Make Way for Millionaires

Spending money is what they do, from $15 glasses of wine to $5,000 suits to $3 million condos. They're loud and proud, and they've taken Boston from the Brahmins. Is this what it means to be a world-class city?

Millionaires out shopping
By Kris Frieswick
May 14, 2006

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I t's Wednesday night at 28 Degrees, and every soft leather banquette in the place is taken. Outside on Appleton Street, valets sprint back and forth to keep up with the double-parked Jaguar sedans, Mercedes SUVs, and Bentley coupes. Weekends bring out the birthday-and-anniversary crowd, but Wednesdays at 28 are for locals: entrepreneurs, philanthropists, designers, developers, gay, straight, young, and ... (Full article: 3742 words)

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