Arts & Culture

Feature Video: Haymarket, The Soul of the City

The Haymarket Project documentary has been released in a feature video titled Haymarket, the Soul of the City. For the last two years, the project has been releasing seasonal videos about the historic outdoor food marketplace. An accompanying exhibition is also being shown at Suffolk University’s Adams Gallery through August 30, 2015. The feature presents the four seasons at Boston’s Haymarket with photographs by Read More…

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The Haymarket Project: Part IV – Fall

The fourth and final part of The Haymarket Project covers the Fall season with stories from the diverse vendors in Boston’s Haymarket. This episode includes interviews with: Roy Fournier, Harry’s Cheese and Cold Cuts Alyssa “Sina” Chhim Jonathan Chhim Scott Lampert The year-long project captures the varying atmosphere of each season at the market taking viewers on Read More…

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The Haymarket Project: Part III – Summer

In the third of a four-part series, The Haymarket Project moves into the Summer stories of the diverse vendors in Boston’s Haymarket. This year-long project captures the varying atmosphere of each season at the market taking viewers on a unique tour of this centuries-old market. Haymarket Project – Part III includes interviews with vendors and customers, and a few tips Read More…

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The Haymarket Project: Part Two – The Terminal Market

This is the second of four parts of The Haymarket Project, telling the stories of the diverse array of vendors in Boston’s Haymarket. This section interviews vendors in the Boston Market Terminal and features archival images from the early twentieth century. Vendors interviewed in Part Two include Otto Gallotto, Joseph Omessimo and Frank Pennacchio. The Read More…

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The Haymarket Project: Part One – Winter

Historic New England is producing a four part series called The Haymarket Project, of which Part One is currently available. The project features historic photos and vendor interviews. From the producers: Ask anyone who lives in or has visited Boston, and they inevitably have a story about a trip to Haymarket – an interaction with Read More…