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Arrivederci to Italy’s ‘grandfather’ vendor on his retirement at 70

Antonio Mininni has sold the Italian street paper Scarp de’ tenis since its very first edition, 20 years ago. He recalls how he went from the streets to managing the paper’s editorial office and co-ordinating his fellow vendors. As Scarp celebrates ...

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