A once grubby market is recycled and packs in the crowds
On the face of Boston's Faneuil Hall is a metal plaque reading:
Here orators in ages past Have mounted their attack Undaunted by the proximity Of sausage on the rack.
While men like Andrew Jackson and Daniel Webster debated the future of the Republic in the hall, merchants in Quincy Market across the square sold sides of beef and sacks of potatoes to the citizens. For nearly a century, Faneuil Hall and its three-block-long annexesQuincy, North and South Marketsstood at the center of...