The Globe’s ninth annual list of tastemakers. Click the photos to read the profiles.
This mindfulness teacher gets results (just ask Kobe)
Newton’s George Mumford teaches basketball greats — and everyday people — the power of flow.
What Boston can learn from the Special Olympics
A story of sportsmanship, resilience, and excelling when no one thinks you have it in you.
Hull home surprises with master suite towers
This Hull Victorian has master suites in their own towers and an in-law apartment.
Former Red Sox pitcher Tim Wakefield on his charity work
The knuckleballer and current NESN analyst is being honored for his good deeds directed at children.
Someone’s new treasures: historic coins, art
A coin worth $2.50 from 1808 sold for $2.35 million at the Stack’s Bowers Galleries and Sotheby’s auction.
The roads less traveled
For most students, the pomp and circumstance of high school graduation is a foregone conclusion of the past four years. For the others, walking across that stage will symbolize triumph over obstacles that challenged their young lives and threatened to take them off course.
Watertown group pushing for non-T transit
A meeting Thursday, June 4 will focus on creating a transportation management association, or joining up with a nearby existing one, to add non-MBTA shuttle buses to Watertown. The meeting is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. at the Watertown Public Library.
Campus Angle: Holly Eicher, Stoneham High/Southern New Hampshire softball
The senior outfielder hit .304 for a Penmen squad that won a program-record 35 games, advancing to the Division 2 Super Regionals.
Comings and goings of businesses and other organizations in the south suburbs
Comings and goings of businesses and other organizations in the south suburbs.
Drones aiding in the suburbs, but also raising concerns
When people think of drones, they might think of them as being used by the military to fight terrorism in a faraway country. But more and more, local officials are turning to these small remote-controlled aircraft to help with search and rescue operations and for such tasks as determining the safety of a building or extent of storm damage.
Play of the Week: Spencer Carr, Marblehead High baseball
The junior first baseman delivered a walk-off single in the seventh inning to lift the Magicians to a 4-3 win over Salem High.
Tree that fell in front of a Stoughton dental office being turned into a giant tooth
A 300-year-old tree that toppled in front of a dentist’s office in Stoughton during Hurricane Irene will gain new life in the shape of a — you guessed it — tooth.
Apartments, retail proposed in Braintree Landing
A developer wants to build a $45 million structure in Braintree Landing with 172 apartments and more than 12,000 square feet of retail space.
GlobeSouth: Teams to watch in state baseball tourney
Plymouth North has a stalwart in senior lefty Joe Walsh (0.58 ERA, .429 average), the state’s Gatorade Player of the Year.
GlobeNorth: Noteworthy performances
Noteworthy performances from athletes residing in communities north of Boston.
Sounds of Yo-Yo Ma in Rockport
“He’s a genuine ambassador for great music around the globe, and his joy in making music reminds us all why we love this art form so deeply.”
Lessons on industry: from Myanmar to Arlington’s Old Schwamb Mill
Robert Tanner, director of the Old Schwamb Mill in Arlington, will present a talk and slide show about his recent trip to Burma.