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With the state cautiously reopening business and life in general, last week in downtown Riverside looked almost normal, with bicyclists touring village streets on June 25, past people eating at tables in the makeshift outdoor dining area of The Chew Chew in the roadway on East Burlington Street. On June 24, the Riverside Farmers Market welcomed its second week of the season.
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