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Boston Scenes 10-01-2015

DCBK Proprietor Darryl Settles with his wife Dr. Lisa Owens.
Former employee (r) Browne and friends.
Eastern Bank President Bob Rivers and Settles.
Owens and friends.
Guests celebrating.
Elynor Walcott and Pauline Bilsky in feather boas.
ynn DuVal Luse with a feather boa and saxophone.
A Jazz Festival visitor poses with a saxophone.
Jazz Festival visitors strike a pose.
Cape Verdean Prime Minister Jose Maria Neves (center) is greeted by local elected officials at the State House (left-right) state Sen. Michael Rodrigues, Rep. Ben Swan, Sen. Vinny deMacedo, Rep. Evandro Carvalho, Nieves, Rep. Antonio Cabral, Gov. Charles Baker and U.S. Rep. Michael Capuano.
Governor Charlie Baker joined parents and the Great Schools Massachusetts Coalition to rally for more public charter schools across the Commonwealth.
Celebrating its fifth year anniversary since re-purchasing in 2010, proprietor Darryl Settles and the Darryl’s Corner Bar & Kitchen (DCBK) Team brought in the special occasion with family, friends and loyal customers who have supported the restaurant since it’s reopening. Guests enjoyed passed hors d’ ovoures, complimentary cocktails and two birthday cakes (one honoring the founding South End Institution Bob the Chef’s (58 yrs.), and the other honoring DCBK! Joined by WCVB-TV’s Karen Holmes Ward, Settles thanked guests for their support throughout the years. “I am very happy to have created a venue where people from across the city and beyond can enjoy great southern comfort cuisine, while also enjoying live music and an active bar scene,” stated Settles. “This would not be possible without the support of you and so many others throughout the city.” Founder of the Beantown Jazz Festival, Settles encouraged everyone to get and stay involved in issues impacting their community. <br><br> More than 100 people came to the JazzBoston/ArtsBoston Fantasy Foto Booth at the Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival last Saturday to live their jazz fantasy for a few minutes and share it with the world via Instagram. After selecting from an array of borrowed jazz fashion items and instruments — including a jacket, shades, and sticks loaned for the occasion by legendary drummer and Roxbury native Roy Haynes — they struck poses for JazzBoston’s team of photographers and a crowd of onlookers.