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Jennifer's Frosty has licked its soft serve into shape

The Costa family, (from left) Jennifer, Gillian, Chelsea, and Peter, at their ice cream truck on the corner of Boylston and Arlington. The Costas have been serving up treats there since 1990.
The Costa family, (from left) Jennifer, Gillian, Chelsea, and Peter, at their ice cream truck on the corner of Boylston and Arlington. The Costas have been serving up treats there since 1990. (Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee) Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee
By Emily Schwab
Globe Correspondent / August 10, 2005

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Hot days reinvigorate ice cream cravings, and sometimes nearly anything cold and sweet will do. The jingle of an old-fashioned ice cream truck is an easy route to cold satisfaction, but there aren't many around anymore. (Full article: 744 words)

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