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11 South End Chefs to Cook at Fenway’s ‘Boston Bites Back’

Eleven South End chefs will join over 100 top chefs from the Greater Boston and Cambridge area to raise $ 1 million for The One Fund at Fenway Park on Wednesday night, through the culinary event Boston Bites Back.  The event is spearheaded by celeb chefs Ken Oringer and Ming Tsai, the Boston Red Sox, Governor Patrick, Mayor Menino, and ARAMARK. The idea is to bring Bostonians together to eat, drink and demonstrate Boston’s unrelenting spirit, while raising money for the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing, according to organizers. “BBB is an opportunity for the city to join as one and acknowledge our strength as a community,” said Ken Oringer, owner of Clio, Toro, Copa & Uni. “Nothing speaks more to our collective resolve than an evening of hospitality, unity and hometown pride in one of the most iconic venues in Boston – Fenway Park.” The event also features an online auction with Boston-centric prizes like throwing out the first pitch at Fenway Park, meeting Bill Belichcik, and a special celebrity cookoff right in your own home.  The event will be held from 6-10 p.m. at Fenway on Wednesday, May 15. General admission is $ 200, and VIP admission is $ 1,000 per ticket.  List of South End Chefs participating:  Ken Oringer – Toro, Coppa Gordon Hamersly – Hamersly’s Bistro Jamie Bissonette – Toro, Coppa Joanne Chang – Flour Bakery, Myers + Chang Andy Husbands – Tremont 647 Ting Yang – Oishii  Evan Deluty – Stella Karen Akunowicz – Myers + Chang Justin Winters – Cinquecento Kevin O’Donnell – Salty Pig Jacky Robert – Petit Robert Bistro Who is your favorite South End chef on the list? Will you be attending the Boston Bites Back fundraiser at Fenway Park tonight? Tell us in the comments.  SOUTH END PATCH: Facebook | Twitter | E-mail Updates South End Patch


Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - May 15, 2013 at 10:37 am

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Fenway’s Faithful Return Battered But Not Broken

  A man reached out from the stream of people making the trek from Kenmore Station to Fenway Park Saturday morning to shake the hand of a military police officer standing guard. “God bless you,” he said meaningfully. The Boston Red Sox would play a game against the Kansas City Royals beginning at 1 p.m. The three-game series against the Royals was supposed to begin Friday night, but the game was postponed while the city was in lockdown mode as a manhunt for the second suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings ensued. Boston rejoiced after that suspect, Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, was arrested in Watertown just before 9 p.m. Friday. As Kenmore Square awoke Saturday morning there was a feeling of calm amid significantly heightened security. Boston University students Ameila Cochin and Jackie Mahedy reflected on the week as they sipped iced coffee outside of Dunkin Donuts. “I’m definitely relieved,” Mahedy, 19, from Wyckoff, N.J. said. “It’s cool seeing people out and about. It’s a little surreal.” Cochin, 19, from Newton, said the visible police, K-9 units, security detail and armed guards who have descended on the Fenway area soothe her after a harrowing week. “There’s clearly a large police presence still,” Cochin said. “It’s nice to see. I think they’re here to make people feel more safe and secure.” The mood about law enforcement changed over night, according to two men smoking a cigarette and cigar outside of Game On! on Brookline Avenue. One of those men, Jose Garcia, was visiting from his hometown of Bethlehem, Pa. After being glued to a television set in his hotel room like everyone else Friday night, he said he was proud to attend Saturday’s game. “Obviously you’ve got to thank the police,” he said. “Everyone was unified. Next time [terrorists] want to do something like this, don’t pick Boston.” Others were cynical following the fear, panic and loss of life the Boston populace dealt with this week. Retired law enforcement officer Warren Emerson said just because police caught Tsarnaev does not mean this is over. “Some knucklehead somewhere wants to one-up it,” he said. Emerson, from Hollywood, Fla., had been in Boston on vacation since Tuesday. As he waited to get into Fenway Park on its 101st birthday, he said Americans have to continue to be vigilant. “Other people out there want greater harm to come to us, it’s a fact,” he said. Still, in a way, it was just another late-April Sox game. Sausage vendors were hawking sausages, street drummers were slamming their drums, and young people with tickets were taking it all in. Mike Galantini, […]


Posted by Massachusetts Legal Resources - April 21, 2013 at 10:24 am

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