Ed Markey raises his hand in victory with his wife Susan Blumenthal after winning the US Senate Primary in Massachusetts on April 30. Senator Elizabeth Warren introduced Markey at his rally in the Omni Parker Hotel.
A woman writes on the "Boston Strong" wall that sits on the newly renovated Science Center Plaza. The wall provides a space for Harvard affiliates to write notes to those affected by the Marathon Bombings, and to give thanks.
The line outside of JP Licks in Harvard Square is out the door after Boston Police announced the capture of suspect #2 in the Boston Marathon Bombings in Watertown, MA. After being on lockdown since early friday morning, shops in the square started to reopen friday night.
Mikey (left) dances with his co-worker to Fleetwood Mac in Berk's Shoes & Clothing on JFK St. after opening their shop late Friday night. Celebrating the capture of the 2nd suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings, when asked how long they would be open until tonight, Mikey beamed "However long we want!".
Robert Hawthorn '15, Ewan Foster '15, and Caroline Brenin '15 watch from Cabot as Governor Deval Patrick gives a statement early Friday morning. The greater Boston area remains on lockdown as the manhunt continues for the second suspect in the Marathon bombings that took place on monday.