Alert the Harvard Business School alumni association: The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company holds its annual leadership change tomorrow, and that means a march around downtown with frequent firing of muskets, with even more musket fire - and cannon fire - on the Common between 1 and 2 p.m. Read more.
Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company
A California man who claims he suffered permanent ear damage from one of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company's annual June artillery barrages on the Common wants $20 million in recompense - half from the historic group and half from the National Guard. Read more.
Ted Folkman watched the musketfire downtown as the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company held its annual June procession.
On the first Monday of every June, the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company elects a new leader, then marches from the Old State House to lay a wreath at the grave of their first captain, Robery Keayne. And that's what there were a bunch of guys in uniforms marching around downtown today.