E-mail a thing of past for business, young

With billions of e-mails shooting around the world every day, clogging accounts everywhere, many are recoiling from the torrent.


A good cry in digital isolation

The 24/7 regime of screens and headphones changes how we think and interact in ways that we’re just barely beginning to perceive, let alone understand.

“I’ve been looking at her letters, her e-mails, her messages. I’ve been looking at her pictures from her birth right up to her 17th birthday,’’ said Katherine Cremin, as she sat teary-eyed in her Stoneham apartment. “I can still see her funeral. I want answers. Who killed my daughter?”

18 years later, still no answers in Deanna Cremin’s death

For 18 years, Katherine Cremin has pored over the pages of the photo album of her daughter Deanna’s life, searching for clues to her murder.

N. Korea in 'a state of war' with S. Korea

North Korea warned Seoul and threatened to shut down a factory that’s the last major symbol of inter-Korean cooperation.

Mayor Thomas M. Menino waved goodbye at Boston’s Faneuil Hall after announcing he would not run for mayor again.

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How Mayor Menino decided it was time to go

After his own appraisal of his physical limitations, 70-year-old Thomas M. Menino decided two weeks ago he couldn’t continue to run Boston the way he wanted.

The Rev. Shawn Allen, pastor of St. Theresa of Lisieux Church, with deacon Phil Dibello (left) at a Palm Sunday Mass last week.

Globe North | Sunday Preview

Hope for a renewed spirit

Billerica Catholics prepare for Easter and for the merging of three parishes as part of a reorganization of the Archdiocese of Boston.

Video | Spotlight preview

Driven to the Edge: A Globe Spotlight investigation

A nine-month investigation coming Sunday has found that the cab industry in Boston is a world of common payoffs and driver exploitation.


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Celtics 118, Hawks 107

Celtics coach Doc Rivers gave Paul Pierce a hand after his triple-double of 20 points, 10 rebounds, and 10 assists.

Paul Pierce leads Celtics past Hawks

Pierce registered his third triple-double of the season (20 points, 10 assists, and 10 rebounds) and the Celtics won, 118-107.


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Television REview

Jeremy Piven stars as Harry Selfridge, an American retailer in early 1900s London, in the “Masterpiece Classic” miniseries.

Piven not good as gold in ‘Mr. Selfridge’

There are many good things in “Mr. Selfridge,” a new PBS miniseries. But the star of the whole enterprise, Jeremy Piven, is miscast.

Globe Insiders

Globe Talk | April 3

//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/03/22/BostonGlobe.com/Special/Images/CalhounHOFHeadshot.jpg A conversation with Jim Calhoun

Subscribers can attend an evening with Connecticut’s legendary former men’s basketball coach Jim Calhoun, moderated by Bob Ryan.