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T totaling. A pilot program for late-night MBTA service on weekends is having a positive impact on businesses, owners say. Hot spots. Copley Square, Kenmore and the South End have seen increases. Surprise. Even a cab company says it’s experienced an unexpected boost in late-night fares. PAGE 02 Scores of bargoers congregate outside ZuZu and the Middle East on Saturday night. / ERIN BALDASSARI, METRO

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Transit cops warn to secure bikes Transit Police are urging cyclists to secure their bikes when parked at an MBTA station, citing a recent attempt by a would-be thief. Transit Police on Monday released video of the suspects trying to steal bicycles from the JFK/ UMass Red Line station last week. The man attempts to ride off on a bike that wasn’t locked to a rack, only to be foiled when a wheel lock prevented it from pedaling. METRO Satanic event

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‘Black mass’ canceled The group that sparked a controversy with their plans to hold a “black mass” on the Harvard University campus Monday night canceled the Satanic event just two hours before it was set to begin. The 7 p.m. cancellation came after the Harvard Extension School Cultural Studies Club announced at 5 p.m. it was voluntarily moving the event to the Middle East Club, which later refused to host it, the Crimson reported. METRO

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Late-night T equals boon for businesses Party time. Bars, cab companies and the T are all seeing an influx of customers. It’s been about six weeks since the MBTA rolled out a one-year pilot program testing the success of late-night service hours on weekends, and although the night life community is waiting for more time to pass before declaring it a hit, many local bars and restaurants are happy with the results thus far. “We need a longer period to really assess the total impact, but I’d say it’s gone somewhat as expected from our standpoint,” said Bob Luz, president of the Massachusetts Restaurant Association. T officials said 72,057 people traveled on MBTA subways during late-night weekend hours in the first month of the program, which launched on March 28. As a likely result, the city’s hospitality industry has seen an increase in sales “to some degree,” according to Luz. “Specifically, what they’re saying is it seems as if patrons are just staying out a little bit later because they have an alternative way to get around. We’ve seen year-over-year increases, and we lapped out the Marathon effect, but when we line up the seven-week period some of them are seeing increases in sales,” said Luz. “It’s too soon to really call it a home run, but it’s certainly meeting employers’ needs.”

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Faneuil Hall, Copley Square, Kenmore and the South End are all areas with noticeable increases, Luz said. Before the launch of the pilot program, the association advocated for extended MBTA hours on behalf of employees who leave work after midnight and were faced with no easy transportation options to get home. The later service also appears to be having an unexpected impact on the local cab industry. Metro Cab has seen an

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estimated 25 percent increase in late-night taxi rides, according to general manager Steve Sullivan. “It’s increased business. I wasn’t expecting it either,” said Sullivan, who keeps hourly statistics on passenger trips. “Now, with the extended hours, we’re getting about 160 calls per hour after 2 a.m., whereas before we’d usually see about 55 hourly calls,” Sullivan said, speculating that cabs may be picking up stragglers who were lured out with the intention of taking the T home, but opted for the convenience of a taxi instead. “We thought maybe there would be a decrease in business because people would take the trains, but a lot of people may say they’ll take the T but when the time comes they’ll call a cab. Some people don’t want

to bother with public transportation,” Sullivan said, adding that he welcomes a permanent late-night program. “Whoever came up with it should be given credit. The new mayor OKing it was tremendous,” he said. It’s difficult to know whether the number of late-night partiers will climb into the summer, Luz said, as the city’s demographic shifts. “We lose a lot of students who typically might be out late at night, and fill it in with a younger generation that comes home as well,” said Luz. “Summer in the city is a very busy part of the season with tourists. We think it’ll be a bigger win in the summer.” MORGAN ROUSSEAU @MetroMorgan

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Eyes are smiling: Boston, Belfast now sister cities Across the pond. Boston Mayor Marty Walsh signed an agreement. Boston’s first Irish mayor in 20 years has increased the Hub’s ties to the Emerald Isle. Mayor Marty Walsh on Monday signed a “sister city” agreement with Belfast Lord Mayor Mairtin O Muilleoir. Both cities will work to generate new initiatives to further economic, social, cultural and faith-based relationships, Walsh’s office said. Boston’s Sister City program operates as an independent effort that relies on volunteers and contributions. It’s part of a national movement that started in the 1950s to build exchanges between Americans and people of other countries. “We look forward to new beginnings with our ‘sister’ Belfast, as this formal agreement goes far beyond a declaration on ink on paper; it truly speaks to our historic connection, genuine ties and deeply linked heritage,” Walsh said in a statement.

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Taurus | April 21-May 21. Your many talents will be on display today. While some may appreciate your creativity, others may be jealous of it. Refuse to let criticism ruin your concentration. Do what’s best for you.

Scorpio|Oct. 23-Nov. 21. Don’t repeat what you hear. Reserve your judgment until you have uncovered the truth for yourself. You can’t form your opinions based on unreliable information or assumptions.

Gemini | May 22-June 20. It’s time to turn up the heat when it comes to love and romance. Set aside some time for intimacy. Plan a special getaway, even if it’s close to home.

Sagittarius | Nov. 22Dec. 21. Many people are on your side and are willing to help you, but you must do the work yourself if you want to feel the satisfaction of finishing what you start.

Cancer | June 21-July 22. Unexpected visitors may cause friction on the home front. Try to be as accommodating as possible, but don’t let anyone take advantage of you.

Capricorn | Dec. 22-Jan. 20. Ignore those who aren’t directly involved in a certain situation. Keep the facts to yourself, face the issues and resolve them to the best of your ability.

Leo | July 23-Aug. 22. There are some negative rumors circulating. Don’t get drawn into gossip, or you will look bad in front of your peers. Concentrate on your own actions, not others’ words.

Aquarius | Jan. 21-Feb. 18. Listening and observing attentively will provide you with excellent information. Don’t air grievances to anyone with the ability to alter your goals.

Virgo | Aug. 23-Sept. 22. Do whatever it takes to enhance your career. Showcase your experience and skills to prospective employers. Your strong work ethic will increase your earning potential. Libra | Sept. 23-Oct. 22. Nothing can hold you back once you get some momentum going. Others are beginning to show increased interest in your abilities.

Pisces | Feb. 19-March 20. Don’t offer a donation to anyone trying to guilt you into making a contribution. Choose your battles and your charities based on what you know to be worthwhile. Aries | March 21-April 20. You may be on the receiving end of criticism from a partner, friend or peer. Show some restraint, and avoid getting into a pointless and exhausting tugof-war. BERNICE BEDE OSOL

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Canadiens force do-or-die Game 7 NHL. The Bruins couldn’t close out Montreal Monday night, falling 4-0 in Game 6. In this recent championshiplevel era of Bruins hockey, one criticism you can make of the B’s is that they rarely make things easy on themselves. Boston had the opportunity to close out Montreal Monday night up, but uncharacteristic miscues cost them Game 6, 4-0. With the loss, the B’s will face yet another Game 7, Wednesday at TD Garden (7 p.m., NBCSN). The Bruins’ issues in Game 6 began early as Kevan Miller couldn’t get a good read on the puck coming off the boards, and his stumble

pulled Tuukka Rask out of position. It set up a gimme Montreal goal for Lars Eller at the 2:11 mark of the first period. Montreal wing Max Pacioretty took advantage of more Bruins miscommunication around the net as he zoomed past a conservative Zdeno Chara and beat Rask low 15:24 into the second to give Montreal a 2-0 lead. Pacioretty was again in the scoring mix minutes later as he booted the puck off his skate over to Thomas Vanek, who found the net on a Habs power play. The B’s had their moments Monday night, but as they’ve learned throughout the series it takes more than a few good looks at Carey Price to get the best of the Habs. Price finished with 25 saves. The Bruins had a powerplay opportunity 12 minutes into the first period but the Habs killed it off. They also had the man advantage six

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minutes into the second as P.K. Subban was caught holding the stick of Carl Soderberg, but the B’s again couldn’t get a decent look at Price’s net. Montreal had 20 hits to the Bruins’ 14 in a physical first period that featured Bruins forward Milan Lucic drilling Canadiens defenseman Alexei Emelin along the boards, sending him to the locker room.

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