Photos of the week, May 23, 2014 ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff Sloan Ouellette, 3, looked on as her uncle, Ken Ouellette of Watertown, planted a flag on Boston Common in memory of his brother, Brian Ouellete, a Navy SEAL who died in 2004 in Afghanistan. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Cirque du Soleil workers raised the blue and yellow Big Top and at Marine Industrial Park in Boston for the circus’s shows, which run May 29 through July 6. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff Matt Finstein, 28, of Lower Allston played trombone on the Boston Common with bandmates (from left) John Baylies, 22, of Allston, Matt Salvo, 23, of Waltham, and Gabriel Labovitz, 23, of Watertown. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff Kate Goldfield, associate dean for administration and student services at Brandeis University, used a gong to celebrate as degrees were conferred on the candidates from the International Business School on May 18. Dina Rudick/Globe Staff Mayor Martin J. Walsh, left, spoke with Diane Hunt of Kingston, who lost her son in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, during the dedication of the Boston 9/11 Survivor Tree (shown right) in the Public Garden. Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff Brandon Frame showed boys how to tie a necktie during The Black Man Can Mentoring Workshop at Shady Hill School in Cambridge. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Governor Deval Patrick knelt to shake hands with Adelaide Cromwell, president of the Heritage Guild, as guild researcher Vivian Johnson looked on, during the dedication of a new historic marker on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway honoring Zipporah Potter Atkins, a free African-American woman who bought a home at the site in 1670. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff Bobby the pig went for a stroll on the Freedom Trail in the North End with his owners, James Therien and Ryan Peterson, both of Boston. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff Boston Bruins player Gregory Campbell sat in the locker room as the team cleaned out their lockers after a season-ending playoff loss to the Montreal Canadiens. Jim Davis/globe staff Toronto’s Melky Cabrera was safe after a throw from Xander Bogaerts sailed high over the head of leaping Red Sox first baseman Mike Napoli at Fenway Park. Barry Chin/Globe Staff Boston Red Sox shortstop Xander Bogaerts pointed skyward as he crossed the plate in the fifth inning of a game against the Detroit Tigers at Fenway Park. Jim Davis/globe staff Red Sox starting pitcher Jake Peavy screamed as he headed into the dugout at Fenway Park after giving up a run to make the score 5-2 Tigers.