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Ted & Tobi's West Chester Condo
Posted on Fri, Jul 23, 2010
Ted Goldman and Tobi Zion combined their furniture and artwork after they were married and moved to a carriage condominium in West Chester. (Michael S. Wirtz / Staff Photographer))
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