Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Faneuil Hall Marketplace notes somebody made sure Red Auerbach was ready for today's opening Bruins/Rangers playoff game.
Todd English getting refinanced; will use part of fresh cash to pay taxman, landlord over failed Faneuil Hall restaurantBy adamg - 4/30/13 - 12:18 pm
Todd English is refinancing his culinary empire, which now stretches from Charlestown to Las Vegas. Locally, the infusion of money means English will be able to pay the state of Massachusetts and the company that operates Faneuil Hall back payments for Kingfish Hall, which closed under a cloud of acrimony last year.
Ron Chorney, CFO of Todd English Enterprises, Inc., gave the financial update to the Boston Licensing Board this morning, at a hearing to request more time to sell the restaurant's main remaining asset - its liquor license.
The Internet is now complete: Site posts photos of people taking photos of that giant noodle at Faneuil HallBy adamg - 11/3/12 - 3:43 pm
As city officials debate how to get more liquor licenses, celebrichef to explain why he should keep license he's not usingBy adamg - 6/7/12 - 7:59 am
Todd English goes before the Boston Licensing Board next week to explain why it shouldn't strip him of the liquor license for Kingfish Hall, the Faneuil Hall Marketplace restaurant he recently closed in a nasty rent dispute with marketplace management.
By law, holders of liquor licenses - which in Boston now typically go for $300,000 or so on the open market - are not allowed to sit on them after their restaurants close.
In the past, however, the board has been reluctant to strip owners of licenses at their first hearings, and has often given owners exemptions, sometimes over several years, to either re-open their restaurants or find a buyer.
A concerned citizen has had enough of all those gold-plated people just silently staring at him in front of Faneuil Hall:
The living statues, dancers, etc are taking over and people are not seeing the reason to be here Our HISTORY.
J.L. Bell begins an investigation.
Boston Police report arresting a man on a shoplifting charge at Faneuil Hall Marketplace yesterday afternoon.
According to police, William Anderson started at a pushcart in the main market building and placed five pink sweatshirts under his jacket. He then stole six pairs of sweatpants from another cart and placed those under his jacket. Police say he then sauntered into the Bill Rodgers store, where he placed 12 t-shirts under his jacket. Then officers arrived and placed him in custody.
Citizen complaint of the day: Why is Charlie Brown selecting the Faneuil Hall Marketplace Christmas tree?By adamg - 11/12/11 - 12:39 pm
Disgusted citizen is disgusted; complains to the city about the new marketplace Christmas tree:
This Christmas tree in FH is a disgrace and needs to be replaced.
The city throws up its municipal hands:
Case Invalid. Under jurisdiction of marketplace association. they should be contacted directed w/ comments.
That's a custom-sewn T Red's wearing at Faneuil Hall Marketplace today.
Photo by Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
Boston Police announce the now standard parking bans for Game 7 around the Garden, Faneuil Hall and, of course, Kenmore Square (even though most college students are now home for the summer).
Guy rides local elevators, offers commentary on their performance: