Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Globe Staff April 28, 2013 For five indelible days, the unthinkable became routine in Boston. And no one felt that more than the police and agents mounting the largest manhunt in regional history and parsing its most complex crime scene. It took a cast of thousands — also courage, sacrifice, teamwork, and luck — to crack the case. But they did it. . . . A quiet afternoon in his garden beckoned as Governor Deval Patrick left the finish line of the Boston Marathon. After crowning the men’s and women’s winners with wreaths of laurel, he headed home to Milton around 1 p.m., looking forward to working in the dirt. Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis stayed at the race until 1:30. He was watching runners cross the finish line, but also surveying security measures at America’s oldest and most famous road race, including teams of dogs and more than … [Read more...] about 102 hours in pursuit of Marathon bombing suspects
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GRAFTON — She wrote by hand in her journal for hours that night, alone in her room, listening to punk and alt-rock songs on a playlist she had entitled “goodbye.”Then she gathered her winter boots, her purple coat, the water bottle she brought everywhere, and the two volumes of her journal, the running chronicle of her hidden inner struggle. This book is my garden, she had written the month before. I don’t grow much. A lot of weeds overrun it. The soil is rocky. She slipped through the house while her family slept, early on a cold Monday in March. She moved the hallway rug so the door to the garage wouldn’t rub over it and make a noise.At 12:58 a.m., a GPS track of her phone would later show, she stepped out into the dark. I care more about this notebook than I care about my life at times. This is organic and imperfect and nobody cares about it but me. It doesn’t have to live up to anyone’s standard. Not even mine. She had silently debated the … [Read more...] about Secrets of a Lost Girl
Dear Jim: I like natural light and thought I could save some electricity on lighting by installing a skylight or tubular skylight. Switch type is better? — Cari H.Dear Cari: Although the amount of electricity used for lighting in the typical house is only a fraction of that for heat, cooling and water heating, it still constitutes a significant annual cost. Using more natural lighting instead of light bulbs is not difficult to accomplish. Also, at the same brightness, most people can see much better under natural light than under artificial light.If saving electricity is your primary concern, then replacing all your light bulbs with LEDs is the least expensive option. Although not as natural as true sunlight, the higher temperature ones, 4000 degrees Kelvin rating, produce a more natural light. Also, ones with a high CRI, or color rendition index, make colors looks more realistic.A tubular skylight is generally a more efficient and less expensive choice than a traditional … [Read more...] about Tubular skylights offer efficient, less expensive way to get natural light
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Theater Lin-Manuel Miranda On Disney, Mixtapes And Why He Won't Try To Top 'Hamilton' Listen · 34:05 34:05 Toggle more options Download Embed Embed <iframe src="https://www.npr.org/player/embed/572622911/573563773" width="100%" height="290" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" title="NPR embedded audio player"> Transcript Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email Miranda says he doesn't feel the need to duplicate the success of Hamilton. "If you think in terms of topping, you're in the wrong business," he says. Originally broadcast Jan. 3, 2017. Hear The Original Interview Theater Lin-Manuel Miranda On Disney, Mixtapes And Why He Won't Try To Top 'Hamilton' TERRY GROSS, HOST: This is FRESH AIR. I'm Terry Gross. This week, we're doing a holiday series featuring some of our favorite interviews of the year. Today - my interview with Lin-Manuel Miranda, which we first broadcast January 3. Miranda had already left his starring role as … [Read more...] about Lin-Manuel Miranda On Disney, Mixtapes And Why He Won’t Try To Top ‘Hamilton’