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Roxbury

Architects vie for a chance to rejuvenate Dudley Square

By Anna Fiorentino
Globe Correspondent / November 16, 2008

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Longtime Roxbury resident and merchant Jamaada Abdal Kallaq-Smith remembers Dudley Square the way it was before years of "deterioration due to drugs and what they call the ghetto, before the socioeconomic things that go on in a city took hold." (Full article: 717 words)

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