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The first car-free day on Newbury Street started in 2016, but the tradition has now gained particular importance as businesses continue to try and climb back from the economic hits of the pandemic. After a popular string of Open Newbury days in August, there will be another such day on September 26. Michael Serpa, the chef and owner behind Grand Tour and the Select Oyster Bar joined Jim Braude to talk about it.
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