BOSTON -- An act like the terrorist bombings of the Boston Marathon spawns a thousand stories. They are stories of heroism and tragedy and the stories of why and how and who.
But the stories that are sometimes the hardest to get a handle on are the stories of "what now?"
Because at the very heart of any act like this is a desire to not just destroy and kill but to disrupt, to steal the routine that is part of a community's fabric.
The bombings have taken ...
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