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They’ve been swayed: Huge hammock rocks

The big hammock on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, designed by architect Hansy Better Barraza, was a popular spot yesterday. The big hammock on the Rose Kennedy Greenway, designed by architect Hansy Better Barraza, was a popular spot yesterday. (John Tlumacki/ Globe Staff)
By Jack Nicas
Globe Correspondent / August 19, 2010

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The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway just got a lot more comfortable. Downtown yesterday, several architects, a few students, a couple of lawyers, and a businessman swung together in the breeze on a 33-foot-long hammock, a two-week art installation unveiled this week that may become a permanent fixture on the Greenway. (Full article: 519 words)

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