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Boston Scenes 10/03/2013

Two Boston Arts Academy students play a duet on the piano installed on City Hall Plaza.
Mayor Thomas M. Menino kicks off the “Play Me I’m Yours” street piano project on Boston City Hall Plaza on Sept. 27.
“Sculpture in the Park” is an outdoor public art exhibit at Franklin Square Park sponsored by United South End Settlements. The exhibit kicks off with a reception from 1pm-3pm. on Oct. 19. Eight local artists and a group of students from USES’ Children’s Art Centre will install sculptures from trees, from fences and along the lawn. The exhibit runs through Nov. 3. “Cheshire Grin” by Lyn MacDonald pictured above.
On Sept. 29, community-building organization Circle the City held “Circle The City: Open Streets, Open World,” on a 1.1 mile car-free corridor of Blue Hill Ave. between Warren and Dudley streets. The event featured zumba and dance classes, a family fun zone and a historic photo exhibit.
Former New England Patriots player Eric Alexander serves food from Darryl’s Corner Bar and Kitchen to Gov. Deval Patrick at the 16th “Men of Boston Cook for Women’s Health” at the Codman Square Health Center on Sept. 26.
Action for Boston Community Development president and CEO John J. Drew (left)giving former Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers (right) a framed photo plaque as thanks for his support of ABCD at the organization’s Hoop Dreams fundraiser at TD Garden.
Bassist Charnett Mofitt performs with the Will Calhoun Trio during the Beantown Jazz Festival last week. The three-day festival brought top jazz musicians to multiple stages on Columbus Ave. in Lower Roxbury, Scullers Jazz Club and the Berklee Performance Center.
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