Essdras M. Suarez, Globe Staff
A celebratory week wraps up with the annual parade from Copley Square to City Hall Plaza, where festivities include entertainment, artisans, and family activities. Headliners are Alexis Jordan, Rye Rye, and Kerli. This year’s events honor the international Pride organizers association InterPride, founded in Boston in 1982. June 9, noon, parade leaves from Copley Square and ends at City Hall Plaza, where festival continues until 6 p.m. Rain or shine. Boston Pride Week events now through June 10, see website for details. www.bostonpride.org
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