6/30/2014How Bob Propst reinvented the American office in a garage on State St.
Chelsea store moves to Main, and more into music
A new name reflects flooring trends
Chelsea Bakery opens
Fresh setting, familiar menu
Skateboards beneath Taco King
"Most of the people that do what I do got wiped out, if not all of them," John Bogdasarian says.
Two Dexter closings
With the Pangborn Collection in the wings
Curry Up alters its name
Uptown Antiques is gone, while the River Gallery refocuses
Slurping Turtle, Tomukun Korean BBQ, and Ginger Deli
New-mom supplies from a low-key lactation consultant
Pizza and cookies by Fingerle's
Dick Sampier heads home, and Wendy leaves the Arcade
Tapas, grilled cheese, and paella
Building a future on S. Main
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