Singer-songwriter Charlie Puth and Ernie Boch Jr. stopped by the Josiah Quincy Upper School in Boston to celebrate the new piano and keyboards that were made possible by a grant by Music Drives Us, a charitable organization that Boch founded in 2006. Puth appeared at the school on behalf of the VH1 Save The Music Foundation, a national nonprofit that supports instrumental music education programs in schools across the country (and Boch serves on the VH1 foundation’s board). Puth is no stranger to Boston — he graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2013 —
Meanwhile, in Newton, Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito visited a state and local government class at Lasell College and spoke to students about her political career, the upcoming election and ballot questions, and the administration’s efforts to combat opioid addiction. . . .
Former major league pitcher Derek Lowe and retired Bruins defenseman Ray Bourque were seen dining at Legal Sea Foods at Logan Airport on Saturday (but they weren’t together).