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THE NEW BOSTON

Not your father's Boston

We're holding up pretty well after 374 years -- and we're not obsessed with the past

By Brian McGrory
Globe Staff / July 26, 2004

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Let's cut right to it: You don't think much of us, do you? You think we're Norm, or maybe Cliff. You view Boston as unfashionable and anachronistic, a sitcom trying to survive real life. (Full Article: 1367 Words)

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