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Inside the mind of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev

Suspect tweeted about Nutella, his kitten and, after the bombing, being a "stress free kind of guy." Full story

Why Music Moves Us

Universal emotions like anger, sadness and happiness are expressed nearly the same in both music and movement across cultures, according to new research. Full story

Driver lands in construction site hole

  A 79-year-old man accidentally drove into a hole at a construction site in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia this weekend.'s Dara Brown reports.

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  Robert Frost talks education on Meet the Press

Legendary poet Robert Frost -- who was a Dartmouth dropout, turned college professor – told the MTP panel that he was “radical” about education.

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John Alves

In this Saturday, Dec. 19, 2009 photo, John Alves, of Dartmouth, Mass., uses a basket while taking collection during Mass at St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church in New Bedford, Mass. A study on the generosity of Americans, released Monday, Aug. 20, 2012, by the Chronicle of Philanthropy, foun