At 44th annual Pride Parade, a city celebrates

Thousands of people marched and danced through the streets today for the parade and festival, a colorful and upbeat celebration.

Live updates

// Latest from the Massachusetts Democratic Convention

Follow the stream for Globe staff updates from the Massachusetts Democratic Party convention in Worcester.

// Kayyem, Avellone fail to qualify for gubernatorial primary

Juliette Kayyem and Joseph Avellone fell short of garnering the required delegate votes, according to their campaigns.


// Tom Brady still plenty good enough

No matter what the numbers say, the notion that Tom Brady is no longer a top-five quarterback simply doesn?t add up.

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// Sainthood only way to end row between Jews, Catholics over Pius XII

The Globe?s John Allen also looks at Francesca Immacolata Chaouqui and Pope Francis on Pius XII.

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Weekend Fun Guide

Things to do around New England every weekend of summer 2014

New England?s hottest, coolest, jazziest, beachiest, blueberry-est summertime festivals.

Dockside Place was created in 1982 by stitching together two industrial buildings in South Boston.

home of the week

Condo in former Fort Point warehouse makes use of space

Visitors to this home, part of a trailblazing development, are greeted by an atrium of exposed brick and wooden beams, and a crown of glass six stories high.

Red Sox pitcher Felix Doubront and his son enjoy some time on the field at Fenway Park prior to a recent game against the Tampa Bay Rays.

Many players embrace Red Sox? kid-friendly approach

For players, the clubhouse has become a place to make up for time missed at home during the long season.


// The history of an early American same-sex marriage

Sylvia Drake and Charity Bryant were a married couple living in Vermont in 1807.


// Take the Globe Opinion news quiz, June 13, 2014

Were you paying attention this week? Test your knowledge of electoral politics, presidential birthday celebrations, and fruit juice brands.

Game Changers


The new publication highlights the entrepreneurs and the contributors who make the state a national leader in innovation.