Boston Strong: City United After Attacks

Boston favorites the Bruins, Red Sox and Dropkick Murphys help their hometown to heal.
3:00 | 04/22/13

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Over the weekend, everyone's thoughts about boston. There will be a moment of silence today at 2:50 p.M., One week exactly after the bombs went off at the finish line of the boston marathon. This weekend, thisroud and resilient town showed its real spirit and why boston strong is much more now than just a turn of phrase. ♪ America ♪ ♪ america ♪ Reporter: As hundreds of bostonians gathered near the site of the bombings to pray, sing, and pay tribute to the victims, their maum has become the city's new mantra. We are boston strong. The resilient spirit on display from the most remote brick wall to just about everywhere a crowd might gather. At the boston garden, members of the bruins gave their jerseys to first responders of the bombing. And to fenway park, where long-time favorite red sock david ortiz gave a passionate pregame speech encouraging everyone to stay trong because -- this is our city. Reporter: Words the head of the fcc chose to overlook because he said, david ortiz spoke from the heart at today's red sox game. I stand with big papi and the people of boston. ♪ Reporter: From grand gestures like punk band drop kick murphy raising $100,000 to small acts of kindness. Like this officer delivering milk to families while under lockdown. ♪ Sweet caroline ♪ Reporter: Boston's defiance summed up by one song, "sweet caroline." Neil diamond took to fenway to sing his trademark hit. By song's end, his voice just one of many, loud, proud, 35,000 boston strong. ♪ Good times never seemed so good so good so good so good ♪ ♪ I've been inclined ♪ ♪ bum, bum, bum ♪ ♪ to believe they never would ♪ Reporter: Neil diamond showed up. Didn't have to be asked. He said, I want to sing it today. Why not in why not? Ground swell of support for boat owner dave henneberry. Hundreds of people across the country want to buy him a new seahawk 2,000. I want to show this again. A member of law enforcement delivering milk to a family who needed it. Let us take this moment to thank all of those who put their lives on the line and sacrifice so we might enjoy the freedoms we enjoy here. What a performance by law enforcement last week. With the public. A lot of help going out to boston. Sam, let's get some weather. A whole lot of humanity.

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