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Following the 118th Boston Marathon

WGBH News reporters stationed along the route of this year's Boston Marathon will check in with stories from the race throughout the day. Stay tuned in for highlights and hear from some of the people who chose to run this year.

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Xuefei Yang's Soujourn

The Beijing-born guitarist has released a collection of music that includes classics from Spain, works by Bach, and pieces from her native country of China.

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Thomas Piketty on Income Inequality

French Economist Thomas Piketty visited Harvard Book Store to discuss his new book, Capital in the Twenty-first Century.

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