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State legislative leaders, downbeat for days about the prospects of reaching a compromise on legislation to expand gambling, were more optimistic late yesterday that a deal was within reach. (By Andrea Estes and Noah Bierman, Globe Staff)
A special international partnership will make the Peabody Essex Museum the first place in the world to display a group of 90 imperial objects from a hidden Chinese palace complex inside Beijing's Forbidden City. (By Geoff Edgers, Globe Staff)
Senator Kerry’s yacht issues may be considered just a minor stumble. But in a state that has just elected a new US senator with the carefully-crafted image of a pickup-driving, barn jacket-wearing common man, Kerry now seems likely to be perceived as ever more out of touch, political analysts said. (By Sarah Schweitzer and Marissa Lang, Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent)
Boston is finally slated to get its own downtown public food market — a showcase for dozens of New England agricultural businesses that will sell locally grown produce, artisan cheeses, seafood, and meats. (By Casey Ross, Globe Staff)
Designs unveiled for a $60 million institute named for the late senator Edward M. Kennedy show a simple, angular building that will sit in the shadow of its iconic neighbor, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. (By Andrew Ryan, Globe Staff)
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