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Parks Watch

Paul McMorrow sees the future in Southie's Lawn on D: "From the Fenway to Bay Village and Chinatown, Boston is littered with stretches of highway that sever neighborhoods. But even the most promising highway development sites take forever to advance. ... The city should focus on topping dead spaces on highways with new parks that spruce up their surroundings immediately, and fuel new development around them in the longer term." [Globe]