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  • They were calling Boston's never-ending roadworks “The Big Dig” and signs dotted around various large holes in the ground promised: It'll be worth it.

    The Killing Kind

  • Sara Ross, owner of Kickass Cupcakes in Somerville, can claim the title of Boston's original cupcake queen.

    Boston.com Top Stories

  • On a recent Tuesday evening, the students of Emerson Social Media—or #ESM, as the students refer to it on Twitter and elsewhere online—settled on the concept of a Twitter-based scavenger hunt to help spread the word among Boston's college population about Sprint.

    Here, Tweeting Is a Class Requirement

  • The Orioles won shortly after umpire Scott Barry called Boston's Jacoby Ellsbury out at first base, but changed the call to safe after consulting with the crew chief.

    SFGate: Don Asmussen: Bad Reporter

  • Andrew Ference and David Krejci each had a goal and an assist during Boston's four-goal second period, Tim Thomas made 40 saves, and the Bruins beat the Canucks 8-1 in Game 3 on Monday night, trimming Vancouver's series lead to 2-1.

    Bruins Crush Canucks 8-1 In Game 3 Of Stanley Cup Finals

  • The Yankees were going to face Boston's top three of Jon Lester, Clay Buchholz and comeback player candidate Josh Beckett, but Buchholz was moved to Friday with back issues.

    Yankees, Sox Are Finally Looking Like Their Old Selves

  • Boston's Carl Crawford, the pricey offseason signing, is hitting only .248 with a paltry eight steals.

    Yankees, Sox Are Finally Looking Like Their Old Selves

  • Masefield says his involvement in charitable work has given him a new outlook on the downtrodden that he encounters as he makes the rounds of Boston's singles bars.

    Yuppies Fight Callous Image With "Tap Your Laptop" Day

  • According to Moody's Economy.com, state budget problems and a restructuring in the financial services sector could weaken Boston's growth in the short run, but it's expected to pick up by the end of the year.

    America's Best And Worst Job Markets

  • The Rosetta Stone in the British Museum has long been on Mr. Hawass's wish list, along with the Zodiac Ceiling in the Louvre and statues in Boston's Museum of Fine Arts and museums in Hildesheim, Germany, and Turin, Italy.

    Egypt's Antiquities Fall Victim to the Mob

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