Food and community are the pillars of Thanksgiving. But in the city, the holiday is a little more nuanced. For some, it’s an opportunity to relish a quiet campus. Others seek a menu with more exotic fare. And for a few, the desire to burn off extra calories is undiminished. Here are portraits of how Bostonians spent the holiday.
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