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Not-so-green acres

Short on shade and visitors, the Rose Kennedy Greenway, atop the Big Dig tunnel, is off to a slow start in its inaugural summer

In glimpses of the Greenway, (photos clockwise from upper left), Nicholas Cavallerano, 5, enjoyed a water display; Rui Medeiros removed weeds; pedestrians took a stroll in the Wharf District; the view southward from North End Park. In glimpses of the Greenway, (photos clockwise from upper left), Nicholas Cavallerano, 5, enjoyed a water display; Rui Medeiros removed weeds; pedestrians took a stroll in the Wharf District; the view southward from North End Park. (Photos by Jonathan Wiggs/ Globe Staff)
By Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / July 13, 2008

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