Photo gallery Globe photos of the week, March 15, 2013 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Bill Greene/Globe Staff Marco Boffi took a photo of his friend Kellie Meyer with a snowman in Titus Sparrow Park in the South End. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Moving trucks and construction equipment prepared to remove damaged homes as the ocean pounded the coastline on Plum Island on March 9. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Stephen and Sharon Bresnahan held each other as their fallen Plum Island home, ravaged by the storm, was torn down. Bill Greene/Globe Staff Homeowners embraced on their back porch on Plum Island. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff A student at the Maurice J. Tobin School sat on the bus in front of school waiting to go home on March 8, a day that brought heavy snow to the city and led to some questioning why school was held. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff A problem with the T had commuters jammed up under bus shelters waiting for transport by bus on Massachusetts Avenue during Friday’s snowstorm. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff There was some spring feeling in the air with most of the snow gone and the sun feeling warmer on March 13. Crocuses were in bloom in the front of a Beacon Street home on Beacon Hill. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff At Cold Spring Park in Newton, people enjoyed the unseasonably warm weather. Emily Anthony took her lunch break on a lawn chair with a book. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff This spin class was one of many intense bike-focused classes offered at Recycle Studio on Newbury Street in Boston. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Volunteers at City on a Hill charter school posted lottery results after a drawing. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Fourth-grader Sophia Thomas and her class at St. Mary of the Assumption Elementary School prayed for the election of the pope during noontime Mass at St. Mary of the Assumption Church in Brookline. Yoon s. byun/Globe Staff Celtics forwards Kevin Garnett, left, and Paul Pierce watched the time on the Jumbotron as both were able to get some rest due to a blowout win over the Toronto Raptors at the TD Garden. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Mansfield players celebrated their 55-50 win as a disappointed Tyler Nelson (11) of Central Catholic walked the court after the D1 MIAA boys basketball state semi finals at TD Garden. Mansfield advanced to the state championships. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Bishop Connolly's Thomas Keyes (2) let out a celebratory howl as he embraced head coach Matt Coute following their win over Lynnfield in the D4 MIAA boys basketball state semi finals at TD Garden.5.1.1181243596. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Central Catholic High players celebrated their narrow victory over Braintree High during the MIAA Division 1 State Semi-Final at TD Garden on March 11. yoon s. byun/ Globe Staff Celtics forward Paul Pierce acknowledged the crowd’s cheers as he became the 20th all-time scorer in the NBA during a game against the Toronto Raptors at the TD Garden.