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Boston Marathon 2013

City Life

Brokers Try to Profit From Aziz Ansari’s Benefit Show

Workers at The Wilbur Theatre were “disgusted” that brokers were trying to make a profit from the sales of tickets to a comedian’s benefit show […]

City Life

Then and Now: Boylston, Copley, and Other Areas Impacted by the Marathon Bombings

Now that Boylston Street and Copley Square have reopened after being closed off to the public for more than a week, we’ve been able to […]

Arts & Entertainment

Aziz Ansari to Perform Benefit Show for Boston Marathon Victims

This Sunday, actor-comedian Aziz Ansari will be in Boston to perform a benefit show for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. Not only will […]

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Waltham-Based Robotics Company Lends ‘Arm’ During Bomb Searches

Before the brave men and women of local law enforcement moved in to clear the crime scene in Watertown, after a brazen shootout with marathon […]

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Behind #BacktoBackBay’s Unofficial Website

With Boylston Street reopened Wednesday morning, people spent the day promoting a movement to bring consumers #BacktoBackBay (to borrow the language of Twitter). Boylston businesses […]

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Photos: Boston Marathon Memorial at Copley Square

With Boylston Street up and running as of 3 a.m. this morning, a section of Copley Square, only feet away from the now fading finish […]

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Boylston Street Opens Back Up to the Public More Than a Week After Bombings

Business was booming on Boylston Street on Wednesday as the general public, retail shops, and restaurants were welcomed back to the area a week-and-a-half after […]

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The Philanthropy Power Players Behind One Fund Boston

Last Tuesday, just a day after the Boston Marathon bombings, Deval Patrick and Tom Menino announced the creation of The One Fund Boston. The goal: […]

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Everyone Wants to Run Next Year’s Boston Marathon

In the wake of last Monday’s attack, many, many, many people resolved to run next year’s Boston Marathon. Google Trends shows how much more interest than […]

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Marathon Suspect’s Widow In ‘Absolute Shock’ About the Bombings

The widow of alleged Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, the older brother who was killed after a shoot out with police in the streets […]

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The Legal Process Begins for Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

On Monday, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was charged from his hospital bed with the use of a weapon of mass destruction, resulting in death, as well as […]

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One Fund Distributions Will Be Allocated Quickly

Boston is starting to heal. The city shared a moment of silence on Monday and is making steps to reopen Boylston Street and Copley Square. […]

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Hundreds of Comics, Watches Donated to Patients at Children’s Hospital

The wards at Boston Children’s Hospital are about to get more animated. After finding out that multiple victims of the Boston Marathon bombing were children, […]

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Watertown Man Flooded With Offers to Fix, Replace His Beloved Boat

The owner of the boat that Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev used as a hideout could end up with a brand new vessel. After […]

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With Admitted Student Weekends Disrupted, Universities Went Online

As universities shuttered their campuses and canceled activities during Friday’s lockdown, prospective students who had come from around the country for open house visits suddenly […]