Immigrants transforming Malden anew

There are 4 comments on the The Boston Globe story from Dec 23, 2009, titled Immigrants transforming Malden anew. In it, The Boston Globe reports that:

At J&R market on Salem Street, the shelves are stocked with Kenyan tea, Nigerian flour, and Mexican cactuses.

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Malden, MA

#1 Dec 23, 2009
Is this one of the reasons why Malden has turned into such a dump? When my family came here from Italy they learned the language and adapted to America's culture because this is where they wanted to live. Today people expect America to change to fit their cultures. This is so wrong.
Chico and the Man

Malden, MA

#2 Dec 24, 2009
I love Malden I can do whatever I want and all the free money is right in city hall. Social security the welfare department and dont forget how I get more money by going to tri city or tri cap and telling them i drink cerveca and smoke weed making me disabled. Yes Malden has transformed anew. Just like Lynn Chelsea Everett East Boston Lawrence Springfield. I would go on but nobody cares.
The Truth

Albany, LA

#3 Mar 6, 2010
Thank god this state has welfare checks, if not the entire town of Malden would be forced to move further from Melrose.
I agree

Malden, MA

#4 Mar 6, 2010
Good point

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