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Tracing transitions via young men of Fall River

An image from Richard Renaldi's book ''Fall River Boys,'' which contains 89 black-and-white photographs taken over the past decade during Renaldi's visits to the city. An image from Richard Renaldi's book ''Fall River Boys,'' which contains 89 black-and-white photographs taken over the past decade during Renaldi's visits to the city. (Richard Renaldi)
By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / June 14, 2009

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Fall River, for many people, is the sort of place you leave, while Cape Cod is the sort of place you go to. (Full article: 1163 words)

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