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Big Shoes to Fill. Shaq retires after 19 years, saying he “didn’t want to hold Boston hostage again.” [NewYorkDailyNews.com]

Seaport Square to Build Solar-Friendly Digs for Investors and Entrepreneurs. “We will be one of the first cities in the world to have [this type of] public innovation center,” says Mayor Menino. [BostonHerald.com]

But This Time Will Be Different. Mitt Romney announces his second run for President today. [CNN.com]

Literary Criticism in 140 Characters. A Northeastern University prof creates a Twitter book club that 6,000 Tweeps joined in the first day. #GoodLuckModerating [WBUR.org]

What’s Worse than Losing Game 1 in the Last 19 Seconds? Getting bit by a Vancouver Canuck — just ask Bruins center Patrice Bergeron. [HuffingtonPost.com]