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Drag bingo, fund-raising for The One Fund, and more

Red Sox pitcher Craig Breslow and Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane at a luncheon supporting Foundation To Be Named Later at the State Room in Boston

Bill Brett for the Boston Globe

Red Sox pitcher Craig Breslow and Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane at a luncheon supporting Foundation To Be Named Later at the State Room in Boston

ONE FUND

Joe Walsh organized a bake sale to benefit The One Fund for marathon bombing victims at Lambert’s Rainbow Fruit in Dorchester

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April 20

LATER GUYS

Red Sox pitcher Craig Breslow and Oakland A’s general manager Billy Beane at a luncheon supporting Foundation To Be Named Later at the State Room in Boston

April 22

GRIDIRON GALA

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Nicole Maxey of Boston and ex-NFL running back Marshall Faulk at the Jaden’s Ladder gala at the Ritz-Carlton in Boston

April 14

FAMILY OUTING

Boston Bruins defenseman Andrew Ference and daughter, Stella, 4, at the Boston Public Library for a concert

April 24

ONE GOAL

Sisters Lindsay and Taylor Poulin, both of Somerville, at Highland Kitchen in Somerville on a night when the bartenders gave their tips to The One Fund

April 18

TERRIFIC TOWELS

Amy and Joshua Boger, committee chairs for the Greater Boston Food Banquet, at the Food Bank annual event

April 25

WHAT A CARD

Host Constance Waverly organizes Monday night Drag Bingo at Club Cafe in Boston.

April 22

SWEET SPRING

Isa Gallemi and Ahmed Izzuldeen, both of Boston, enjoy nice weather in the Public Garden in Boston.

April 21

One Fund by Wendy Maeda/Globe staff; Later and Gridiron by Bill Brett; Family and Sweet by Pat Greenhouse/Globe staff; One Goal and What by Laurie Swope; Terrific by Nicolaus Czarnecki

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