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Brown calls for fed probe of Cape Wind
U.S. Sen. Scott Brown yesterday joined the growing chorus of critics calling for a federal probe into Cape Wind, saying officials have been aware of safety concerns "forever" and raising questions about whether the hotly debated Nantucket Sound project was born from "backroom deals." "If there's any inference of any backroom deals ...
Missing Harvard MBA Student Found Dead
The body of a missing Harvard Business School student who was last seen outside a waterfront bar in Portland, Maine, days before his graduation, was recovered Tuesday from the city's harbor, police said. Around noon today police found the body of Nathan Bihlmaier, 31, who on Thursday would have received his MBA and in June would have become a father for the first time.
The enigma of Alex Katz - The Boston Globe
Here's what to like about the work of Alex Katz, a survey of whose prints is on show at the Museum of Fine Arts: Large color blocks. Exquisite, often unexpected harmonies. The pleasures of visual distillation in an era, an epoch, of visual onslaught. Humor. A powerful sense of place.
Dad, can you put away the laptop? - The Boston Globe
Forever, the screen-time battles between parents and children have gone decidedly in one direction, with the mothers and fathers nagging and threatening, and the kids fighting to stay connected to their digital devices. But guess which family members are disgusted now? The kids.
March 3, 2012: The new low point for Canadian professional hockey?
MONTREAL-The Toronto Maple Leafs had a new coach, the Montreal Canadiens had a chance to inflict a devastating blow to their ancient rivals' playoff hopes and it was Hockey Night in Canada. Saturday night had all the ingredients for a wild, memorable night. It was-for 20 minutes.
Juan Pablo Montoya's car slams into safety truck, causing massive fire
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla.-A massive fire erupted with 40 laps remaining in the Daytona 500 when Juan Pablo Montoya's car slammed into a safety truck under caution. Montoya was circling the truck under caution when he appeared to lose his brakes and spun into a clean-up truck being used to clean the track.
In Johnny Oduya, Chicago Blackhawks get their defenseman
The Chicago Blackhawks were looking for a defenseman, and in Johnny Oduya, they got one. Chicago acquired Oduya from the Winnipeg Jets for a second and third-round pick in 2013. according to multiple reports. Oduya, 31, is a solid depth defenseman capable of playing on a power-play unit-and he was available in part because of a move by the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Who should sell at the NHL trade deadline?
With Monday's trade deadline in the NHL fast approaching, Sporting News offers advice to three teams who should be in sell mode. If the Buffalo Sabres are serious about fixing their mess of contracts, they should think about trading Thomas Vanek.
AP source: Ibanez agrees to $1.1M deal with Yanks
NEW YORK - A person familiar with the negotiations says Raul Ibanez and the New York Yankees have agreed to a $1.1 million, one-year contract. The person spoke on condition of anonymity Monday because the deal had not been announced. Ibanez is a 39-year-old outfielder who played with Philadelphia the last three seasons.
NHL trade deadline: Predators acqure Hal Gill from Montreal Canadiens
The Nashville Predators have added some size to their blue line, acquiring 6-7 Hal Gill from the Montreal Canadiens-and, in the process, continued to strengthen the sellers' market as the Feb. 27 NHL trade deadline approaches. Nashville sent forwards Blake Geoffrion, Robert Slaney and second-round pick in 2012 to the Canadiens for Gill and a conditional fifth-round pick.
Boston Bruins - News
Rich Peverley Out 4-6 Weeks with MCL Sprain Boston Bruins General Manager Peter Chiarelli announced today that forward Rich Peverley will be out 4-6 weeks after suffering a third degree MCL sprain in his right knee during the club's game against the Montreal Canadiens on February 15.
‘Arrow’ & Nick Stoller Comedy Add To Casts
EXCLUSIVE: On the heels of casting Gossip Girl, Melrose Place and Supernatural alumna Katie Cassidy as the female lead in the CW's pilot Arrow, another familiar CW face is joining the project.