WCVB5 Chronicle Worcester is one of the top 10 cities in the country poised to recover stronger post-pandemic, Bloomberg analysis finds Worcester’s population is once again growing thanks to billions of dollars in public and private investment. With increasing development, how does the city plan to retain life-long residents and those looking for a fresh start? NEEDHAM, Mass. — Worcester’s Printer’s Building has become a hub of innovation. City Manager Edward Augustus toured the building with Chronicle and met everyone from artists to radio personalities. He even enjoyed a performance by Crocodile River Music.
Harry Kokkinis is the third-generation owner of Table Talk Pies, which has been baking pies in Kelley Square since 1942. But Kokkinis says it’s time for a change. Table Talk Pies is moving out of Kelley Square and over to their new facility in the summer of 2021.
Math = Pie!!! It doesn’t have to be 3.14 to enjoy a Table Talk Pie but National Pie Day is a perfect reason to indulge!
This 3rd generation family have been making fresh baked pies since 1924 and have no plans on slowing down. They are always in the community making life just a litter sweeter!
Back in the early 2000s they partnered up with a handful of schools to donate pies in honor of education on 3.14 and today they supply over 170 schools including over a dozen in Providence with Pies as a way to support education and show gratitude to our educators.
WORCESTER (CBS) — A big bang in Worcester marked a new milestone on the way to Polar Park and the revitalization of an important area of the city. Workers have begun demolishing the last building standing on the property that will become the new home of the Woo Sox, and right next door, a longtime Worcester institution is moving to a new home, clearing the way for more development in Kelley Square.
Whether you’re trying to beef up for the football team, recover from a tonsillectomy, or find maximum indulgence in a cup, there’s a milkshake waiting for you at the Table Talk Pie Store in Worcester.
Manager Caitlin Enck finds herself fielding the same question over and over again: “Does the Table Talk Pie Store sell anything besides — pie?”
The answer is: not really.
It’s a better business model than you think. American psychologist Barry Schwartz built his entire career on the finding that offering consumers fewer choices makes them happier. The Table Talk Pie Store is an excellent example of this.
WORCESTER – On Pi Day, Table Talk Pies handed out thousands of its iconic treats to public schoolchildren, and it was much appreciated.
“I like this the best,” said Douglas Monteroza, a pupil at Canterbury Street Elementary School, holding a chocolate eclair pie that he and friend Maytham Abdulkareen received from Table Talk Pies President Harry Kokkinis. “The cream is so good and it is perfect with the chocolate.”
Mr. Kokkinis visited the school Thursday morning, accompanied by several pallets of Table Talk pies. Mr. Kokkinis, along with employee Tara Tula, who was dressed as a Table Talk pie, handed out pies at lunch hour to any student who wanted one.
Pi Day was created to celebrate pi, a mathematical constant and irrational number used to define the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. It is celebrated on March 14 because its first three of an infinite number of non-repeating digits are 3.14.
“We like to celebrate (Pi Day) with schools in Worcester by giving away pies and help math teachers with their lessons on the importance of the number pi,” Mr. Kokkinis said. “It is a number that helps us create circles. We use pi every day and we use it when we make our pies, as our pies are round.”