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Ahead of his time - The Boston Globe
A few months ago, on a visit to my folk's house in California, I came across a battered paperback copy of The Vintage Bradbury, an anthology of stories by the late Ray Bradbury, who died on June 5 at the age of 91.
Black bear spotted -- in Brookline - The Boston Globe
BROOKLINE -- Authorities plan with the hour to tranquilize the black bear who has climbed into a towering pine a short distance from Route 9. A bevy of law enforcement officials from Brookline and Environmental police and the state wildlife officials have deployed a cherry picker at the scene and are now ordering the dozens of gawkers and members of news media back away from the pine tree on Pine Road.
Outsourcing and Offshoring: Is There Really a Difference?
If you're going to attack Mitt Romney, make sure to define your terms correctly. Romney came under attack after a Washington Post story painted him as an "outsourcing pioneer," but his top campaign advisers are pushing back against those attacks, accusing the media and the Democrats of conflating outsourcing with offshoring.
Hotel Vendome fire 40th anniversary - The Boston Globe
The most heartbreaking tragedy in Boston Fire Department history struck without warning on a Saturday afternoon in the Back Bay. Fire broke out in the former Hotel Vendome at 2:35 p.m. on June 17, 1972, during renovations to convert the century-old luxury hotel to condominiums. Box 1571 rang first, with three more to follow.
Franklin Park Zoo unleashes animatronic dinosaurs - The Boston Globe
Franklin Park Zoo isn't the biggest or fanciest place to see animals. At 100 years old, it's comfortably modest, to put it gently. But it's also surprisingly satisfying. There have always been many worthwhile things to see and do here. Now, at least for the next few months, it's one of the few zoos where you can also see dinosaurs. News, sport, showbiz, celebrities from Metro newspaper brings you the latest news headlines from Britain and around the world plus celebrity gossip, football headlines, music and film reviews
Columbia University Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2012 Announced
NEW YORK - Columbia Athletics will induct 18 former student-athletes, two former head coaches, an athletics administrator, a special individual and two of its greatest teams, the 1933 Rose Bowl champion football team and the 1988 NCAA champion men's fencing team, in the 2012 Class of the Columbia University Athletics Hall of Fame.
Tomlinson set to retire a Charger
He entered the NFL a Charger, re-wrote the record book a Charger, and in nine of his 11 seasons, to the chants of "LT!, LT!, LT!," endeared himself to San Diego a Charger. LaDainian Tomlinson, among the greatest of football players this town has known, is ready to retire as one.
For 1992 squad, Dream Team was perfect name
NBA TV's much-anticipated documentary, "The Dream Team,'' premieres on the network next Wednesday at 9 p.m., marking the 20-year anniversary of the most talented and transcendent basketball team ever assembled, and possibly the greatest team ever in any sport.
After killing of teen, a vigil, grief in Cambridge - The Boston Globe
Word of Charlene Holmes's death in an apparent drive-by shooting cast a pall over the neighborhood and the school Monday, as many students chose to leave early or express their sorrow to counselors called in to help them deal with death.
NStar report cannot find a blackout cause - The Boston Globe
An independent forensic engineering firm hired by NStar could not determine the under­lying cause of a catastrophic power failure in March that plunged the Back Bay and other Boston neighborhoods into darkness, according to a 220-page report commissioned by the electric utility.
MBTA to give free rides from airport - The Boston Globe
Massport will pay the fare for passengers leaving Logan Airport on the MBTA's Silver Line starting Wednesday, a move believed to make Logan the nation's first major airport to provide free public transportation for travelers heading to a city center.
Curt Schilling blames R.I. officials for company's failure - The Boston Globe
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Curt Schilling is blaming Rhode Island economic development officials and its governor for much of the financial troubles facing his video game company. Schilling told The Providence Journal that the state promised and did not deliver film tax credits for 38 Studios and refused to allow the company to defer a $1.1 million payment, forcing it to miss a May 15 payroll.
Librarian uncovers Natick veteran's true story - The Boston Globe
NATICK - A letter recently discovered by a reference librarian in a dusty file drawer revealed secrets of a covert US operation behind enemy lines in Italy in 1944 - intended to destroy a German railroad tunnel - that failed and led to the execution of an Army sergeant and Natick native and his 14 colleagues under command of the Office of Strategic Services, America's first intelligence agency
Former stock clerk arrested in 1979 death of Etan Patz
New York (CNN) -- Pedro Hernandez, a former Manhattan store owner, is expected to be the focus of a police news conference in New York on Thursday after he claimed he strangled 6-year-old Etan Patz. Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is scheduled to address reporters about the Patz case at 7 p.m.