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  • Red Sox nation cheers and honors Boston Marathon bombing site

    Red Sox nation cheers and honors Boston Marathon bombing site
    Boston loves its Red Sox, but after the team's World Series championship win Wednesday night at Fenway Park, many of the Boston faithful paid tribute to an entirely different sporting event, the Boston Marathon. Amid the jubilation outside Fenway, which...
  • Whitey Bulger won't talk, considers trial a sham, lawyer says

    BOSTON -- Whitey Bulger sat in court as he was called a rat, Satan, a coward, a punk, a psychopath, a bag of jailhouse rags and some other terms not suitable for mention in a family newspaper, and after all that, decided to keep silent. The Boston...
  • Orlando Philharmonic presents 'Barber of Seville'

     Orlando Philharmonic presents 'Barber of Seville'
    When the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra began staging operas, it had a very simple concept: Focus on the music. That was in 2009, when the Phil presented a concert staging of "Carmen," in partnership with Mad Cow Theatre, after Orlando Opera closed...
  • Slain Massachusetts teacher led her class in school and online

    For the second time this week, a community is mourning the killing of a teacher, allegedly by a student. The latest victim, Colleen Ritzer, math teacher at Danvers High School in Massachusetts, was 24. A 14-year-old student was charged in the killing...
  • Take statins -- or just lead a more healthy lifestyle?

    Take statins -- or just lead a more healthy lifestyle?
    Adding to Americans’ confusion about the ever-changing news from the medical world, there’s a new recommendation that would, in effect, drastically increase the number of people who take statins in an effort to reduce their risk of heart...
  • Outrageous payout for the 'pepper-spray cop': Fury we can agree on

    Now that we all live inside hermetically-sealed political feedback bubbles when it comes to receiving and reacting to news, it's never been easier to form an opinion on a given story. That's particularly true of the type of Rorschach-test-like stories for...
  • 'Kick-Ass 2': Superhero sequel takes a beating from critics

    'Kick-Ass 2': Superhero sequel takes a beating from critics
    The title character of the new superhero sequel "Kick-Ass 2" is a teenage vigilante (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) known for his ability to take a licking and keep on ticking. Time will tell if the movie itself displays the same resilience, because the first wave...
  • Future of Print Journalism? Jeff Bezos' Washington Post Purchase Spurs Questions

    Around the time "Man of Steel" opened in June, media watcher Jim Romenesko circulated an it-only-hurts-when-you-laugh letter explaining why Superman's alter ego Clark Kent was having his application rejected to become a reporter for a great metropolitan...
  • Michael Young could be leaving, but...

     
    It sounds like this is at least the beginning of changes to come in Philadelphia. Cody Asche has been called up from Triple-A Lehigh Valley, making it appear likely that third baseman Michael Young will be traded. In the meantime,......
  • Crime & Punishment: Store Clerk in Critical Condition After Attempting to Stop Theft of David Hasselhoff Cardboard Cut-Out

    Crime & Punishment: Store Clerk in Critical Condition After Attempting to Stop Theft of David Hasselhoff Cardboard Cut-Out
    A Cumberland Farms clerk in Shelton went beyond the call of duty when he was seriously injured trying to stop a man stealing cutouts of David Hasselhoff. The "Baywatch" star appears in the convenience store chain's summer advertising campaign. Stores have...
  • Could More Have Been Done To Protect Jennifer Martel?

    Could More Have Been Done To Protect Jennifer Martel?
    Last week's killing in Massachusetts of Jennifer Martel shows once again why domestic violence is so difficult, yet so essential, to curb. Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is right to call for a review of this terrible case and of the...
  • The Stan Simpson Show: Health Care Jobs, Hartford Shelter, Future Of The Media

    In the first segment, Stan talks with Scot X. Esdaile, president of the Connecticut chapter of the NAACP, and Muhammad Ansari, president of the Hartford chapter of the NAACP, about racial disparities in jobs held in the health care field. Next,...