April 28, 2013 | Arts in New England

Boston Marathon tragedy: The week we’ll never forget

Neil Swidey reflects on a city’s return to something like normalcy. By Neil Swidey

 Danilo Perez

Danilo Perez, world-class pianist out to change the world

This jazz giant has faith that music can contribute to humanitarian work. Now it’s up to his Berklee College students to prove it. By Scott Helman

Arts in New England

Meg Alexander. Meg Alexander

An artist capturing nature in bristles and black ink. By Sebastian Smee

Arts in New England

A Far Cry. A Far Cry

A busy chamber orchestra, conductor not included. By Jeremy Eichler

Connections

In praise of Boston Marathon spectators

When you’re running and the needle is on empty, one thing keeps you going. The hordes of fans encouraging you not to give up. By Patrick J. Brannelly

Soundtrack


Watertown rejoices as Boston Marathon bombing suspect captured

What it sounded like: A harrowing day ends in relief and jubilation. By Scott Helman

Miss Conduct


The unkind kidder

When to put up with someone who follows up insults with ‘just joking.’ And when not to. By Robin Abrahams

Your Week Ahead

The Cannons’ Paul Rabil was Major League Lacrosse’s Offensive Player of the Year in 2012. 5 things to do in and around Boston

Pro lacrosse, rare books, a food truck throwdown, and more things to do and see in and around Boston this week.

Style Watch

“Historian” dandies reference classic tailoring and fine craftsmanship in their contemporary styling. Just dandy

A new RISD show looks at fashion mavericks throughout history — the breed exists in Boston today, too. By Tina Sutton

First Person

Ryan Scura (right) and his film collaborator, Dylan Ladds, both grew up in Concord, New Hampshire. 18 miles of surfer heaven

Documentary filmmaker and South Boston resident Ryan Scura says New Hampshire’s diminutive coastline supports a rich board-loving community.

Cooking

Three sangritas to sample: Ancho chili, Simple (at back), and Verde. Recipes for a fiesta

Simple Sangrita, Sangrita Verde, and more ways to toast Cinco de Mayo. By Adam Ried

A Restaurant’s Take

Tequila and sangrita at Ole

The Inman Square restaurant’s tasting flights.

Dinner With Cupid

From the left: Jeff Higgins and Scott Knox. In wanderlust

Will sparks fly between these two travelers?

Out and About

Fenway Park. As seen around town

A gallery of images from the Red Sox home opener on April 8, 2013.

On the Block

192 Winthrop Street, Holliston. Stork coming?

These three properties feature welcoming nurseries.

Tales From the City

Mom heads to Boston

A treat from a dedicated marathoner and her son.

Letters to the editor

Globe Magazine readers respond to ‘Greetings From Gun Valley’ and the state of small colleges.

One-Liners

Patriots’ Zoltan Mesko reacts to capture in Boston Marathon case

The punter weighs in on Twitter.