Boston Bruins Playoff Talk: Team Is Falling Apart Just Like The Previous Two Seasons

Mar 22 11:36pm
Boston Bruins Playoff Talk: Team Is Falling Apart Just Like The Previous Two Seasons The Boston Bruins playoff potential is all but slipping down the drain with the team now losers of three straight games after losing to the Ottawa Senators on home ice on Tuesday. For this team the game against Ottawa was a […] The post Boston Bruins Playoff Talk: Team Is Falling Apart Just Like The Previous Two Seasons appeared first on Trifecta Sports Network.
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Fire alarm empties Symphony Hall as Ted Koppel is speaking about cybersecurity

Mar 22 9:57pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Shortly after 9 p.m., Donna Halper reported: Ted Koppel is speaking about cyber-security at Symphony Hall when suddenly, fire alarm went off & we all had to evacuate. A few minutes later, though, people were let back in, she reports.
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Owner of Framingham pharmacy that killed 64 convicted of racketeering, acquitted of murder

Mar 22 8:31pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
A federal jury today convicted Barry Cadden, owner of the New England Compounding Center in Framingham, of racketeering and related charges for the fungus-laced drugs that killed 64 people across the country, the US Attorney's office reports. However, the jury acquitted him of second-degree murder charges. Sentencing was set for June 21.
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Hoarding hampers Egleston Square fire response

Mar 22 8:23pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
NBC Boston reports Boston firefighters who responded to what turned into a two-alarm fire at 35 West Walnut Park around 8 a.m. had problems due to the amount of material piled up in the house. Wed, 03/22/2017 - 08:00...
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New England Patriots Draft Talk: Updates on the NFL Draft

Mar 22 7:46pm
New England Patriots Draft Talk: Updates on the NFL Draft for the Patriots The NFL draft is officially a month away from today, March 22nd. There has been plenty of changes since the Scouting Combine that could mean the New England Patriots priorities have now changed moving forward. At this moment, the Patriots have done […] The post New England Patriots Draft Talk: Updates on the NFL Draft appeared first on Trifecta Sports Network.
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Pregame Post-Ups: Turner Could Present Big Problems for Cs

Mar 22 7:08pm The Official Site of the BOSTON CELTICS
Wednesday, March 22 - Pacers at Celtics...
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Ex-head of Peabody youth football league admits stealing nearly $28K

Mar 22 5:56pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
The former head of a youth football and cheering league in Peabody has admitted stealing nearly $28,000 from the organization and using the money on dinners, shopping trips and credit card bills...
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Maine bill would bar discrimination toward climate change doubters

Mar 22 5:52pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
A Republican lawmaker says Maine should outlaw discrimination based on a person's climate change beliefs...
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Leader of massive pyramid scheme gets 6 years in prison

Mar 22 5:46pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
The former chief executive of a telecom company that prosecutors say was really a massive pyramid scheme that cheated nearly 1 million people worldwide out of nearly $1.8 billion has been sentenced to six years in prison...
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Teenage Dream: Billie Eilish strikes an alt-pop pose in colorful video for Bellyache

Mar 22 5:13pm Vanyaland
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West Roxbury restaurant is kaput

Mar 22 3:59pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The Spring Street Cafe on, well, Spring Street, is no more, Boston Restaurant Talk reports. The cafe sold its Boston beer-and-wine license last month.
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Wildlife sanctuaries can't get religious exemptions from property taxes, court rules

Mar 22 3:38pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The Supreme Judicial Court today better defined just what sort of property a religious organization can claim a tax deduction on - and wildlife sanctuaries and buildings entirely rented out to non-religious groups are not included - but cafeterias and gift shops can be. The ruling comes in an appeal by the Shrine of Our Lady of La Salette, which objected to the Attleboro board of assessors demanding $92,292.98 in taxes be paid in 2012 on 110 acres of land on which the Mass. Audubon Society has an easement, a former convent now rented to a safe house for battered women, a shrine welcome center and a shrine storage building The assessors ruled the shrine was only entitled to a partial abatement on the welcome center in part because it included a cafeteria and gift shop and because the shrine sometimes rented the hall out to local groups. The state's highest court ruled that state law on what religious organizations can seek to exempt for taxation specifically bars land or facilities used for purposes other than religious worship or instruction. Wildlife sanctuaries and buildings entirely rented to third parties for non-religious programs do not qualify, the court ruled - adding the shrine might be able to make a case for exemptions under clauses related to non-profit uses more generally. While renting out a building to a safe house for battered women may be a noble cause and stem from the shrine's religious beliefs, the state law on religious exemptions focuses on religious worship and instruction, and letting a third party rent a church building for a safe house does not fall under that, the court ruled, adding: Had the Shrine timely filed the documents required under [the clause related to non-religious non-profit efforts], it might have obtained an exemption for the safe house. The court used similar logic to side with assessors on the wildlife sanctuary, which the shrine said was a place for ecospirituality and religiously contemplative walks: We appreciate that a wildlife sanctuary may be for some a spiritual sanctuary, much as working in a safe house may be for some the realization of a spiritual mission. But the Legislature did not intend either a wildlife sanctuary or a safe house, when used and operated as they were here, to qualify as a house of religious worship. In contrast, the court ruled against Attleboro assessors on their decision to at...
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Seize the Cider

Mar 22 1:31pm Boston Chefs
What happens when the food and beverage brains of Island Creek, The Hawthorne and Far From the Tree Cider put...
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Our Transportation Plan: Go Boston 2030

Mar 22 12:52pm Caught In Southie
Written By Mayor Martin J. Walsh On any given day at any given time, I can look outside my window at City Hall and see our streets alive and bustling. From tourists crossing the street to Faneuil Hall to the cars waiting at the intersection, the Government Center T-stop in City Hall Plaza and the […] The post Our Transportation Plan: Go Boston 2030 appeared first on Caught In Southie.
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Boston En Masse returns in 2017 with two-stage, all-day festival at ONCE Ballroom

Mar 22 12:23pm Vanyaland
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Laughs for Lizzie

Mar 22 12:20pm Caught In Southie
Written by Christopher Anderson “Laughs for Lizzie” is being held to raise money and awareness for Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) for the PKD Foundation and will feature local Boston comedian Christine Hurley. The fundraiser takes place April 27, 2017 at the McKeon Post (4 Hill Top Street Dorchester, MA) from 7pm-11pm. This fundraiser was created to support the […] The post Laughs for Lizzie appeared first on Caught In Southie.
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Welcome Home: Saint Etienne announce new album, unveil slinky pop single Heather

Mar 22 11:52am Vanyaland
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New owners of North Station sports bar would ditch sports, cater to area's new well heeled residents

Mar 22 11:02am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The Boston Licensing Board tomorrow decides whether to allow the transformation of the North Star, 222 Friend St. into a calmer, quieter professional establishment aimed at the sort of people filling the new apartments sprouting like mushrooms around North Station, rather than rowdier Celtics and Bruins fans. Timothy Bartolomeu and his business partners want to buy the current bar and turn it into the Rogue Lounge, which his lawyer said would provide a more professional, calm lounge experience that would mirror the significant investments made in this part of the city of Boston. He added, however, that the new lounge would undergo only minor cosmetic changes before opening. The concept is a welcome change for the neighborhood, Maria Lanza, the mayor's liaison for the area, told the board.
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Boston Bruins Playoff Hopes Are Slipping Away with Loss To Ottawa Senators

Mar 22 11:00am
Bruins must not like playoff hockey The Boston Bruins faced the second place Ottawa senators for the third time this season giving Ottawa the season series. Boston needed to win this game to help their playoff chances. Recap Once again the Bruins out shot their opponent. Boston had 36 shots to Ottawas 22 but yet […] The post Boston Bruins Playoff Hopes Are Slipping Away with Loss To Ottawa Senators appeared first on Trifecta Sports Network.
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Roxbury mosque to open cafe in part so non-Muslim neighbors can better get to know them

Mar 22 10:51am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center plans to open a cafe in its mosque at 100 Malcolm X Blvd in Roxbury Crossing. At a hearing before the Boston Licensing Board this morning, one mosque official said part of the reason for the cafe is so the public can begin to come in and meet our congregation - times are such, they are difficult. The cafe, which would be open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday, would serve a variety of dishes from the countries from which mosque members come. The board decides tomorrow whether to grant a food-serving license. The mayor's office and the offices of at-large City Councilors Ayanna Pressley and Annissa Essaibi-George supported the proposal. Nobody spoke against.
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Needs Met: Kickstarter launched to save Brooklyn DIY venue and recording space Shea Stadium

Mar 22 10:24am Vanyaland
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Boston Red Sox Roster Predictions For The 2017 MLB Season

Mar 22 10:00am
Boston Red Sox Roster Predictions For The 2017 MLB Season The Boston Red Sox roster is entering its first season since 2002 that the name David Ortiz will not appear on the 40-man-roster. Despite that fact Red Sox fans should not worry, there is a team in place for the 2017 season that can compete […] The post Boston Red Sox Roster Predictions For The 2017 MLB Season appeared first on Trifecta Sports Network.
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State to look at building dog park near Forest Hills T stop

Mar 22 9:59am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
On the heels of a tense meeting on a proposed giant dog park in Hyde Park, DCR officials return to Boston's southern tier in a couple weeks to discuss putting a dog park on the Southwest Corridor off Anson Street, a couple blocks north of the Arborway. City Councilor Matt O'Malley, who first proposed a dog park somewhere in the corridor, posts the meeting notice: 6:30 p.m. at English High School.
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617 Sessions reveals launch party at Hojoko with Dutch ReBelle, Party Bois, and DJ Leah V

Mar 22 9:55am Vanyaland
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Who's uncooperative? We're uncooperative, at least with ICE

Mar 22 9:54am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
WGBH reports that ICE has labeled nine New England communities a uncooperative when it comes to just handing over undocumented aliens. Boston, Cambridge and Somerville all made the list. Vestigial Suffolk County, though, doesn't make the list - perhaps because, as we learned from the story of the two Irish guys from Quincy, the Suffolk County sheriff's department continues to stow immigrants in exchange for ICE payments.
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Make Way for Turkeys

Mar 22 9:40am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
This is not how I remember 'Make Way for Ducklings', Gedalia Pasternak thought while watching a bus on Mass. Ave in Harvard Square making way for passing poultry this morning.
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Sunrise and sea spray

Mar 22 9:35am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Fignaz watched the sunrise at Brant Rock in Marshfield this morning.
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Boston Underground Film Festival preview: Prevenge, 68 Kill, Most Beautiful Island and more

Mar 22 9:07am Vanyaland
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Emma Stone and Steve Carell's 'Battle of the Sexes' has a release date

Mar 22 8:36am Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
The biopic chronicling the tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs will hit theaters later this year.
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Mass Effect: Lady Pills and Michael Christmas playing Lollapalooza this summer

Mar 22 8:19am Vanyaland
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Residents evacuated when one wall of their building collapses in South Boston

Mar 22 8:11am Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Building collapse at 62 O Street South Boston. Load bearing wall collapsed. All residents evacuated. @universalhub @doogs1227 pic.twitter.com/YpACINoxEj — Rick Macomber (@boston\_camera) March 22, 2017 Rick Macomber captured the scene at 62 O Street, where a wall gave way overnight.
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Patriots Trade Rumor: Cleveland Browns Poised To Go After Jimmy Garoppolo Again

Mar 22 8:00am
Patriots Trade Rumor: Cleveland Browns Poised To Go After Jimmy Garoppolo Again Here we go again, another New England Patriots trade rumor involving back-up quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo. The initial trade rumor conversation started after the season ended with Jimmy’s high potential value on the current market. But those initial trade rumors were all but shut […] The post Patriots Trade Rumor: Cleveland Browns Poised To Go After Jimmy Garoppolo Again appeared first on Trifecta Sports Network.
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Building Collapse in Southie

Mar 22 7:12am Caught In Southie
Early Wednesday morning, a load bearing wall collapsed at 62 O Street in Southie.  Resident of the building were evacuated.  No one was hurt.  Building inspectors will be investigating the scene.  More to follow. The post Building Collapse in Southie appeared first on Caught In Southie.
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See It Before Its Gone: Allison Paschke at AS220

Mar 22 7:08am Big Red & Shiny
Providence artist Allison Paschke can be disobedient in museums. Sometimes, she’ll find a sculpture or object irresistible, and smooth her hand carefully over its surface. In her latest exhibit at AS220 Project Space, Paschke extends this “mischievous glee” to her viewers. She offers a rejoinder to the usual gallery signage, the typical prohibitions on contact, [...]...
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Fenway residents fed up with clowns who park in resident-only spots, but they should maybe be more careful

Mar 21 10:40pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
Sasha found this on her car - which was parked very definitely in a non-resident spot near the Whole Foods and BSO. Seriously, Fenway residents?!...
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State proposes turning nearly a third of Boston's only large forest into a woodsy dog park

Mar 21 10:22pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
DCR Commissioner Leo Roy tonight unveiled a proposal to set aside all of Stony Brook Reservation west of Enneking Parkway - 140 acres of the 475-acre forest - for a dog park that would feature about a three-acre area of fenced-in play space and several miles of trails through the woods where owners could let their dogs roam free. It's 140 acres in the city of Boston, that's pretty incredible, Roy enthused to a crowd of about 75, after first shocking residents by saying the reason DCR would abandon plans to rehab the old Thompson Center along West Smithfield Road into a park that could serve both dog owners and others was because of a law, passed in 1967, that seems to forbid the spending of any money on the Thompson Center except to support recreational uses for kids with disabilities. The center has been closed for close to two decades. Under the proposal created by a landscaping design firm hired by DCR, all the land between from Enneking Parkway on the east and West Boundary Road on the west and from Washington Street in the north to Dedham Parkway in the south would go to the dogs. A small parking lot and a grassy area across from Turtle Pond - now used by the MWRA to store equipment for its project - would be turned into a parking lot with some 30 parking spaces and would be the entrance for the fenced-in part. A smaller parking lot on Dedham Parkway would let dog owners and their pets get into the more wild trails from the south, although they could also access the trails from the Enneking Parkway lot. Roy said this would create the first dog park in Boston's southern half. Association members demanded to know why Roy was only now telling them about the 1967 law, when they'd been working with DCR for five years on a Thompson Center plan. We just became aware of [the law], Roy said. One resident asked how DCR had become aware of the law. We heard it from the legislative delegation, he said. Roy did not get more specific, but the only local legislator who has ever expressed any negative feelings about the Thompson Center proposal is state Rep. Angelo Scaccia (D-Hyde Park) - who has been fighting the plans to end the Thompson Center's current role as a feces-laden shooting gallery for the more mobile local drug addicts. Neither Scaccia nor any other elected official attended tonight's meeting at the Hyde Park municipal building, although he and...
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Bruins fall 3-2 to Senators in third straight loss

Mar 21 10:20pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Kyle Turris scored twice and Craig Anderson made 33 saves as the Ottawa Senators beat the Boston Bruins 3-2 to end a four-game losing streak...
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Ticket Giveaway: Saba (3/30)

Mar 21 10:17pm Sound of Boston – Boston Music Blog
Chicago rapper and producer Saba will be performing at Brighton Music Hall on Thursday, March 30th at 8:00 pm. We have two tickets to give away for one lucky winner! We caught Saba at his sold-out Middle East show back in November last year, when he proved he commands the stage. Saba has gained widespread recognition with his verse in […] The post Ticket Giveaway: Saba (3/30) appeared first on Sound of Boston - Boston Music Blog.
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Chris Sununu nominates Manchester attorney for AG

Mar 21 10:00pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Republican New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu (soo-NOO'-noo) has made his choice for the state's next attorney general...
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Lawmakers eye protection for NH towns that postponed elections

Mar 21 9:56pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
A New Hampshire Senate committee passed the buck Tuesday on whether to ratify the results of town elections postponed by last week's snowstorm...
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Brockton company, owner pay $150,000 for hiding campaign donations

Mar 21 9:54pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
A Brockton business owner and his construction company have paid $150,000 for disguising the true source of campaign contributions...
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Sean Spicer slipped a joke about Tom Brady's jersey into his press briefing

Mar 21 9:24pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Attention, Sean Spicer — your New England is showing. The White House secretary, who hails from Rhode Island is a vocal New England Patriots fan, took a jab at the press during his briefing on Tuesday. “I am very happy that the individual in the press corps who took Tom Brady’s jersey, that that has […]...
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Ticket Giveaway: Bombadil & Gentle Temper (4/4)

Mar 21 9:23pm Sound of Boston – Boston Music Blog
Two years after a major band shake-up, North Carolina folk-pop trio Bombadil is back! After several years of musical exploration, Daniel Michalak, James Phillips, and newest-member Stacy Harden have released their latest album, Fences, presenting themselves as a band reborn. Bombadil’s sound is pure and eccentric, with powerful harmonies and enchanting folk melodies. Joined by […] The post Ticket Giveaway: Bombadil & Gentle Temper (4/4) appeared first on Sound of Boston - Boston Music Blog.
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Boston and 4 other Massachusetts cities included on ICE's first sanctuary city list

Mar 21 8:57pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Five Massachusetts cities, including Boston, are among the jurisdictions listed as uncooperative in a new public list released by federal immigration officials Monday. The first weekly “detainer” report issued by the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Custom Enforcement agency includes 96 towns, cities, counties, and prisons that have enacted policies limiting cooperation with federal […]...
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Maine student busted after taking baby gators into taxi

Mar 21 8:34pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
A student at a University of Maine campus is in trouble for taking his five baby pet alligators inside a taxicab...
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Princess Diary: This edit seamlessly segues the end of Rogue One into A New Hope

Mar 21 8:08pm Vanyaland
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Watch the new minute-by-minute video account of the alleged Tom Brady jersey thief after the Super Bowl

Mar 21 5:53pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Fox Sports reporter Jay Glazer says the footage was instrumental to the recovery of Brady's stolen jersey.
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Watch the trailer for All These Sleepless Nights and get lost in the optimism of clubland

Mar 21 5:45pm Vanyaland
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Man named in Tom Brady jersey case sought autographs, selfies

Mar 21 5:30pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
The Mexican media executive suspected of stealing Tom Brady's jersey went to the Super Bowl as a working journalist but spent the week collecting selfies and autographs from football greats...
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Apple cuts prices on lower-end iPads, releases red iPhones

Mar 21 5:00pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Apple is cutting prices on two iPad models and introducing red iPhones, but the company held back on updating its higher-end iPad Pro tablets...
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Writer's lawsuit says Disney copied his plans for 'Zootopia'

Mar 21 4:50pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
A screenwriter and producer is suing Walt Disney Pictures claiming the studio copied his ideas for the Oscar-winning animated film Zootopia. ...
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Maine in Manhattan: Marsden Hartley landscapes at Met Breuer

Mar 21 4:42pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
A little bit of Maine has come to a Manhattan museum with the opening of Marsden Hartley's Maine. ...
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How the ban on electronic carry-ons from certain airports screws Logan

Mar 21 4:41pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
The government's quietly announced ban on electronic carry-ons from certain foreign airports on certain airlines could have a harsh impact on three airlines that have ramped up their operations at Logan Airport in recent years, because the ban could cause business travelers, who pay more for the ability to work in flight, to seek other ways to the US. The ban covers flights on Emirates Airlines, which started flying to and from Logan in 2014 and Qatar Airways, which began flying to and from Logan in 2016. A third airline, Etihad Airways of Abu Dhabi, shares booking with JetBlue, which has turned Logan into one of its US hubs. Matthew George writes: Laptop ban is disastrous for Boston - huge growth from Mid East carriers driving expon. growth of BOS's JetBlue hub. The Washington Post, which notes the ban on carry-on laptops seems to have little actual security rationale - because the laptops can still be checked on a flight - wonders if the real reason is to punish airlines the government thinks are unfairly subsidized by their home governments, such as Emirates and Qatar.
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The Blaze's Tomi Lahren off-air after backing abortion right

Mar 21 4:32pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Conservative commentator Tomi Lahren was absent from the air of Glenn Beck's The Blaze days after declaring her support for abortion rights...
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Bill Weld says Trump's tweets are like wiggly nightcrawlers

Mar 21 4:11pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
A lesson on modern journalism, courtesy of the former Massachusetts governor.
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Remains of soldier reported MIA in 1950 are returning home

Mar 21 3:54pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
The remains of an Army medic from Massachusetts who was reported missing in action during the Korean War are returning home for burial...
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MIT will reward your disobedience with $250,000

Mar 21 3:53pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
If you have a tendency to break the rules, you could be eligible for a big payout from MIT – $250,000, to be exact. The MIT Media Lab is accepting applications for its first-ever “Disobedience Award,” which will honor a person or group that has engaged in an act of disobedience for the benefit of the greater […]...
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This Back Bay store was caught selling alcohol to more than 120 minors

Mar 21 3:45pm Boston.com - Local breaking news, sports, and culture
Boston officials caught more than 120 minors with alcohol purchased from the Quality Mart in Back Bay during St. Patrick’s Day weekend. The Massachusetts Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission (ABCC) rang in the holiday weekend by kicking off its “Operation Safe Spring” campaign,  a statewide effort to crack down on underage drinking. Their first stop was Quality […]...
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Hot Damn: Bjork, Missy Elliott, NIN, and Frank Ocean to headline FYF Fest in Los Angeles

Mar 21 2:13pm Vanyaland
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Airbnb better not be trying to astroturf Cambridge city council, councilors warn

Mar 21 1:46pm Universal Hub - All Boston, all the time
You won't like us when we're mad, councilors exclaim over petition asking them to set regulations for Airbnb and its ilk.
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