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How to keep these three dreary spots from zapping the life out of downtown.

For almost a week last month, Richmond was visited by some 500 athletes using wheelchairs. They made quite a statement, whizzing purposefully from hotels to competition venues and back again. Despite the heat, downtown's sidewalks were atypically alive. After years of…

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