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    The midcentury modern building now home to U-Haul Storage and Moving on Marginal Way opened in 1963 as the Portland Motor Sales auto showroom. (Staff photo by Brianna Soukup)

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    The Miss Portland Diner was crafted by the Worcester Lunch Car Company in 1949. (Staff photo by Carl D. Walsh)

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    Peppermint Park on Cumberland Avenue was refurbished several years ago by the city and the East Bayside Neighborhood Organization. (Staff photo by Kat Franchino)

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    The Boyd Street Urban Farm next to Marginal Way includes a small orchard. (Photo by Joel Page)

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    John Cullum’s 1836 “Map of the City of Portland with its Latest Improvements” illustrates that Back Cove reached as far as Oxford Street at the time. (Courtesy of Abraham Schecter, Portland Public Library)

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    Play It Again Sports opened in Bayside in 1993. (Photo by Joel Page)

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    A man rolls past a mural on the side of Portland Power Yoga on the Bayside Trail. (Staff photo by Gregory Rec)

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    Fork Food Lab on Parris Street has 32 members growing their businesses in its food business startup program. (Courtesy photo, Fork Food Lab)

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    Students participate in the “Club Hip Hop” after-school program at Mayo Street Arts. (Staff photo by Gabe Souza)

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    On Cumberland Avenue in the mid-1970s, Robin Emery finishes as first woman in the Boys Club Patriots Day 5-miler. A Maine Running Hall of Famer, Emery won the race 13 times. (Staff photo by Bill Curran Jr.)

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    A mural on the side of the Coffee By Design building. (Photo by Joel Page)

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    Local and PBA bowlers compete in a tournament at Bayside Bowl last April. (Staff photo by Ben McCanna)

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    Grace restaurant on Chestnut Street was created in 2009. The pre-Civil War Gothic-style building had been a Methodist church. (Photo by Joel Page)

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    The 1-mile Bayside Trail “offers a safe walking route for neighbors to connect to grocery stores and schools” and “intersects the Back Cove and Eastern Prom Trails,” Portland Trails notes at trails.org/our-trails/bayside-trail/.

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    The Schlotterbeck & Foss building on Preble Street has been converted for rentals and now houses 56 apartments.

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    Gruit-brewed beer is a key part of the offerings at Urban Farm Fermentory on Anderson Street. (Photo by Joel Page)

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