Photo gallery Globe photos of the week, March 14, 2014 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Sailboats navigated the icy Charles River, a 5-year-old boy showed off his boxing moves in South Boston, and more of the week’s best images. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Aryanna Lynch, 3, got a Safety Officer's Award at Weymouth police station for her heroic actions on Feb. 10 when she called for help for her mom who was having a seizure. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Claire Rypkema stuck her toes in the frigid waters at Pleasure Bay in South Boston. She was on spring break from Illinois State University with fellow students. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Members of the University of Rhode Island and MIT teams maneuvered near the ice as Tufts hosted the New England Team Race Regatta in front of the MIT Sailing Pavilion in the Charles River. Joanne Rathe/Globe Staff Although Lake Quannapowitt in Wakefield still appeared frozen, buds on trees and snow melting under a pair of chairs showed some signs of spring. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Sarah Garant, her husband, Herve (not shown), and their 20-month-daughter Maya live on their sailboat Jessica at Constitution Marina in Charlestown -- even in winter. Essdras M. Suarez/Globe Staff Folk dancer instructor Arman Mnatsakanyan led rehearsal of members of the Erepuni Dance Group at the St. Stephen's Armenian Elementary School for a June 22 presentation at Newton North High School. Lane Turner/Globe Staff Marina Strauss and her daughter, Nina Peukert, 9, participated in the parkour workshop at Somerville Skillshares. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Kristen Van Dijk of Sudbury set up her flower exhibit at the Boston Flower and Garden Show at the Seaport World Trade Center. Jessica Rinaldi/globe staff An Emirates flight attendant attended a press conference to celebrate the airline’s first flight to land at Logan Airport in Boston. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Ron Daley, left, Luis Navarro, and Glorya Wornum, foreground, joined other protesters in a "Rally and "Die In" outside the Massachusetts Transportation Building urging state officials to pilot the Youth Pass. Jessica Rinaldi/globe staff Demonstrators carried and wore Tibetan flags on the Boston Common to protest China's rule over Tibet. Essdras M. Suarez/Globe Staff Fine artist Tyson Andree worked on a piece of street art, titled "Freedom Through Kreation for the Kids," on Harrison Avenue in the SOWA district of Boston. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Plimoth Plantation held spring training for interpreters to fine-tune their skills for the upcoming year. Blacksmith Mark Atchison knelt in a hearth as he blew to start a fire during a fire-starting demonstration. Lane Turner/Globe Staff Jessie Nocella, 18, of Peabody, sunbathed above the rocks on the Lynn Shore Reservation as a beautiful day brought people out to enjoy the weather. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Boston, a Boston terrier, watched his humans, Christie Kemple, and her daughter, Olivia Bigelow, 8, as they played on the Esplanade Playspace. Jessica Rinaldi/globe staff Dockmaster Stew Craig, 25, of Allston cast a long shadow as he walked past boats at the MIT Sailing Pavilion in Cambridge. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Volunteer Jimmy LeBlanc, 39, of South Boston worked with Sam Larkee, 5, of Norwood in preparation for this years annual Boxing Show which is part of the 238th South Boston Citizen's Association's Annual Evacuation Day Commemoration. Jim Davis/globe staff Duxbury head coach Robert Sullivan screamed in protest at a referee after a second half charging call went against his team as they met Arlington Catholic in the girls Division 2 State Semi Final in basketball at TD Garden. Jim Davis/globe staff New Mission 's Taneja Drayton (right) fouled Greater New Bedford's Nakira Examond (left) with a palm to the head in the girls Division 4 State Semi Final in basketball at TD Garden. Jim Davis/globe staff Central Catholic's Kevin Fernandez made a great leaping pass to save a first half ball from going out of bounds as they met Catholic Memorial in the boys Division 1 State Semi Final at the TD Garden. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Braintree's Molly Reagan (35) and Newton North's Infiniti Thomas-Waheed (24) tangled as they raced for a loose ball in the D1 girls final at UMass Boston. Jim Davis/globe staff The look on Watertown sophomore guard Brendan Hoban told the story, as he walked off the court as Cardinal Spellman players celebrated. The teams met in the boys Division 3 State Semi Final at the TD Garden. Jim Davis/globe staff As the final buzzer sounded, St. Mary's Nichole Rudolph (12, right) and Sharell Sanders (10, backround left) leaped in celebration. Archbishop Williams' Leah Spencer (30) did not. The teams met in the girls Division 3 State Semi Final at the TD Garden.