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Fun on Storrow - why not?

January 5, 2008

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JAMES JACKSON Storrow, prime mover behind the creation of parkland on the Boston side of the Charles River, would have been appalled that the state put his name on Storrow Drive, which slashed through the park in 1951. The city would be enhanced, and Storrow's memory honored, if one section of the highway could be given over to recreation on ... (Full article: 466 words)

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