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What's hot and not on waterfront

Boston waterfront
The empty patio area behind the Intercontinental Hotel, left, stands out in stark contrast to its crowded counterpart, the Intrigue Cafe behind the Boston Harbor Hotel. (Globe Photo / Aram Boghosian) Globe Photo / Aram Boghosian
By Steve Bailey
Globe Columnist / August 3, 2007

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You don't have to be an urban planner to understand what is working on Boston's waterfront and what is not. All you have to do is walk the waterfront with me on a perfect summer day. (Full article: 760 words)

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