Globe photos of the week, Oct. 11, 2013 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Lane Turner/globe staff David Evans of Marshfield played with his daughter, Adriana, 4, in the surf on Nantasket Beach in Hull. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe Boston Marathon survivor Heather Abbott (left) was helped by gait analysis coach Bob Gailey during the Challenged Athletes Foundation's Ossur Leg Amputee Running and Mobility Clinic in Boston. Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff Peter Mastrangelo, 88, of Everett was among customers who were shocked to learn that the Hilltop Steakhouse in Saugus would be closing. He has dined at the Route 1 landmark for more than 50 years. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe A police officer joked with children as they climbed into his cruiser for a ride home from the Tynan Elementary School in South Boston after bus drivers staged a surprise strike. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Students George and Lisbeth Mercedes waited for a school bus on Park Street with their grandmother, Cadythi Mercedes, on the morning after the one-day drivers’ strike. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Firefighters from five communities fought a three-alarm blaze on Eliot Street in Milton. Essdras M Suarez/Globe Staff At his Roxbury campaign office, Boston mayoral candidate John Connolly greeted Roxbury resident Ningo Nesmith. John Tlumacki/Globe staff Mateo Cisterna, 3, of Dorchester rode atop the shoulders of his father, Andre, during a march down Boylston Street to the Boston Common to demand comprehensive immigration reform and a pathway to citizenship. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe Paul Pedro (left) of Weymouth and Seth Dionne of Charlestown, R.I., walked past a mural in Jamaica Plain. Jessica Rinaldi For The Boston Globe Ted Meyer, 19, a student at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, got some sleep as his team worked during a 36-hour hackathon at MIT in Cambridge. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady walked off the field after losing to the Cincinnati Bengals 13-6 at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati. Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff Boston Bruins player Chris Kelly put pressure on Paul Stanstny of the Colorado Avalanche during first period action at the TD Garden. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Drew Koplan, 6, of Needham posed for a photo for his dad, David, in front of a wall of Red Sox playoff beards before a game at Fenway Park. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Red Sox left fielder Jonny Gomes (left) and center fielder Jacoby Ellsbury (right) leaped together but neither could come down with a ninth-inning triple off the wall by the Tampa Bay Rays batter Kelly Johnson. Jim Davis/Globe Staff The Red Sox' Shane Victorino and Rays second baseman Ben Zobrist got tangled up after Victorino's takeout slide broke up a potential double play ball hit by Dustin Pedroia. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Red Sox third baseman Will Middlebrooks dived but couldn't make the play on a fifth inning single by Rays batter James Loney at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. Stan Grossfeld/globe Staff Red Sox runner Jacoby Ellsbury stole second base as the throw got past Yunel Escober of the Tampa Bay Rays. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Mike Napoli opened wide for a champagne bath from bench coach Torey Lovullo as the Red Sox celebrated winning the ALDS series against Tampa Bay in the clubhouse at Tropicana Field. Jim Davis/Globe Staff Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz launched his second home run of the game off Rays starter David Price in the eighth inning, which brought the crowd out of their seats at Fenway Park. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Boston Red Sox closer Koji Uehara got a lift from David Ortiz as manager John Farrell looked on after Uehara pitched a 1-2-3 ninth inning in Game 2 of the ALDS at Fenway Park.