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A hole in the heart

With demise of doughnut shop, Cambridge mourns a bite of past

By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / December 2, 2006

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Even the name, Verna's, seems plucked from a bygone era. Tucked in a corner of North Cambridge, it is a holdover from another time, a one-room doughnut shop where the owner, Andy Stasiak, still makes every cruller, coffee roll, and lemon stick by hand, just the way he learned from his mother, Verna, who opened the shop in 1941. (Full article: 848 words)

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