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    The entrance to Riverton Trolley Park, and the John Calvin Stevens-designed casino. (Photo courtesy of City of Portland)

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    Tortilla Flat, founded in 1978, shares a name with the 1935 John Steinbeck novel. (Photo by Joel Page)

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    The Riverton Rail Trail is part of the Portland Trails network. (Photo by Joel Page)

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    A tasting room ambassador pours a pint at the Geary’s brewery on Evergreen Drive. (Staff photo by Gabe Souza)

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    Golfers play the 14th hole at Riverside Golf Course. (Staff photo by John Patriqui)

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    A beef brisket sandwich at Noble Barbecue on Forest Avenue. (Staff photo by Derek Davis)

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    The Portland Friends Meeting House on Forest Avenue dates to 1846. (Photo by Joel Page)

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    Spare Time Entertainment on Riverside Street offers bowling and more. (Photo by Joel Page)

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    Moran’s Market, family-owned since 1956, is a neighborhood landmark. (Photo by Joel Page)

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    A look at the Riverside Golf Course site c. 1930. (File photo)

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    The Riverton Community Center features a double gym, a renovated pool and more. (Photo by Joel Page)

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    The Riverton Trolley Park Trail is a 2-mile stroll. (Photo by Joel Page)

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    A one-man startup in 1995, Allagash Brewing Company on Industrial Way now has products sold in 17 states and the District of Columbia. (Photo by Joel Page)

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    A fox takes a winter walk at Riverside Municipal Golf Course. (Staff photo by Carl D. Walsh)

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    The Riverton library is one of the Portland Public Library’s three brick-and-mortar branches. (Photo by Joel Page)

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    An aluminum sculpture by Melita Westerlund, part of a 2013 art garden tour on the Westbrook College campus of the University of New England. (Staff photo by Gordon Chibroski)

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