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Katarh Mest:  Final 3.0 Glamours

I seem to have an affinity for giant glowey weapons.  (Not pictured:  SCH’s book glowing, WAR’s axe glowing, AST’s globe glowing, BLM staff glowing…)

I can’t wait to level up RDM and SAM and get me some glim-glams for them, too.  But that’ll have to wait til DRK and SCH/SMN are both 70.

Four-year-old Erianni Diaz has twice fallen through a hole in the floor of the condemned hotel where she and her grandmother live in the poor city of Matanzas. She is waiting for optic nerve surgery. (SUZANNE KREITER/GLOBE STAFF)

Ficlet: Names (Marianne/Bog)

(Another short Strange Magic ficlet, this time to do with the dreaded Middle Names. Do enjoy)

“Is Misery actually your middle name?”

They were settled in the Glow Hollow, the two nestled together in a cozy hammock woven with the luminescent strands. They had come here to work on addressing the wedding invitations in peace, casually tossing the finished envelopes over the edge. They would be waiting for them at the bottom when they were done. 

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Boston EMS: Dozens hospitalized at TD Garden concert

The Boston Globe: Dozens of people were taken to hospitals from Boston’s TD Garden, where DJ Avicii was performing, EMS officials said.

There were no fatalities, and the patents’ symptoms were minor, an EMS worker said.

TD Garden spokeswoman Tricia McCorkle says “there were a number of transports due to medical issues.”

According to The Toronto Star, at least 29 people were hospitalized for illnesses related to alcohol or drugs during the Avicii concert in Toronto in May.

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Photo: Ambulances were lined up outside of TD Garden as concert-goers departed. (Jim Davis / Globe staff)

Prosecutors rest case against Boston Marathon bomber

The Boston Globe: Prosecutors rested their case against Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Monday after providing jurors with gruesome autopsy photos and recollections from victims. The defense will now get a chance to present their case, which will reportedly attempt to paint Tamerlan Tsarenav as the leader in the attack.

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