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Big Dig gone, North End tells tourists charm is back

By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / April 14, 2007

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The North End, after years of feeling hemmed in by the Big Dig, is embarking on an aggressive effort to promote itself to tourists and Boston residents who have shied away during construction, with television commercials on the Food Channel, a major makeover of Salem Street, and a new line of slogan-bearing trinkets. (Full article: 931 words)

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