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The New England Aquarium 
The aquarium opened in the summer of 1969 and was part of the waterfront urban renewal plan that transformed Central Wharf. 
(BILL GREENE/GLOBE STAFF)

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The New England Aquarium

The aquarium opened in the summer of 1969 and was part of the waterfront urban renewal plan that transformed Central Wharf.

(BILL GREENE/GLOBE STAFF)

Globe photos of the week, July 6, 2012 
The best photos taken this week by Globe staff photographers, as chosen by the Globe’s photo desk.
(YOON S. BYUN/GLOBE STAFF)

Globe photos of the week, July 6, 2012 

The best photos taken this week by Globe staff photographers, as chosen by the Globe’s photo desk.

(YOON S. BYUN/GLOBE STAFF)

FROM THE ARCHIVES
The Sumner Tunnel 
The first of three underwater crossings beneath Boston Harbor, the Sumner Tunnel, opened on June 30, 1934.

FROM THE ARCHIVES

The Sumner Tunnel

The first of three underwater crossings beneath Boston Harbor, the Sumner Tunnel, opened on June 30, 1934.

PHOTO GALLERY
Globe photos of the week 
The best photos taken this week by Globe staff photographers, as chosen by the Globe’s photo desk.
(DAVID L. RYAN/GLOBE STAFF)

PHOTO GALLERY

Globe photos of the week

The best photos taken this week by Globe staff photographers, as chosen by the Globe’s photo desk.

(DAVID L. RYAN/GLOBE STAFF)

Editorial cartoon: Having it all 
Dan Wasserman of The Boston Globe looks at the topic of whether women can really have it all.

Editorial cartoon: Having it all

Dan Wasserman of The Boston Globe looks at the topic of whether women can really have it all.

The race begins for new domain names 
Nonprofits, government agencies, universities, and companies - including The Boston Globe - are seeking control over hundreds of new domain names.
(ANDREW COWIE/AFP/GETTY IMAGES)

The race begins for new domain names

Nonprofits, government agencies, universities, and companies - including The Boston Globe - are seeking control over hundreds of new domain names.

(ANDREW COWIE/AFP/GETTY IMAGES)

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The Boston Strangler 
The Boston Strangler first struck on June 14, 1962, and panic gripped the city as the killings continued through 1964. No one was ever convicted, though one man confessed.
(UPI TELEPHOTO/BOSTON GLOBE ARCHIVE)

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The Boston Strangler

The Boston Strangler first struck on June 14, 1962, and panic gripped the city as the killings continued through 1964. No one was ever convicted, though one man confessed.

(UPI TELEPHOTO/BOSTON GLOBE ARCHIVE)

TO GRAMMAR’S HOUSE
Identification, please 
From “front-runner” to “casino mogul,” editors must be careful when applying identifying words and phrases to people.
(ISTOCK)

TO GRAMMAR’S HOUSE

Identification, please

From “front-runner” to “casino mogul,” editors must be careful when applying identifying words and phrases to people.

(ISTOCK)

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Boston’s Newspaper Row 
- Newspaper Row on Washington Street was home to many Boston newspapers, including the Globe, from the late 1800s to the 1950s.

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Boston’s Newspaper Row

- Newspaper Row on Washington Street was home to many Boston newspapers, including the Globe, from the late 1800s to the 1950s.

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WWII on the home front 
- As Memorial Day approaches, patriotic scenes of World War II in Boston and New Bedford serve as a reminder of war efforts during that time.

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WWII on the home front

- As Memorial Day approaches, patriotic scenes of World War II in Boston and New Bedford serve as a reminder of war efforts during that time.