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Boston's nightlife director Corean Reynolds wants to change city's sleepy reputation

"To Reynolds, being a 24-hour city doesn’t just mean late night bars. It means restaurants, transportation and the convenience of daytime life when the lights go out. It means “extending our services, extending our business activity into the hours, the late hours, so if someone wants to pick up a jug of milk at 10 p.m.,” they can."

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