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Atlantic Avenue Welcomes the Key Food Forest

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Atlantic Avenue is getting a lot of more oxygen these days! Sometime during the past two weeks, the Key Food at Clinton Street dived in the plant and flower biz big-time. The stretches of Altantic and Clinton the store fronts are now veritable forests of potted greenery and cut buds. And this is not puny stuff. We're talking trees. We kind of like the effect is has on the street. Then again, it makes the grocery store look like a 1970s fern bar. And really, it's going to take a lot more than plant life to go up against Trader Joe's. —Lost City
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