Jessica C. Salley
Vampire Weekend frontman Ezra Koenig sings and plays guitar during the band's Boston performance at Agganis Arena on Wednesday evening. The New York City-based rock band is currently on a nationwide tour to promote its third studio album, Modern Vampires of the City, released Tuesday.
Boston artist Efon Elad adjusts his display at the City Heart Art Show, which features the work of homeless and low-income artists, in the Prudential Center on Saturday. Now in its third year, City Heart's one day show and sale included the work of seventy artists, including Elad, who creates art inspired by scenes from Cameroon and Boston at the St. Francis House shelter in Boston.
Harvard University Police Department officers Christopher Riccardi, Michael Rea, and Ryan Stanton are honored as "Heroes Among Us" at the Celtic-Knicks playoff game on Friday evening. Riccardi, Rea, and Stanton were recognized for the life-saving first aid that they provided to Richard H. Donohue Jr., a Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Police officer who was injured during last Friday's manhunt for the Boston Marathon bombing suspects.
A "closed until further notice" sign appears on the door of the J.P. Licks on Mass Ave. on Friday afternoon. J.P. Licks, like most businesses in Harvard Square, remained closed as authorities searched for the suspect from the Boston Marathon bombings.
Assembled crowds cheer as an ambulance passes by on Mt. Auburn Street after its departure from the scene where Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzokhar Tsarnaev was apprehended by police on Friday evening. Bystanders cheered "USA! USA!" as police and fire vehicles exited the perimeter of the scene
Gene Marquez of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives speaks at a press conference on Friday evening following authorities' taking Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev into custody. Marquez thanked the public for their support of the ongoing investigation, which shut down the Boston area on Friday.
FBI Special Agent in Charge Rick DesLauriers speaks about the ongoing investigation regarding Dzhokhar Tsarnaev following the Boston Marathon bombing suspect's capture on Friday evening. DesLauriers said that a "variety" of witnesses were still being interviewed in the case.