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Photos of the month: May 2024

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Photos of the month: May 2024

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Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown held the Larry Bird MVP trophy after winning Game 4 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals. On May 27, the Indiana Pacers hosted the Boston Celtics at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.Danielle Parhizkaran/Globe Staff
Fans screamed for Tyler Childers during his performance at Boston Calling on May 25.Erin Clark/Globe Staff
Graduate Kathleen David waved to the audience and her daughter Luna Hilaire shook hands with Dean Robin Cote of the College of Science and Mathematics at the Class of 2024 commencement at U-Mass Boston on May 23.Lane Turner/Globe Staff
Eighth-grader and honor roll student Jodrian Tejeda of Roxbury Prep Lucy Stone caught the ball and threw it to her friend at Fenway Park before the start of the first-ever Fenway Park Honor Roll Kickball Game on May 21.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
On May 18, a man was working on the mast at Savin Hill Yacht Club in Dorchester.Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff
Volunteer Luis Cataleya of Everything Is Real barbershop gave Kai Ruff a haircut during “From G’s to Gents” at the Reggie Lewis Center in Roxbury on May 18. The host, Voices of Liberation, describes the day as a transformative event, offering resources that can help men take steps toward independence and personal development. Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
Michelle Gaydos held her dog Maggie as she knelt to place her hand on a headstone belonging to her father, William E. Gaydos, a member of the United States Navy who served in Korea, at the Massachusetts Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Winchendon on May 27.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
On May 7, a goose and a goose were carried away by the Watertown Dam on the Charles River in Watertown. They reached land safely. Lane Turner/Globe Staff
Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown was called for a foul on Indiana Pacers forward Aaron Nesmith during this action in Game 4 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals on May 27.Barry Chin/Globe Staff
Newton North’s Peter Reale spiked the ball during a game against Bay State Conference rival Natick on May 16.Barry Chin/Globe Staff
On May 8, Ava Miller from Weymouth took part in karate classes at Trinity Martial Arts Academy in Hingham under the supervision of master JoDi Rosano.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff
The aurora borealis could be seen in a thirty-second exposure from Conomo Point in Essex an hour before sunrise on May 11.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
Rebecca Jalbert-Gonzalez of Boston stopped to shelter from the rain on May 8 under a red umbrella, blooming wisteria along a path at Fenway Victory Gardens.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
A Bruins fan from Boston skated on Causeway Street before the Bruins played the Toronto Maple Leafs during Game 7 of the NHL’s Eastern Conference playoffs at TD Garden on May 2.Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff
Guster performed at Porchfest at 12 Aberdeen Road in Somerville on May 11. Guster, whose members met in 1991 when they were students at Tufts, did not choose the location by accident. They lived nearby, at 33 Aberdeen Road, in the 1990s, when they were starting to make a name for themselves on the indie rock scene. Erin Clark/Globe Staff
Three-year-old Dai’Lani Minus, whose mother, Dejah Jenkins-Minus, was murdered by her boyfriend in Lowell the day after Thanksgiving in 2021, was carried by a family friend during the 28th annual Mother’s Day Peace March on May 12.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
In the early morning of May 22, a woman and her child went to the airport toilets. A group of migrants camped at Logan International Airport’s Terminal E, sleeping on the floor overnight.David L. Ryan/Globe Staff
Pro-Palestinian protesters marched through the MIT building on May 8, as ongoing demonstrations at the university spread beyond the encampment that has occupied Kresge Oval for more than two weeks. Erin Clark/Globe Staff
Boston Celtics forward Jayson Tatum (0) and Cleveland Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson (13) struggled for a rebound in the first quarter of a first-round NBA Eastern Conference playoff game at TD Garden on May 7.Danielle Parhizkaran/Globe Staff
On May 9, a group of curious baby ostriches were seen at HorseFeathers Ostrich Farm in Webster, NH. New Hampshire farmer Monte Cossette addresses Granite Staters: Ostrich meat is a healthier and more sustainable red meat than beef. He has been raising ostriches in Webster for five years and this year he is finally ready to start selling the meat. Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
Karen Read appeared for her murder trial in Norfolk County Superior Court on May 6. Read is accused of driving her SUV into her boyfriend, Boston Police Officer John O’Keefe, and leaving him for dead during the 2022 Canton blizzard.Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff
Protesters broke down the barricade and re-entered the MIT camp on May 6.Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff
Lewiston, ME – 03/05/2024: 5-year-old James VanDyke took in this scene while bowling with family and friends during the grand reopening of Just-In-Time Recreation in Lewiston, Maine on May 3. The bowling alley was among the facilities vandalized on Oct. 25, 2023, the night of the state’s deadliest mass shooting, which left 18 people dead.Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff
Rhonda Webber kissed Tom Giberti at the grand reopening of Just-In-Time Recreation in Lewiston, Maine on May 3. Giberti was shot seven times in the legs as he led children to safety at a bowling alley on Oct. 25, 2023, the night of the worst mass shooting in state history. Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff

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