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Boston Marathon 2013

City Life

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Pleads ‘Not Guilty’ During Federal Court Appearance [Updated]

Outside the federal courtroom where Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appeared for the first time in front of a judge, people supporting the victims and […]

Arts & Entertainment

Dear Hollywood, It’s Too Soon To Promote The Boston Marathon Bombings Movie

Less than three short months after the tragic events at the Boston Marathon, wounds are still healing, both figuratively and literally, for many people in […]

City Life

‘The Fighter’ Screenwriters Bought Rights to a Boston Marathon Movie

You knew it was coming. Deadline Hollywood reports that screenwriters Eric Johnson and Paul Tamasy, who wrote “The Fighter,” have optioned the film rights to an upcoming book […]

City Life

The New York Times Takes an Intimate Look at Jeff Bauman

Jeff Bauman became famous because he was photographed during his darkest moment, but since then, we’ve mostly glimpsed his progress during instances of triumph. He met […]

Arts & Entertainment

Ben Affleck to Present Boston Marathon Runners Dick and Rick Hoyt with an ESPY

The organizers of the ESPN’S Excellence in Sports Performance Yearly Awards (or ESPYS) confirmed that Ben Affleck will present two legendary Boston Marathon runners with […]

City Life

Boston Man Arrested For Filing Fraudulent Request For One Fund Money

Authorities arrested a Boston man on Tuesday after he allegedly submitted a claim to the One Fund, using his deceased aunt’s name, in order to […]

Wellness

BU Surveying How the Marathon Bombings Affected Children

Boston University’s School of Education researchers are surveying parents and teachers from Watertown and Framingham about how the Boston Marathon bombings and the lockdown affected and continues to affect […]

City Life

Boston Bombing Suspect: ‘I Can’t Stand to See Such Evil Go Unpunished’

Federal officials claim that in the hours that Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev laid in hiding inside dry-docked boat in Watertown, he wrote a message on […]

Wellness

Two Months After Bombings, PTSD Is A Concern

In many ways, it’s hard to believe that the bombing at the Boston Marathon finish line was two months ago. Sometimes it feels like they […]

City Life

Head of Boston’s FBI Office Announces Retirement

The top FBI official who was in charge of the Boston Marathon bombing investigations, implemented unique tactics to help capture famed criminal James “Whitey” Bulger, […]

City Life

Experts Say Social Media Has Changed How People Identify With High-Profile Suspects

Since Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was identified, arrested, and ultimately imprisoned, for allegedly setting off explosives along the marathon route with his older brother, […]

City Life

The New York Post’s Non-Bombing Suspects Sue the New York Post

Remember those two “BAG MEN” to whom the New York Post devoted its cover three days after the Boston Marathon? You probably don’t, because hours […]

One Run for Boston
Wellness

Runners Needed for the One Run for Boston

On April 15, three runners from the U.K.—Jamie Hay, Danny Bent, and Kate Treleaven—had been at work for six weeks planning a global relay race. […]

Wellness

The Guys Running From D.C. to Boston are in Philly

Update: At 7:05 a.m. on Friday morning, Fumich and Nelson were in New Haven, Conn. and look to be in good shape to make their finishing […]

City Life

A Methuen Teen’s Facebook Status Has Kept Him in Jail for Three Weeks

When 18-year-old Methuen High student Cameron D’Ambrosio was arrested for posting rap lyrics to his Facebook that implied he wanted to outdo the Boston Marathon […]