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We’d cross the road
 and more to dine at Ward 426

Why did the diner cross the road? To get to Ward 426, of course! Actually, we’d gladly take a quick detour around the block, park down the street and then cross the road to dine at this fine Baxter Avenue eatery. The issue of minor traffic and pedestrian gyrations on Baxter Avenue is what I’m getting at here: As Highlands commuters know all too well, Baxter will be closed until Aug. 7 by a massive ring of concrete barricades at its intersection with Lexington Road — Ward 426’s front door. It looks scary, but we had no problem zipping around the... Read More

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