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Forest Hills looks to breathe new life into cemetery

Forest Hills offers tours, such as a walk for dogs and their owners. Forest Hills offers tours, such as a walk for dogs and their owners. (Suzanne Kreiter/Globe Staff)
By Meghan E. Irons
Globe Staff / October 14, 2010

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Food connoisseurs can learn a lot from the dead. There’s Ruby Foo, whose Hudson Street restaurant was among the first to offer Chinese cuisine to 19th-century Bostonians, and Samuel Stillman Pierce, whose Tremont Street grocery was the go-to shop for exotic items. (Full article: 790 words)

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