June 2, 2013 The Boston Globe Magazine

The very definition of marriage

A lexicographer awaits the court’s decision. By Steve Kleinedler

John P. , of Narragansett, walked along the shore at Narragansett Beach in Rhode Island.

My perfect summer day by Ken Burns, Skip Gates, and more

Howard Dean, Ken Burns, Wally Lamb, and other natives or adopted New Englanders on their favorite summertime pursuits. By Elizabeth Gehrman

First Person

Sarah Sze. Her winding path

Sculptor/installation artist and New York resident Sarah Sze is representing the United States at the Venice Biennale. The Italian city reminds her of her hometown, Boston.

Style Watch

Parlor tricks

A Brookline living room, designed by Duncan Hughes, incorporates clever nods to the pre-Industrial era. By Marni Elyse Katz

A Restaurant’s Take

Cheesy garlic bread in East Boston

At Dough in Maverick Square, this dish is worth the wait. By Glenn Yoder

Your Week Ahead

5 things to do in and around Boston

The Boston Irish Festival, Official Star Trek Convention, Audubon Nature Festival, and more.

Out and About

Willie Nelson and Carole King (as well as Annie Lenox, who gave the commencement address) received honorary degrees from the Berklee College of Music at Agganis Arena in Boston. As seen around town

PSY at Harvard, Willie Nelson and Carole King at Berklee, Emerson’s commencement, and more.

On the Block

Eye appeal

These homes, with off-center entrances, make a mark.  

Dinner With Cupid

Katy Peters and Bret Crafton. True fans

There’s a big Bruins game on. Will it come between these daters? By Katy Rushlau

Tales From the City

A heckler on the golf course

15th tee shenanigans in Ipswich.

Letters to the editor

Globe Magazine readers share their favorite ice cream spots, comment on dog regulations, and more.


Gilbert Gottfried makes a ‘blanket statement’

The comedian, who will perform Saturday at Malden’s Jenkins Auditorium to benefit The One Fund Boston, makes a joke on Twitter.