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Bruins get another victory over Panthers

The Bruins didn’t play their best game. But they clawed out a win against an undermanned but scrappy Florida club.

Martin Luther King Jr. and President Lyndon Johnson at a White House meeting on civil rights in1964. Both are characters in “All the Way.’’

Schenkkan’s ‘All the Way’ to kick off ART season

Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Schenkkan’s play about the first year of Lyndon Baines Johnson’s presidency, will open the American Repertory Theater’s 2013-14 season in September.

Boston Phoenix to close

The Boston Phoenix, which only six months ago reinvented itself from a tabloid-sized weekly, will be closing immediately.

Samsung reveals Galaxy S4

The company kicked up its competition with Apple, introducing a new phone with a 5-inch screen that is set to go on sale in the next quarter.

The film centers on Vegas magicians played by (above, from left) Steve Buscemi, Steve Carell, and Olivia Wilde and their competition, a “street magician” played by Jim Carrey (below).

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Friday Preview | MOVIE REVIEW

Only thing incredible about ‘Wonderstone’ is the hair

“Burt Wonderstone” is a lazy, underwritten imitation Will Ferrell movie — an “Anchorman” rip about a fatuous boob who gets humbled in time for the end credits.

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// Warren waits for her own Senate suite

Elizabeth Warren’s stay in a prefabricated building known around the Senate as “the trailer’’ is expected to last until June.

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// Justin Timberlake’s unfettered, confident new album

“The 20/20 Experience,” which will be released on March 19 after a monthlong publicity onslaught, is the first record Timberlake has made not as a pop star.

// Welker calls Brady ‘a great friend’

Former Patriots wide receiver and new Denver Broncos Wes Welker said at a press conference the “hardest part was leaving Tom [Brady].”


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A 10-year-old views family discord in “Thursday Till Sunday.”

A 10-year-old views family discord in ‘Thursday Till Sunday’

Chilean filmmaker Dominga Sotomayor’s feature debut is beautifully photographed by Bárbara Álvarez, but the dialogue is spare and the pace slow.