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SOUTH BROOKLINE

Owners of a neighborhood institution close shop on a bitter note

By Emma Stickgold
Globe Correspondent / July 16, 2006

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The china, candy, and paper-by-the-pound have been cleared from the shelves. The electric sign bearing the store's name is turned off. Silence reigns in the once-cheery, bustling South Brookline institution, The Roundabout, which had its last day of business July 7. (Full article: 454 words)

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