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'It comes when it rains,' said Chuck Caggiano, co-owner of Super Flash T-shirts, of the smell of smoke that lingers from last year's fire at the Tai Ho Chinese restaurant near his store. "It comes when it rains," said Chuck Caggiano, co-owner of Super Flash T-shirts, of the smell of smoke that lingers from last year's fire at the Tai Ho Chinese restaurant near his store. (Globe Staff Photo / George Rizer)
By Donovan Slack and John Ellement
Globe Staff / August 27, 2008

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On certain days, the odor of smoke returns to the small strip of stores that once housed the Tai Ho Chinese restaurant in West Roxbury. (Full article: 1162 words)

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