"... where patrons were munching on homemade moro (rice and beans) and patita de cerdo (pig's feet). ``You don't have to get on a plane to go anywhere. Get on the train and go to Jackson Square. You've got Mexican, Guatemalan, Dominican Republic. It's like living in the United States, without living in it."
I should've mentioned that the quote above came from the owner of the Latino Restaurant.
Also, a local historian explains the implications of this idea in relation to the historical context of Boston street naming conventions.
(via Universal Hub)
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