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Tamir Kalifa for The Boston Globe
Lynn resident Scott Nowka carried his 4-year-old son, Bruno, past a mural on the LynnArts Community Arts Center.
Lynn plans to embark on an advertising campaign celebrating the city’s charms come fall on national television.
A 2-mile promenade traces Lynn Shores, Red Rock Park, and Nahant Beach Reservation.
"Lynn's got a bad rep, but I've never had a problem in the 63 years I’ve lived here," Patrick Deamelio said.
Iva Dochi helped her 14-month-old son, Arber, practice walking at Red Rock Park in Lynn.
The city's culture was once epitomized by these 15 words: Lynn, Lynn, the city of sin — you never come out the way you came in.
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