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Short Orders

New owners, same fine kettle of fish

Alan Wulf (left), Chris and Hannah Walker Edelman, and baby Elle. Alan Wulf (left), Chris and Hannah Walker Edelman, and baby Elle. (John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
By Jane Dornbusch
Globe Correspondent / October 6, 2010

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When Chris Edelman and his wife, Hannah Walker Edelman, bought Wulf’s Fish Market in Brookline last spring, they made a big change: They moved the cash register — an old-fashioned, nondigital model — from one side of the store to the other. Beyond that, the Edelmans have no major plans for updating the venerable market. It was the shop’s old-fashioned ... (Full article: 329 words)

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