Old Town Hunkers Down 

Despite high-profile closures, merchants say they will weather the storm

The empty windows of key, long-time Old Town inhabitants -- Natural Selection, Restoration Hardware, Geppetto's Toys -- might make you think a viral merchant-vanishing bomb has gone off, and who knows whom the infection will take down next. But not everything is…

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