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In Brookline, McDonald's was their kind of place

Frederick Hunter sips his coffee at the Coolidge Corner franchise that's been his daily destination for a decade. Frederick Hunter sips his coffee at the Coolidge Corner franchise that's been his daily destination for a decade. (SUZANNE KREITER/GLOBE STAFF)
By Irene Sege
Globe Staff / February 3, 2007

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BROOKLINE -- Usually neighborhood nostalgia is reserved for the mom-and-pop grocery or the corner cafe a local couple owned for decades. In Coolidge Corner, where some still miss the Woolworth's that had the space now occupied by a cellphone store, the latest object of lament is an unlikely one. (Full article: 1055 words)

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