liv·er·y (lv-r, lvr) n. pl. liv·er·ies 1. A distinctive uniform worn by the male servants of a household. 2. The distinctive dress worn by the members of a particular group; uniform: ushers in livery. 3. The costume or insignia worn by the retainers of a feudal lord. a. The boarding and care of horses for a fee. b. The hiring out of horses and carriages. c. A livery stable. 5. A business that offers vehicles, such as automobiles or boats, for hire. 6. Law Official delivery of property, especially land, to a new owner. hack·ney (hkn) pl. hack·neys 1. often Hackney A horse of a breed developed in England. 2. A trotting horse suited for routine riding or driving. 3. A coach or carriage for hire. Do you see any differences here aside from how people dress? Hackney – commonly referred to as a taxi here in Boston….”a coach or carriage for hire”. The …
Month: July 2014
Big shout out to Clinton Sparks for representing with a Dot Rat shirt down and the Cure Lounge on Friday night…I appreciate the love and got the biggest kick out of seeing the pics. Please take the time to check out the Band Together Project @ https://bandtogetherproject.thismoment.com/youtube and help Clinton take a stand against bullying.
You’re next John Howard!
I also gotta give a shout to Pete and Tony down at Beantown Athletics for making it happen. They make a mean tshirt and are the reason why Mr. Sparks looked so legit. Head down and buy a shirt for yourself….aside from Dot Rat stuff, the guys have tons of cool designs.
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This has to be one of the coolest things going on in South Boston at the moment. These folks at Higher Ground Farm have taken an otherwise dead space and built the second largest rooftop farm in the world, all while providing some killer produce to local shops and restaurants. Hats off to these guys for their vision and the City of Boston for seeing its value and helping these folks build a business.
When am I going to see some Black Falcon tomatoes at Lamberts people?
Check them out on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/highergroundfarm
Or their website : http://higher-ground-farm.com/