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Roslindale mystery mounts with death of third person Woman found last week at Roslyn Apartments succumbs to unknown illness Police still investigating what killed two men hours earlier at same Boston Housing complex Official says testing could take weeks {page 04} NICOLAUS CZARNECKI/METRO

MBTA. Later service.

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Bruins back to the grind after short break Team opens up brutal stretch tonight against Lightning in Tampa {page 17}

Suffolk University students Joel Edwards, 29, and Funsho Owojori, 20, have started the social media campaign “Stay Up Boston” in an effort to get MBTA service extended to 3 a.m., seven days a week. {page 02}

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Even with 38 new chemists joining the state’s crime labs, it will be at least two years before the criminal evidence backlog begins to recede, Undersecretary of Forensic Science and Technology Curtis Wood said. “The backlog grows every day,” Wood told the Joint Ways and Means Committee gathered to discuss the judiciary and public safety budgets. Exacerbating the situation are the actions of Annie Dookhan, the former chemist at the now shuttered Hinton drug lab, who allegedly identified drugs by sight alone and manipulated evidence. SHNS

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Suffolk U students to T: Stay open later and take us home Pair of students launch Boston Stay Up Grassroots social media group’s aim is for late-night service every day Say it’s a right in big city

Times moves to sell Boston Globe BOSTON. The New York Times

Co. is formally exploring a sale of the Boston Globe, its only remaining business outside the core New York Times media brand, two people familiar with the matter said. The publisher is working with Evercore Partners Inc. as an adviser for a possible sale, said the people, who asked not to be named because they weren’t authorized to speak publicly. Eileen Murphy, a spokeswoman for Times Co., declined to comment, as did an Evercore representative. BLOOMBERG

CNN interviews NRA president in Cambridge CAMBRIDGE. The head of the National Rifle Association was at the center of a discussion on gun control last night during a televised interview in Cambridge. NRA President David Keene was interviewed by CNN’s chief national correspondent and Massachusetts native John King at Harvard Kennedy School, according to universal officials. The forum happened just hours after Suffolk University held a panel discussion on gun violence. The Kennedy School distributed tickets for the event via a lottery system earlier this month. METRO

A pair of Suffolk University students recently launched Boston Stay Up, a grassroots social media push for later T service, seven days a week. Their plan: “make enough noise to wake up the city.” “As a lifelong Boston resident, I’ve seen the city grow. I definitely want Boston to have the nightlife it deserves,” said Joel Edwards, a 29-year-old entrepreneurship student. Edwards joined forces with 20-year-old marketing student Funsho Owojori earlier this month to launch Boston Stay Up on social media. They hope to gain a strong following, then make a case to transportation officials. “There are times I’ve had to walk home at 2 a.m., and it’s uncomfortable,” said Owojori, who dismisses the option of taking a cab as too expensive. “The T is a public setting with added security. There are cameras and police officers.” The MBTA would run until 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays

T riders ‘make noise’ on Boston Stay Up “The amount of drunk drivers is ridiculous in Boston, I walk home late from my job and it is insane how many people are speeding or swerving, there needs to be

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“The cost of living is increasing, period. ... If we’re going to pay more to live here, I feel we should have the same benefit as other cities.” EDWARDS

another way of transit for these people, taxis just don’t cut it, they are way too expensive and the hassle of finding one is ridiculously challenging even with calling ahead.” CAREESE PETERS “This is necessary. This will save young college students money versus taking a cab home after they go out for the night or, more precari-

under Gov. Deval Patrick’s proposed 10-year transit plan. “Given the strain on the MBTA’s limited resources, the [T] cannot even consider an extension of service hours before action is taken on [the plan],” T spokesman Joe Pesaturo said in response to Stay Up Boston. But the students want service to run until about 3 a.m., seven days a week, not just on the weekend. “People who work in restaurants or in clubs get out of work late even on weekdays.

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“Now this is one cause I can say I’m 100% for. Extend late night service!” ROBERT RAMOS “They did (offer late night service). no one used it.” @SAMBOT5K

That is when they most need — public [transit],” Owojori said. If the pair gets enough input and support from T riders, their next move is to talk to latenight business owners. After that, Edwards and Owojori said they will take their push to the State House. “If we’re going to pay more to live here, I feel we should have the same benefit as other cities,” Edwards said. Morgan Rousseau

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Report: Local DJ responsible for Burger King hack BOSTON. A technology news

site reported that the person likely responsible for hacking both Burger King’s and Jeep’s Twitter accounts is a New England-based DJ who performs in both Boston and Providence. Tony “iThug” Cunha is the person named as the likely hacker in the Gizmodo report. The report follows a trail that begins with shout-outs made on BK’s hacked account and then relies on Twitter and Facebook posts to lead to Cunha. So far no one has been charged in the hacks, which attracted national attention Monday. METRO

BOSTON. City Councilor John

“A girl refused to move her backpack so I could take a seat. Apparently backpacks are now considered people? #mbta”

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Councilor might challenge mayor Connolly said this week that he is seriously considering a run for mayor, potentially challenging long-serving incumbent Mayor Thomas Menino. Connolly, 39, of West Roxbury, has raised about $315,000 so far, according to the Globe. He told the Globe he has discussed a potential run with his wife and has started reaching out to supporters. Menino, 70, has served as mayor for two decades and has yet to announce his intentions for reelection this fall. METRO

ously, walking home. This should have been done a long time ago and it’s time for a change.” MANDY

Eleanor Adamian, 8, a student at Perkins School for the Blind, meets Minnie Mouse yesterday during the first Disney on Ice “Touch Tour” at the TD Garden.

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Blind students touched by Disney magic Students from Perkins School for the Blind were able to literally feel the magic of Disney yesterday at the TD Garden. The kids and their families got a hands-on tour and personal guide from a performer from Disney On Ice’s “Rockin’ Ever After.” Students explored items from the storylines of the all-new show, which features “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Little Mermaid,” “Tangled” and “Brave.” METRO


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Mystery shrouds deaths at Boston Housing building

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Fire rips though Back Bay brownstone BOSTON. A Commonwealth Av-

enue brownstone was severely damaged yesterday morning by a fire that raced through the duct work and walls of the building. Fire crews were called to 17 Commonwealth Ave. just after 9 a.m., according to the fire department. When crews arrived they found smoke coming from the five-story building. The building houses three condo units, and only the resident of the third-floor unit was home at the time. He managed

Investigation continues after third person found in Roslindale housing complex dies Two men previous victims of illness of unknown origins NICOLAUS CZARNECKI/METRO

to get out safely, according to the fire department. There were no reports of injuries. Fire officials estimated that the blaze caused $5 million in damage. Investigators believe the cause was an in-floor radiant heater. METRO

Damages caused by yesterday’s blaze in the Back Bay are estimated at $5 million. NICOLAUS CZARNECKI/METRO

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Police issue violations after Tufts party BOSTON. Police said Wednes-

day that they issued several violations to the Westin Copley Place Hotel after several young people were found severely intoxicated there during a Tufts University party. Police said that when they responded to the hotel just after midnight Feb. 2 they found several students passing out and vomiting. When officers

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told security to shut down the party, security declined, saying that the party had 10 minutes left, police said. In an op-ed in the Tufts Daily student newspaper, Dean Bruce Reitman expressed outrage at the student behavior. Reitman said 15 to 20 students drank so much at the Winter Bash that they needed medical attention. Reitman is blaming not only those students, but also their friends, who may have encouraged the behavior. Reitman pledged that university officials will make changes to future events. METRO

A woman found suffering from a life-threatening illness inside a Roslindale apartment building last week has died, adding to the mystery surrounding a string of deaths at the complex. The unidentified woman was being treated at Brigham and Women’s Hospital since emergency crews found her last Thursday, but she died on Monday, Boston police said. She was one of three people who died after emergency crews found them severely ill inside Roslyn Apartments within hours of each other last week. Authorities said yesterday that they still do not know what caused the deaths. “No determinations have been made at this point, and we expect additional medical investigation will be helpful in that regard,” said Jake Wark, a spokesman for the Suffolk County district attorney. Wark added that authorities have not had other incidents at the building since the emergency calls last week and that there does not appear to be an active threat to public safety. Investigators are waiting for the results of specialized testing, which could take several weeks, Wark said. Officers were first called to 1 Cliffmont St. just before 11 a.m. on Feb. 13 for a man in cardiac arrest. The man, in his 60s, was pronounced dead on-scene. Police were called back to the building at 5:30 a.m. on Feb. 14 and found another man who

Boston fire crews first responded to the Roslyn Apartments on Feb. 13.

The building at mystery’s center Roslyn Apartments consists of 119 one- and two-bedroom apartments, according to the Boston Housing Authority website. “Roslyn is a warm, welcoming community that offers a variety of living arrangements for low- and moderate-income elderly and disabled persons,” according to the authority’s website.

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died. Officers found him lying in the hallway of the first floor. About four hours later, police responded again to the building for a woman suffering from unknown life-threatening injuries. In each of the deaths, police said there were no visible injuries on the victims. At the time of the incidents, Boston police Superintendentin-Chief Dan Linskey said detectives are investigating whether the three consumed something that led to their deaths, according to WCVB. Michael Naughton

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top and on mobile devices — all at scale,” Twitter product manager April Underwood wrote in a blog post. REUTERS

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China rejects US hacking claims BEIJING. Accusations by a U.S.

Twitter now using advertising software SAN FRANCISCO. Twitter Inc. said

yesterday it is opening up its platform to third-party advertising management software, taking another step to establish its ad-based business model ahead of an initial public offering. The application programming interface, or API, would allow advertisers to connect their existing ad management software to their Twitter account to automate ads on the micro-messaging platform. “With the Ads API, marketers now have more tools in their arsenal to help them deliver the right message, to the right audience, on the desk-

computer security company that a secretive Chinese military unit is likely behind a series of hacking attacks are scientifically flawed and hence unreliable, China's Defense Ministry said yesterday. The statement came after the White House said overnight that the Obama administration has repeatedly taken up its concerns about cyber theft at the highest levels of the Chinese government, including with Chinese military officials. The security company, Mandiant, identified the People's Liberation Army's Shanghaibased Unit 61398 as the most likely driving force behind the hacking. Mandiant said it believed the unit had carried out “sustained” attacks on a wide range of industries. REUTERS

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A witness heard “nonstop shouting” in the home of South African athletics star Oscar Pistorius shortly before his girlfriend was shot dead, the detective leading the murder investigation said yesterday. Warrant officer Hilton Botha, a detective with 24 years on the force, also told the Pretoria magistrates court in a bail hearing that police had found two containers of testosterone and needles in Pistorius’ bedroom. The athlete's defense team, which said the containers held an herbal remedy taken legally by many athletes, landed some blows to Botha's portrayal of a cold-blooded killing and described inconsistencies and errors in the initial investigation. Reeva Steenkamp, 29, was in the toilet of the athlete's home when she was shot dead in the early hours of Feb. 14 — Valentine's Day. She was hit in the head, arm and hip.

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“One of our witnesses heard a fight, two people talking loudly at each other ... from 2 in the morning to 3,” Botha told the court. Pistorius’ first call after the incident was to the manager of his high-security complex at 3:19 a.m., Botha said. In an affidavit delivered on

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Botha, who arrived on the scene an hour after the shooting, challenged Pistorius’ affidavit. “I believe he knew she was in the bathroom and he shot four shots through the door,” the detective said, adding that the angle at which the rounds were fired suggested they were aimed at somebody on the toilet. Pistorius had said he moved into the bathroom on his stumps — the reason he felt so vulnerable — but Botha said the shots went in a “top to bottom” trajectory, suggesting Pistorius was wearing his artificial legs when he pulled the trigger. “It seems to me it was fired down,” he said.


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Rihanna and MAC are teaming up

Talking point Cyrus smoking the good stuff? Miley Cyrus is coming under fire for a photo posted on Instagram of someone who may or may not be the former Disney star smoking a joint. While smoke and glare obscure most of the person’s face, there is a tattoo on a finger in the picture that matches on of Cyrus’. The name of the Instagram account, by the way, is @mileyxxcyrus. Cyrus didn’t necessarily deny that it’s her in the photo, writing on Twitter only that “I don’t have an Instagram.” MAC Cosmetics has signed a major deal with Rihanna.

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Face it: This is Rihanna’s moment. The pop star dazzled in Azzedine Alaia at the Grammys, made headlines with her controversial date, Chris Brown and launched her first collection with UK high street retailer River Island during London Fashion Week. And yesterday — on her 25th birthday, no less — it was announced that she’s teaming up with MAC Cosmetics on four collections that will hit stores later this year. It’s the first time the cosmetics giant will collaborate with one celebrity on multiple lines. According to an interview with WWD, the first product will be RiRi Woo, a lipstick inspired by MAC’s best-selling red, Ruby Woo, Rihanna’s fa-

vorite. So how does the pop star feel about all the multitasking? “Being creative is something that I love, so I can put that into different outlets. Music happens to be the first thing that I gravitated to, and now music opens doors to just so many different opportunities — they all tie in,” she says. “My makeup looks, my fashion looks … they help me to express myself as an artist. I think it helps people to understand me or my mood, my story.” Did you hear that? Apply RiRi Woo and apparently you’ll understand why she’s still with Chris Brown. —Reporting by Tina Chadha

Simpson names second baby before birth Jessica Simpson and fiance Eric Johnson have decided on a name for their fetus. “[She’s] told people she’s going to name the baby Ace!” a source told Us Weekly. How Johnson and Simpson decided on the name of their 10-month-old daughter, Maxwell Drew, is no secret — Maxwell is Johnson’s middle name and Drew is Simpson’s mother Tina’s maiden name — but no one knows how the couple decided on Ace. I like Ace, but with his last name? Not so much. “Ace Johnson” sounds like what a dude would name his penis.


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week. The couple are left with two hours to plan the entire wedding, and we’re just certain everything will go off without a hitch. 8:30 p.m., NBC

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‘Snitch’ The Rock — sorry: Dwayne Johnson — plays a regular(ish) father trying to take down a fearsome cartel after his son is busted by the DEA. The screenplay — co-written by Justin Haythe of “Revolutionary Road,” natch — is based on a true story and no doubt closely adheres to truth.

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‘Dark Skies’ Keri Russell becomes the latest talented thespian caught in the grind of the horror machine, playing a mom fending off aliens. “Skies” is directed by Scott Stewart, taking a break from religious blockbusters starring real-life atheist Paul Bettany (“Legion,” “Priest”).

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‘56 Up’ The best idea for a film series ever — checking in with the same group of people every seven years since they were 7 — reaches its eighth round, with its subjects knee-deep in middle age and, in some cases, succumbing to health problems.

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‘John Dies at the End’ Don Coscarelli (of the “Phantasm” and “Beastmaster” series) sucks no less than Paul Giamatti into his orbit for his latest: a take on David Wong’s Web serial-cum-novel about a drug called “soy sauce” that sends imbibers across time and dimensions.

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‘A Good Day to Die Hard’ No one (read: critics) much

liked the fourth “Die Hard” sequel, but it made a pretty (but not great) penny this weekend, therefore it’s fine. Bruce Willis, 57, battles Russians. Wait, Russians? What century is this?

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‘Safe Haven’ The latest Nicholas Sparks adaptation is a soapy romance and also, believe it or not, a thriller, which makes us perversely intrigued. The film stars Julianne Hough, Josh Duhamel and maybe teaches us all what love really is.

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‘Escape From Planet Earth’ The source of headache-inducing legal battles since 2007 has finally opened, in some kind of presumably viewable shape. Brendan Fraser, Rob Corddry and Jessica Alba give voice to blue aliens, one of whom is sequestered in Area 51, which totally exists.

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‘Upload With Shaquille O’Neal’

Godfrey and Gary Owen, that pays heed to the Internet’s funniest videos of the moment. The hosts will also attempt to create their own viral videos, play pranks and poke fun at pop culture’s latest fads. We’re a little skeptical, but Shaq recently earned his doctorate, so we expect the show will abound with high intellect. Series premiere, 10:30 p.m., truTV

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‘Tabu’ Experimental filmmaker Miguel Gomes’ striking third feature is almost mainstream: a B&W diptych that starts as a portrait of a cranky old woman, then jumps back to her fiery youth in colonized Africa.

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‘Happy People: A Year in the Taiga’ Werner Herzog’s latest is actually someone else’s work: a whittling down and reshaping of a Russian TV doc on the inexplicably content populace of a portion of Siberia, now narrated by Herzog at his no doubt most Herzogian. MATT PRIGGE

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Think of the children, but feel sorry for the dog RE: “ARE PEOPLE MORE UPSET OVER MINDY MCCREADY’S DOG THAN HER CHILDREN?” (METRO, FEB. 19) Well, yes — she killed

her dog, not her children. If she had killed children and left her dog behind, I’m sure the focus of the tragedy would then have been on the human victims. Besides, I imagine most people suspect the children will be less scarred without her. ROLLIE HATCH, VIA E-MAIL

If anybody else is equally sickened by the unspeakable act that Mindy McCready did to the family dog before she killed herself, then he or she should do something. It is too late for that pet but if you were planning on buying a dog, cat, ferret or bird, why not adopt a homeless pet

“Why would anyone listen to the government anyway on what to eat? Everyone knows that fruits and veggies are the way to go if you are really serious about losing weight. People need very little carbs and it is up to us to decide.” BARBARA TARVYDAS, VIA E-MAIL, RE: “USDA’S CONFLICT OF INTEREST MAKING AMERICANS FAT” (METRO, FEB. 20)

instead? If you cannot do so, then consider making a donation to an animal shelter, preferably a no-kill one. Short on cash? Why not, just for once, instead of going out on a Friday night for dinner and drinks, stay in and donate the savings to an animal charity. GEORG DEYAB, VIA E-MAIL

The written word is like a window to the past RE: “SOME NOTIONS SHOULD GO THE WAY OF CHIVALRY” (METRO, FEB. 19) Obviously letter writer

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Violence should be US’s last resort Automatic federal spending cuts loom on March 1, which would include the Pentagon. We could dramatically cut the military budget and the nation would be safer if we began to rely on smarter ways of achieving national security. Gandhi and Martin Luther King successfully used nonviolent methods in their struggles. An architect of the Arab Spring, Gene Sharp, has written extensively on nonviolently achieving national security. PAUL EMILE ANDERS, VIA E-MAIL

worth waiting for. Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22. You’ll not be in the mood to get linked up with individuals who tend to drag their feet. Seek to associate with people who are as energetic and active as you are. Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 23. A determination to succeed is likely to be your greatest asset. Once this particular resource is tapped, your every objective will be realized. Scorpio Oct. 24-Nov. 22. Plans that require bold measures are destined to go much smoother for you today than they will tomorrow. Time is not your best ally in activities that require an aggressive approach. Sagittarius Nov. 23-Dec. 21. Although you might need a push or a jump-start, you’ll be great once you get going. If you can team up with an eager beaver, that should do the trick. Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19. Even though you are a strong independent thinker, your companions are likely to have a strong influence on your attitude. Their input will be constructive, not conflicting. Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 19. This should be an exceptional day in terms of selling something or persuading others. The possibility for gaining strong prospects is high. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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Pay some attention to Darryl’s PHOTOS: ERIN BALDASSARI/METRO

It might not be on your South End bar crawl list yet, but this bar deserves some love Get there before everybody else catches on

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arryl’s Corner Bar remains an overlooked destination outside of the neighborhood. Although the space has been an institution for many years — from its time as Bob the Chefs, through a number of different incarnations and now back in the hands of original owner, Darryl Settles — it’s time for Darryl's to really be discovered. The Southern restaurant with a nightly live music soundtrack (jazz, reggae and gospel bands fill the weekly schedule) doesn’t typically make the list of the South End bar-hop regulars, despite — or maybe because of — the fact that it’s a mere block across Mass. Ave. in the other direction. It’s worth a trip, particularly on a night where there’s a lively crowd and a crack band burning it out in the corner. The bar itself is a comfortable place to relax for a cocktail. Bar manager Adam Foss, a longtime regular at bars throughout Cambridge (most regularly the Miracle of Science group properties), is doing some fun stuff with his cocktails — nothing too out there or adventurous, but solidly made, with an eye toward the expectations of the neighborhood. His goal is to work off of the sweeter-cocktail drinking tendencies of many of his guests, and steer them in a direction that’s more interesting but still

Mardi Gras Throughout the month of February, Darryl’s Corner Bar will celebrate Mardi Gras with appropriate musical guests and New Orleansstyle cocktails. Among them, of course, is the Sazerac: the quintessential New Orleans classic. Foss’ take on a Hurricane is also notable. It's made with light and dark rums, Amaretto, orange and pineapple juice, grapefruit bitters and grenadine. Martinis are either mixed with hot sauce or garnished with an oyster.

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‘HOOKY MUSIC’ Imagine Dragons singer says his top influences include the forefathers of pop rock and his own father Don’t call them an overnight success

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an Reynolds, singer for Imagine Dragons, quotes some decidedly odd influences. Odd because the band’s debut, “Night Visions,” is packed with emotional and confessional lyrics, catchy hooks and anthemic choruses that suggest a diet of Muse and Coldplay. But he says it goes a bit further back, to two other groups from England. “We all grew up listening to the Beatles and the Rolling Stones and studied their work,” confirms Reynolds. “I don’t know where it comes from, really. ... We wrote 150 demos for this album and narrowed it

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down to 100, then down to 50, and then down to 20. We really wanted the album to be a cohesive body of work. We wanted each song to flow into the next with a general theme. I can’t say why it’s hooky. Maybe we

Dragons pay their dues Imagine Dragons’ amazing success places them on their firstever headlining North American tour this winter, and they’ll be playing larger venues than most rookie bands. Before any-

like hooky music.” Perhaps the post-emo thrust of “Night Visions” is the result of condensing pent-up emotions and three years of writing into one record. Maybe, for Reynolds, it goes back even fur-

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one scoffs about “overnight success,” Reynolds says Imagine Dragons paid their dues. “We’ve been a band for four years. We played everywhere. We did a six-hour show in front of drunken gamblers on the Strip. No band does that. We’ve definitely worked our way up from nowhere.”

ther. “I’ve always written,” he says. “It was always a bit of a diary, a journal for me. I would never show anyone the songs but my dad. I always wanted to see what he thought. My dad

was one of my biggest influences, growing up — [as was] the music he liked, whether it was Paul Simon, Billy Joel or the Beach Boys. I always wanted to impress my dad.” So, does Reynolds Sr. approve? “Always,” says the younger Reynolds. “He is just the biggest fan. That, to me, is everything. I’ve always written for myself, but, growing up, there was nothing that made me happier than when my dad was proud of something I did.” Linda Laban

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Czarface Conductor Jeffrey Means leads Sound Icon.

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he devil went down to Georgia and apparently opened up a bitchin’ record shop. How else to explain the consistently astounding pedigree of the Peach State’s heavy music scene over the past decade? Sidling on up to the bar with their debut fulllength “CVI,” Atlanta four-piece Royal Thunder serve to remind that, even in a land of seasoned heavyweights, the crown of critical adulation can be easily snatched by new blood with a bad attitude. Led by lead banshee and bassist Mlny Parsonz, Royal Thunder deliver an electrifying and surprisingly accessible melange of heavy stylings, which Parsonz has been known to call “post-apocalyptic blues.” It’s an apt description. At times spacey, dark, rampaging and sultry, Royal Thunder regularly confound expectations of a traditional metal band. Parsonz’s scorching wails hold the center of the band, while the dual guitars of Josh Weaver (who is also married to Parsonz) and Josh Coleman tangle with Lee Smith’s drums, invoking Black Sabbath and Led Zeppelin with a bit more snarl. It’s hard to find a more protective and insular scene than metal, but Parsonz doesn’t shy away: “We’ve shared bills with bands like Behemoth. I don’t

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Silent shout Parsonz explains how she preserves her screaming voice while touring: “I usually don’t talk all day before a show. Sometimes there’s nothing in there until I hit the stage, but at that point, I can let the adrenaline sing for me.”

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really think the crowd cares if you come from a different direction, as long as you really lay into the set.” A native New Jerseyian, Parsonz has been cutting her teeth as an “iron maiden” since middle school, where she copped her moves from the likes of Skid Row’s Sebastian Bach. “I danced when I was a kid,” Parsonz confides, “but I would turn red when people would watch me.” Now she turns red for a different reason: from screaming. Plus, she seems to like playing hard rock much better than dancing. “With music,” she says, “I could put something between me and them.” Jim Fenner

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Much of the reason that talented cornerback Alfonzo Dennard fell to the Patriots in last April’s NFL Draft was due to the fact that he was arrested just five days before the annual event. Yesterday the former Nebraska star was found guilty on charges of assaulting an officer and resisting arrest near a Lincoln, Neb. Dennard reportedly punched the police officer in the face during the fight. His felony conviction carries a maximum sentence of five years in jail and up to a $10,000 fine, according to the Omaha World-Herald, though it is expected that Dennard will serve just 180 days in jail. The fight reportedly started when Dennard “shouldered” a 22-year-old Nebraska student as the area’s bars closed for the night. MATT BURKE

3 In the news Deadline looms The NBA trade deadline is today at 3 p.m., and the Celtics own one of the more fascinating dilemmas. Will Danny Ainge “blow it up” or will he attempt to let Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce have one more grand run? Yahoo! Sports reported yesterday that the Celtics were still pursuing Atlanta’s Josh Smith but would likely need to part with Pierce.

Bruins ready for stretch of 12 games in 21 days and endless month of March Team has just two losses on the season, best mark in conference

There are varied opinions as to when this condensed NHL season really ramps up in intensity. For the Bruins, a case could be made for tonight (7:30, NESN) at Tampa Bay, where the Black and Gold will bid adieu to their last true period of rest before the schedule becomes a daunting one. Boston enters tonight having played an NHL-low 13 games. For the next two-plus months, the Bruins will have zero three-day layoffs like the one they were afforded following Sunday’s 3-2 win in Winnipeg. In fact, they will only have two two-day layoffs, four sets of back-to-backs and a steady stream of every-other nights. It’s most definitely not a great time for everyone to get queasy. Yet, at Tuesday’s practice in Wilmington, seven players sat due to flu-like symptoms, including Patrice Bergeron and Nathan Horton. Head coach Claude Julien hopes to have

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The Bruins have the best penalty-kill in the league at 94.1 percent. Tampa Bay’s strength is its power-play unit with a 26.3 percent mark. everyone available for tonight’s game in the Sunshine State. “We’re hoping that it’s a short-term thing, which it seems to be,” Julien told reporters Tuesday when asked if any reinforcements will be needed. “But if that’s the case, then we’ll have to deal with that probably tomorrow.”

At the very least, Milan Lucic was back at practice after missing a game for personal reasons. Although Boston survived a tight affair with the Jets on Sunday, there were times when it was the lesser team physically, getting outhit, 25-21. Lucic, the team leader in hits and penalty minutes, will add some much-needed aggression against the Lightning’s slew of scorers; Steven Stamkos and Martin St. Louis entered Tuesday tied for third in the league with 21 points, Vincent Lecavalier and Teddy Purcell were tied for 17th. The B’s are no strangers to seeing lamps lit in Tampa Bay. Including the last two games in

Tampa Bay Times Forum during the 2011 Eastern Conference Finals, Boston has given up at least five goals in its last four games there. The last of those was a 6-1 setback on March 13 in which Stamkos scored twice to reach the 50goal mark for the second time in his career. Tuukka Rask, who made 22 saves against Winnipeg, will most certainly be in net; backup Anton Khudobin was one of the “Sickly Seven” at Tuesday’s practice. Rask is 3-0-1 with a 1.75 GAA on the road this season. Tony Lee

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