The road ahead for many Boston Marathon bombing survivors has been marked by recovery, resilience, and renaissance.
For Celeste and Sydney Corcoran, the photo shoot marked their first return to Boylston Street.
They are an inspiration wherever they go and this weekend four Boston Marathon survivors were grand marshals for the City of Lights Parade in Lowell.
One of the Boston Marathon bombing survivors walked on her new prosthetic legs for the first time yesterday.
Wounded military veterans joined survivors of the Boston Marathon bombings on the field before the start of the Patriots-Jets game Thursday night.
Boston Marathon bombing survivor Sydney Corcoran walks onto the Merrimack College campus with a great sense of accomplishment.
Celeste Corcoran, who lost both legs in the attack, took her first steps using prosthetics.
Sydney Corcoran was injured in the Boston Marathon bombings.
On Monday, in honor of Celeste Corcoran, a “Boston Strong Celestathon” took place throughout the city of Boston to help raise money for the Corcoran family.
On any other day, in any other room, in any other city it could be seen as nothing more than a simple gesture of a gift.