Industrious, which has Back Bay, Copley, Financial District and Seaport locations in Boston, said Tuesday that it plans to open a site of more than 21,550 square feet within The Charles Hotel in partnership with owner Carpenter & Co., a real estate developer, manager and broker.
History Cambridge explores the ties between immigration and industry in a History Café, “Changing Tides in Cambridge Industry,” taking place at 7 tonight. We will be joined by Andrew Robichaud, professor of history at Boston University, to discuss the various migrant groups who played crucial roles in the development of the city’s industrial sector.
The Porter Square Shopping Center, owned by Gravestar since its formation in 1994, has been packaged with eight other properties and sold to TA Realty of Boston in a $390 million deal. TA Realty’s partner was Wilder, also of Boston, which operates retail properties from Maine to Florida and Illinois.
J and J opened as a convenience store selling barbecue chicken back in 1990, and has kept its old-school feel in the most endearing ways. Among its specialties are big meaty prawns sautéed with a garlic port wine sauce – in concept, a simple dish, but it‘ll keep surprising you in the most satisfying ways.
Joyce Chen was Boston’s first real celebrity restaurateur and holds indisputable importance in U.S. culinary history. In the same era Julia Child was changing America’s palates through French cooking, Chen was doing just that with regional Chinese, introducing dishes such as Peking duck, hot and sour soup and moo shu pork.