Pet Parade: Bay Path Humane Society Of HopkintonTwo dogs up for adoption through the Bay Path Humane Society of Hopkinton were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.Duron Harmon Apologizes After Being Denied Entry To Costa Rica With MarijuanaNew England Patriots safety Duron Harmon was denied entry to Costa Rica when officers discovered marijuana in his luggage.Tajouri Scores 2 Goals, NYCFC Play Revolution To 2 2 DrawIsmael Tajouri scored two goals and Sean Johnson had five saves to help New York City FC play the New England Revolution to a 2 2 draw.Kyrie Irving Could Resume Basketball Activities In 3 6 Weeks After Knee ProcedureThe Celtics have received some potentially good news on All Star point guard Kyrie Irving.Chris Sale Exits Final Spring Start After Being Hit By Line DriveChris Sale was hit with a line drive in the left leg or hip on Saturday.Celtics Mount Fourth Quarter Comeback To Beat Trail BlazersMarcus Morris scored 30 points and the short handed Celtics rallied to beat the Trail Blazers 105 100 on Friday night in Portland.Pet Parade: Bay Path Humane Society Of HopkintonTwo dogs up for adoption through the Bay Path Humane Society of Hopkinton were featured on the Pet Parade Sunday morning.WBZ Mid Morning Forecast For March 25Barry Burbank has your latest weather forecast.Phantom Gourmet: The Toast Office In WestwoodWant to start your day with something delicious? Well, The Toast Office definitely delivers.Best Spring Arts Events In BostonBoston is a lively town for the arts, but in the spring it becomes even livelier, with arts festivals and exhibits that cover a huge range of interests.Best Ways To Support Boston Local Art SceneThe art scene in Boston is much more than the grand concert halls, world class museums and famous architecture of which the city is rightfully proud. Boston is a city where musicians, painters, artisans and others who practice and display their talents are not only welcomed but encouraged. Here are just five of the best ways to support the local art scene in Boston.BOSTON (CBS) You know those hometown hero salutes often seen during breaks in NFL games? Those feel good tributes to the brave men and women that serve our country in the armed forces?As it turns out, almost half of the teams in the NFL accepted money from taxpayers to put on these displays.Here are the 14 NFL teams that accepted taxpayer money to honor the military from 2011 to 2014:On the New York Jets partnership with the New Jersey National Guard, Senator Jeff Flake (R Arizona) called out the agreement as wasteful spending, saying in a recent interview:of us go to sporting events and see them honoring the heroes.