Globe photos of the week, May 3, 2013
Globe photos of the week, May 3, 2013
Tourists and locals flocked to Boston's Public Garden to enjoy and photograph the tulips, many of which were in full bloom on April 29.
Six-month-old Amanda Aglugub of Quincy had her picture taken in front of the tulips in Boston's Public Garden by, from left, her grandmother, Rosita Deguzman of Orlando, Fla., her mother, Kathrine Aglugub, and her aunt, Jo Deguzman of Orlando, Fla.
Light reflected off the John Hancock building, lighting a small American flag at a memorial for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings in Copley Square.
Brothers Andrew and James O'Connell viewed a logo honoring Marathon bombing victim Martin Richard during opening day of Little League play in Savin Hill. Richard was a member of the Savin Hill Rangers.
Marinda Righter kissed face transplant recipient Carmen Blandin Tarleton during a press conference at Brigham and Women's Hospital. Tarleton, whose face was severely damaged in a 2007 attack by her ex-husband, received the face of donor Cheryl Denelli Righter, Marinda’s mother, in February.
In his new crib, Logan Blais, 20 months, of Newport, Vt., received coos from registered nurse Teresa Reddy after patients of the Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital were moved from 125 Nashua St. in Boston to the new location at 300 First Ave. in the Charlestown Navy Yard.
Republican Gabriel Gomez high-fived supporters at the Red Lion Inn in Cohasset after winning the GOP primary for the US Senate special election.
From left: Linda Broadford, Judy Kendall, and Dawn Piche cheered Representative Ed Markey’s victory in the Democratic primary race for the US Senate nomination during a party at the Omni Parker House in Boston.
Representative Stephen Lynch, the loser in the Democratic primary, sat quietly before a breakfast unity meeting at the Parker House.
Commercial fisherman Joe Randazzo of Gloucester joined other New England fishermen during a rally at the Boston Fish Pier asking for relief from drastic cuts in fish catch limits.
Inguilinos Boricuas en Accion school students Kevin Mercedes, left, and Hassan Duverge sang during a ceremony as John Hancock Financial dedicating Frieda Garcia Park, a 1,200-square-foot green space and playground in the South End named for long time South End community leader Frieda Garcia.
Clergy of many faiths, including Rabbis Jeremy Morrison and Ronne Friedman and Rev. Burns Stanfield, attended Friday prayer at the Islamic Society of Boston Cultural Center in Roxbury.
Reenactors waited before dawn on the Battle Green in Lexington for the 238th anniversary reenactment of the battle of the American Revolution on Patriots Day, April 15.
Kathy Anderson of North Reading shouted to her nephew, Kaulin Trainor, as about 130 soldiers from the 972d Military Police Company returned to the joyous cheers of friends and family at Camp Curtis Guild in Reading after a nine-month mobilization in Qatar.
Beth VanEmburgh of Acton embraced her boyfriend, Staff Sergeant Paul Beach, upon his return at Camp Curtis Guild in Reading.
The Boston Public Library courtyard was in use on a beautiful Boston day.
A fan sat in empty stands during during the bottom of the sixth inning as the Boston Red Sox played the Oakland A's at Fenway Park.
Nearing victory, the New York Knicks were celebrating as the Celtics were forced to take a timeout in the fourth quarter of Game One of an NBA Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Playoff game at Madison Square Garden.
The Celtics’ Jason Terry did his "jet" routine after scoring the final basket of the game in an overtime victory of the the Knicks during Game Four of their NBA Eastern Conference Quarter Final playoff series at the TD Garden.
Boston Red Sox relief pitcher Andrew Bailey pumped his fist after closing out the ninth inning for the 6-5 victory over the Oakland Athletics at Fenway Park.
The Bruins’ Johnny Boychuk checked Toronto's Mikhail Grabovski hard into the boards in the third period of Game One in the Eastern Conference NHL Quarterfinal.
Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask and teammates tossed hats and T shirts to the fans after defeating the the Florida Panthers at TD Garden.
Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask watched a video tribute before the National Anthem at the start of a game against the Pittsburgh Penguins at TD Garden.