Obama’s energy pick discloses industry ties

Ernest Moniz, a world-renowned physicist who directs the MIT Energy Initiative, has come under scrutiny over his ties to oil and gas companies.

Wedding for recipient of country’s first face transplant

A Texas man who received the first full face transplant in the country at Brigham and Women’s Hospital was married in the church where he was injured.

Nathan Horton scored the Bruins lone goal, past Ilya Bryzgalov.

Flyers 3, Bruins 1

Bruins lose disappointingly

The Bruins, facing an undermanned Philadelphia squad, submitted one of their more careless performances of the season.

Says Dustin Pedroia of John Farrell: “He’s very strong-toned. It’s not that guys fear him, but I think they respect him so much that forces them to believe in what he wants us to do. It’s very helpful.”

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In John Farrell, Red Sox finally found their man

Farrell carries high expectations from players, ownership and fans. The Globe’s full MLB 2013 preview section will be published tomorrow.

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Derrick Z. Jackson

March Madness brings vast graduation gaps

The NCAA must crack down on the schools that try to get away with chronic disparities. Anything less means it still is willing to live with exploitation and tokenism.

Students take a swing dance lesson at Savaria Dance Studio in Norwood. Many say they are attracted by the benefits of dancing.

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Everybody gets footloose

Half art, half sport. That is how dance teacher Petr Dubovsky describes ballroom dance.

Laura Knight, “Flying the Kite.” 1910, oil on canvas.

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‘Edwardian Opulence’ at the Yale Center for British Art

The exhibit at the Yale Center for British Art wonderfully surveys high-end visual culture in the Edwardian age, roughly 1900 to 1914.

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//c.o0bg.com/rf/image_90x90/Boston/2011-2020/2013/03/30/BostonGlobe.com/Travel/Images/Boston%20or%20Fitchburg--90x90.jpg A family bike trip from Montreal to Boston

A weeklong, 400-mile cycling trip from Montreal to Boston brought a family through scenic southern Quebec, Vt., N.H., and finally Mass.


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The Sox have decided on 24 of the 25 players they’ll start the season with. The final spot is being held for Jackie Bradley Jr., but it’s not quite his yet.

Jackie Bradley Jr. remains in limbo for Red Sox

The Sox have decided on 24 of the 25 players they’ll start the season with. The final spot is being held for Bradley, but it’s not quite his yet.


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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.