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Civilization slowly comes to the South Boston waterfront

The Globe reports the new neighborhood is getting its first drugstore.

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Once one appears they multiply like rabbits.

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Once they appear, they multiply like cockroaches.

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They are coming.

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One already there, at the World Trade Center (Commonwealth Pier to us older folks) - another one further down by Channel Street.

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... and one in my building.

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Thanks to all.

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....before most of the ugly ass buildings even went up. Served conventioneers at the WTC and people taking harbor cruises. Coffee still sucks and donuts better served as door mice, but it's been there a while.

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How many hours do we have to wait for the announcement that Walgreens will be opening up across the street?

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On a side note, I noticed the Walgreen's in the base of the S.S. Pierce building in Coolidge Corner is now gone. Maybe it is in order to move to the waterfront? There were actually a number of commercial vacancies in that area I noticed today, but that was the most prominent one.

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always makes me feel as if curling irons and boxes of Depends are going to start tumbling down on my head in the aisles--everything is always so overstuffed and stacked high. But yeah--there's the cvs across the street and one more down past the theatre so this always seemed like overload, even in a neighborhood full of geriatrics. What could go in there though?

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There's a big new CVS in South Station.

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Still need a grocer to be habitable.

Where art thou Wholefoods?

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I will be surprised if they open another so close. I think a Trader Joe's will be a better option.

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Überstan no more!

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I will have to constantly remind myself next time I'm down shopping for razors there that I'm not, in fact, in Renaissance Florence

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Yes, this area was uncivilized.

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Do you really need all those CVS stores a block or two apart in Downtown Crossing? Close one of them and move it to Kendall Square, please.

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