Globe staff photos of the month, November 2019

Here’s a look at some of the best images taken by Globe photographers last month: Thanksgiving holiday, the loss of a firefighter, Women Veterans Appreciation Day, and high school sports playoffs.
Paul Jehle, president of the Plymouth Rock Foundation and a Mayflower descendant, prepared for the opening ceremony of the Annual Thanksgiving Parade in Plymouth on Nov. 23. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff)
Gabby Grondalski reacted after being honored for the best decorated tuba during the 34th annual Boston Tuba Christmas Concert at Faneuil Hall Marketplace on Nov. 30. Over 150 tuba players took part in the Boston Tuba Christmas Concert, presented by the Harvey Phillips Foundation, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to developing, expanding and preserving the art of music. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff)
Members of the USS Constitution’s 1812 Marine Guard gathered after marching in the Annual Thanksgiving Parade in Plymouth. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff)
A pedestrian walked past a rainbow painted on the side of a shop as rain fell in the Seaport District. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
The Kallender sisters, Aurora, 3 and Luciana, 1, visited Santa at CambridgeSide on Nov. 29. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
V. J. Ibones, visiting from Miami, took a quick turn on the ice at the Frog Pond before his flight home. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
Deanna McDevitt held her 2-year-old son, Tommy, after her promotion to district fire chief. She is the first woman district fire chief in the history of the Boston Fire Department. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
Dan Giacalone dressed his son Gus, 10 months, before bedtime at their home in Dedham. Dan and Raelee Giacalone know a lot about hunting for changing stations in public: They have four kids. Proposed legislation would require new public buildings, or those being substantially renovated, to include diaper changing stations accessible to all genders and disabled people. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff)
People embraced after the funeral procession for Worcester fire Lieutenant Jason Menard passed. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
The helmet of Worcester fire Lieutenant Jason Menard was carried during his funeral procession at St. John’s Catholic Church in Worcester. (Nic Antaya for The Boston Globe)
Johnette Marie Ellis is part of an art exhibit in which 11 artists asked the question “What’s Not Working?” (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
The Deborah Sampson Award was given to Christine Tron at the 15th Annual Women Veterans Appreciation Day Ceremony held at the Massachusetts State House. Tron is retired from the Army. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
A man inspected a Guinness advertisement for sale at auction at Doyle’s. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
Fourth-year medical student Alma Oñate posed for a portrait at Harvard Medical. Oñate is a DACA recipient and faces deportation if the Supreme Court upholds President Trump’s plan to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals immigration policy. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff)
Julia Mejia, candidate for Boston city councilor at-large, greeted voters in the South End on Election Day. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
Chanel Kennerly held a candle during a vigil on Transgender Day of Remembrance at St. Paul’s Church in downtown Boston. Transgender Day of Remembrance is a day for the transgender and nonbinary communities, as well as those who care for them, to come together and mourn those who have been taken from the community due to anti-transgender hate. (Erin Clark for The Boston Globe)
A shaft of early morning light illuminated a pedestrian passing the Greater Boston Chinese Golden Age Center and Hong Lok House on Essex Street in Chinatown. (Lane Turner/Globe Staff)
Evening rush-hour crossed the Zakim Bridge. (David L. Ryan/Globe Staff)
Alex Harris (center), a senior at Boston Collegiate Charter School, hugged Rosemary Martinez (left) and Katalina Cinelli during a walkout to protest racial unrest and discriminatory policies at the school. (Erin Clark for The Boston Globe)
Marines stood by the cake during a luncheon marking the 244th Birthday of the Marine Corps. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
Jaquail Owens and his daughter Tailynn Lewis, 14 months, during Table of Friends, the Garden Neighborhood Charities annual Thanksgiving Dinner at TD Garden. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff)
Senator Elizabeth Warren at Exeter High School on Veterans Day in New Hampshire. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
Inyoung You after her arraignment on charges she encouraged her boyfriend to kill himself. (Nic Antaya for The Boston Globe)
This mother fell behind on her payments for state-subsidized day care, and she couldn’t catch up even with a second job. Things spiraled from there, and now she is homeless. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
The Edaville family theme park in Carver. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff)
Hafsa Ali, 4, held earmuffs on her head while waiting to have her face painted at the Islamic Society of Boston. ISBCC hosted the First Annual Cultural Festival on Nov. 16 to celebrate and explore community diversity and international immigrants’ culture with a program of activities that included various different food and music. (Erin Clark for The Boston Globe)
Tim Lawton, as Santa Claus, sang during a rehearsal for the show “Christmas on Uranus”, a parody of the 1960’s show “Lost in Space”. The Gold Dust Orphans are a fringe theater company based in Boston and Provincetown. Founded in 1995 by writer/performer Ryan Landry and Scott Martino, it is a group of actors, musicians, writers and visual artists “dedicated to the production of shows that are often based on works of film, theater and popular culture.” (Erin Clark for The Boston Globe)
Carter Otis, 13, of Portsmouth, N.H., wore a pumpkin pie hat while waiting for a train at South Station. Carter was traveling with his family to Washington, D.C., for Thanksgiving week. Carter’s father, Ben Otis, is at right. (Craig F. Walker/Globe Staff)
Corey Desjardins, as Will Robinson, put on his space helmet as he gets ready for a rehearsal of their show “Christmas on Uranus”, a parody of the 1960’s show “Lost in Space”. The Gold Dust Orphans are a fringe theater company based in Boston and Provincetown. Founded in 1995 by writer/performer Ryan Landry and Scott Martino, it is a group of actors, musicians, writers, and visual artists “dedicated to the production of shows that are often based on works of film, theater and popular culture.” (Erin Clark for The Boston Globe)
A player arrived before dawn at the Pilgrim Hockey Arena in Hingham to participate in Has Been Hockey. Four teams rotate playing each other using two rinks. Games start at 6:30 a.m. (Stan Grossfeld/ Globe Staff)
Swampscott players cheered before the high school Thanksgiving football game against Marblehead in Marblehead, Marblehead won 22-16. (Nic Antaya for The Boston Globe)
John D. O’Bryant player Nicholas Centeio headed back to the locker room after a 13-7 loss on Thanksgiving to Boston Latin Academy in the Boston City League North title game at Madison Park. (Jessica Rinaldi/Globe Staff)
Wellesley’s Gabriela Torres (left) and Needham’s Jacqueline Pucillo (right) battled to head the ball in the Division One South Girl’s Soccer quarterfinal match on Nov. 7. Needham won 2-1. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
East Bridgewater High’s Sydney Dewhurst (left) scored the game-winning goal against Hanover High during the MIAA D3 South girls’ soccer semifinals at Hanover High on Nov. 11 Dewhurst’s teammates Chloe Lang (middle) and Emma Pero celebrated the 2-1 victory. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
Watertown’s Elizabeth Loftus (middle) leaped for joy after scoring the winning goal in overtime in the quarterfinal Division 2 North Tournament game against Wayland on Nov. 2. Wayland’s Aiden Chitkara (right) looked on after the 1-0 loss. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
Medford High player Raphael Ribeiro held his face in his hands after his team’s 2-1 loss to Lincoln-Sudbury in the Division 1 North boys’ soccer final at Manning Field in Lynn on Nov. 16. (Erin Clark for The Boston Globe)
Somerset Berkley celebrated a 4-1 victory against Longmeadow in the D1 MIAA field hockey final on Nov. 16. (Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff)
Washington Wizards guard Isaiah Thomas (4) and Boston Celtics guard Jaylen Brown (7) tangled in the fourth quarter of the Celtics’ 140-133 victory on Nov. 13. (Barry Chin/Globe Staff)
New England Patriots defensive back Stephon Gilmore intercepted a pass intended for Dallas Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper during second quarter action at Gillette Stadium on Nov. 24. The Patriots won 13-9. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady tossed the ball away after being sacked in the fourth quarter by the Baltimore Ravens on Nov. 3. The Patriots lost 37-20 in the game at Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium. (Jim Davis/Globe Staff)
The Boston Bruins’ Danton Heinen got his stick on a flying puck in front of Washington Capitals goalie Baden Holtby as the Capitals’ John Carlson took a swipe at it in the first period. The Bruins fell 3-2 in the Nov. 16 game. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
The Boston Bruins’ Brad Marchand celebrated his game-winning goal with teammate Patrice Bergeron in front of the Pittsburgh Penguins’ Sidney Crosby (left) and Brian Dumoulin (8) during the third period at TD Garden on Nov. 4. The Bruins won 6-4. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
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