May 26, 2013 The Boston Globe Magazine

Talking about a past marriage

Telling the kids means admitting we’ve made mistakes. By Patrick McVay

Canal Street Antique Mall.

33 spots to shop for antiques

These Boston-area markets, streets, and stores are chock-full of treasures.

First Person

Detective Cecil Jones at the memorial honoring police near the State House. Show of force

On Sunday, Boston Police Runner’s Club president Cecil Jones will direct the “Run to Remember.”

style watch

Pasta bowl by Jobi Pottery, $52 at 13 Forest Gallery, 167A Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, 781-641-3333, 13forest.com 8 gifts for your host

Thoughtful ways to say thank you.

Your Week Ahead

Gary Ende with the Lesbian and Gay Big Apple Corps color guard twirled a flag during the Boston Pride Parade. 5 things to do in and around Boston

Pride Week begins, Newburyport welcomes spring, and more things to do in and around Boston this week.

Cooking

Grilled, butterflied chicken is flavored with garlic and lemon. Recipes for grilled chicken, Italian style

Two techniques for the great outdoors: cooking under a brick and in mixed kebabs. By Adam Ried

A Restaurant’s Take

Grilled chicken at Aria Trattoria

A great plate in the North End. By Anne V. Nelson

Dinner With Cupid

Devin Labadini and Hannah Guild. Beach bums bingo

Will these easygoing daters sink or swim?

Out and About

ONWARD: Former Arizona congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords receives a Profile in Courage Award from Caroline Kennedy, president of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation at the JFK Library in Dorchester on May 5. As seen around town

Everybody’s getting ready for summer.

Tales From the City

A born fund-raiser

The next generation of public television star in Dorchester.


Letters to the editor

Globe Magazine readers respond to Neil Swidey’s story on the future of the Boston Marathon and more.

One-Liners

Denis Leary’s movie sequel squeal

The Worcester-bred comedian, and the voice of “Diego” in the four “Ice Age” films, makes a joke on Twitter.