Legg Mason is capturing decent inflows as other active managers suffer, but its shares are up and future growth is uncertain.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
JULY 28, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
415 FRANKLIN STREET
BUFFALO, NEW YORK, 14202
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - MASON ST. MARKETING LLC
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A newly restored house in Buffalo by Frank Lloyd Wright receives a bountiful stained-glass gift from the University of Victoria in Canada.
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By Justin Phillips - Wednesday Mar 1, 2017
Pal’s Take Away is evolving out in Oakland. After a few years bouncing around the Bay Area, not only does the shop have long-term residence in Oakland’s Forage Kitchen, the menu is being tweaked, and the name has transformed into Pal’s Take Away 25th St. Rotisserie and Sandwich Shop.
The menu has expanded to include half or whole porchettas with marash chile, fennel, and garlic; half or whole rubbed local chickens; and ginger-mint and lime-basted Sonoma lamb legs.
The shift at Pal’s is really just the backdrop for a bigger story — the sandwich outfit’s success earned it an extended stay at Forage Kitchen’s cafe. The original plan for that space was for it to be a rotating residency for members.
Pal’s is actually the first business to take the post and according to Forage Kitchen co-owner Iso Rabins, he’s not looking to usher it out any time soon.
“We’re just playing it by ear and it’s really going well,” Rabins said. “As far as the future goes, we aren’t putting any end date in sight.”
Jeff Mason, owner of Pal’s, said the shop has always had a client base willing to seek it out. The trend is continuing at his new extended-stay Oakland space.
“In terms of where we go next, I’m looking for a small spot with some foot traffic,” Mason said. “I don’t have anything in mind at the moment.”
Pal’s is also offering up rotisserie whole fish specials along with daily lunch selections of sandwiches and salads. It’s all pulled from the Oakland farmers’ markets, along with the shop’s seasonal vegetable baskets.
Pal’s was in San Francisco for five years before moving to Firebrand in Oakland for a while. Now, Mason said the Forage Kitchen space gives him time to just work and methodically plot the next step.
“We’re just going to see what happens,” he said.
Pal’s Take Away 25th St. Rotisserie and Sandwich Shop: 478 25th Street, Oakland, palstakeaway.com
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By San Francisco Chronicle - Friday Jul 28, 2017
Sunday Audrey Fielding, David Fielding, Luciana Cacciatore, Carlo Longo, Lucia Erriquez “Salento By 5: Friendship, Food, Music & Travel Within The Heel of Italy’s Boot.” 4:30 p.m. Museo Italo Americano, Fort Mason Center. (415) 673-2200. museoitaloamericano.org. Poetry Flash Christopher Howell, Joseph Miller and Dorianne Laux are featured. 3 p.m. Diesel, 5433 College Ave., Oakland. (510) 653-9965. www.dieselbookstore.com. Shanta Nimbark Sacharoff “Other Avenues Are Possible: Legacy of the People’s Food System of the San Francisco Bay Area.” 3 p.m. Omnivore Books, 3885 Cesar Chavez St., S.F.