this series

The Pacers ? hard-working but limited offensively ? are the perfect first-round opponent for the superior Celtics.

This image released by HBO shows Vladimir Furdik as The Night King on the season finale of

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Picking apart tonight?s ?Game of Thrones?

TV critic Matthew Gilbert wrote his thoughts as the show unfolds, and chatted with other viewers about the action and theories about what could happen next.

Winter is here: The final ?Game of Thrones? season has started. Here?s a recap of the previous 7 seasons

As the show enters its endgame, even die-hard fans could use a refresher on the past seven seasons.

// Anderson Cooper asked ?Game of Thrones? actors how the series ends. Here?s how they responded

John Bradley, who plays Samwell Tarly, hinted to the ?60 Minutes? reporter that fans might not be thrilled with the ending.

Boston-04/13/2019 Boylston Street at the Boston Marathon finish line is packd with people as thousands came out to take photos before the Boston Marathon on Monday. Photo by John Tlumacki/Globe staff (metro)

Dave Epstein

Marathon Monday will begin with rain, but it may not be continuous

Rain and thunderstorms are possible for the earliest runners and those waiting to start. But the chance of rain will lessen as the day progresses.

// Here?s how to navigate the MBTA on Marathon Monday

Officials are urging Boston Marathon attendees to take public transportation April 15. Here?s how to navigate the MBTA.

In tight labor market, employers going to great lengths to attract workers

Companies scrambling to fill positions are offering higher pay and better hours, and loosening requirements for college degrees.

// New dementia care approaches are emerging to support patients and families as drugs falter

At Hebrew Senior Life, a Center for Memory Health launched last week is part of a national push to rethink dementia care.

Landmark Properties recently agreed to invest in Tremont Crossing?s first phase: retail, an apartment tower, as well as a garage, museum, and central plaza (above).

Tangram 3DS

Finally, a green light for long-vacant Roxbury parcel

The list of uses proposed over five decades for this unused city-owned property on Tremont Street in Roxbury extends longer than the Orange Line that rumbles by.

ONLY FOR KAY LAZAR STORY Bondsville, MA, 03/17/2019 -- Gayle Suzor takes care of a 15 day-old foster child at her home. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff) Topic: Reporter: Kay Lazar

For foster parents, chaotic state system makes job even harder

The parents describe a chaotic state system that fails to supply them with vital information and training, or sufficient psychological support for kids who badly need it.

A KinderCare is opening soon as the Seaport District takes shape outside its windows.

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The Seaport District is starting to look more like a neighborhood

The Seaport entered a new epoch with the recent announcements that both a supermarket and bookseller will open in the coming year. Other essentials are in the works.

// BU professor is fired after investigation finds he sexually harassed grad student in Antarctica

David Marchant, who has been on leave with pay since October 2017, denies the sexual harassment allegations.

// Some patients battle illness or injury ? and surprise bills

Two dozen readers responded to a Globe story about the problem of out-of-network charges. Here are some of their stories.

Adrian Walker

// Bringing equity to the marijuana business will take more than talk

Tito Jackson claims to own a marijuana business in which white businessmen have invested all the capital. That?s a perfect example of why equity in the state?s marijuana business is a mirage.


// David Price pitches seven shutout innings, leads Red Sox past Orioles

The lefthander allowed three hits and fanned seven and Xander Bogaerts drove in all four runs in the win over the Orioles.

// Negotiations to continue Monday as Stop & Shop strike stretches on

Talks between Stop & Shop and unions representing thousands of striking workers will resume Monday after the two sides spent the weekend in negotiations, according to a union spokeswoman.

// Steve who? How far Wynn Resorts is going to distance itself from its founder

Wynn Resorts is overseeing a modern version of the memory scrub. The target: the company?s founder, Steve Wynn.

// Woman removed from Bruins game at TD Garden, allegedly assaults officers

A Vermont woman was escorted out of TD Garden on a stretcher after she allegedly kicked, bit, and spit on police officers as they tried to remove her from the Bruins game.

// John Fish on transforming a construction giant

Globe reporter Janelle Nanos sits down with leaders in the city?s business community to talk about their career paths, work and accomplishments, as well as their vision for Boston?s future.

Special reports

The house at 212 Forest St.

He bought the fencing coach?s house. Then his son got into Harvard

The Needham house was assessed at $549,300, but sold for nearly a million dollars. The buyer, who never lived a day there, would sell it 17 months later at a substantial loss in what may become the next chapter in the national debate over fairness in college admissions.

Munch Madness

Munch Madness | Final

// And the Munch Madness winner is . . .

Beloved Boston bakery Flour takes the cake over Sarma to clinch Munch Madness 2019.

Love Letters: The Podcast

Season Two: How do you meet someone?

Dating in 2019 is?complicated. Frustrating. Sometimes completely exhilarating. In Season 2 of the podcast, Meredith Goldstein goes deep on one of her most-asked questions.


// Ground Game

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The Big Picture

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The Big Picture

Globe staff photos of the month, March 2019

Here?s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month: a fire in the Fens, the beginning of spring, Ice Castles in New Hampshire, and the annual citywide youth Spelling Bee.

Spring House Hunt

// The things home sellers do that can turn off buyers or kill a sale

A hot housing market forgives a lot of mistakes, but that doesn?t stop sellers from undermining their own home sale.


// A study of cancer test seemed like a triumph. But data were missing

A study suggested that the test led doctors to recommend fewer unnecessary biopsies. But critics said the company-sponsored study lacked crucial data.