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These 10 Massachusetts Towns Sound Like Towns That Shouldn’t Exist in the Bay State
These 10 Massachusetts Towns Sound Like Towns That Shouldn’t Exist in the Bay State
These 10 Massachusetts Towns Sound Like Towns That Shouldn’t Exist in the Bay State
Massachusetts definitely has some of the most unique town names of any state. Some town names are so distinctively unique that plenty of residents don't know how to pronounce them. Many towns in the Bay State begin with the four directions: North, East, West, and South. There are even 19 towns throughout the Bay State that end in 'ham'. But throughout all the crazy, unique, eccentric, and bizarre town names in Massachusetts, there are even some that just don't sound like they are towns that should exist in the Bay State whatsoever!
The Best Hot Dog In America Is In Massachusetts
The Best Hot Dog In America Is In Massachusetts
The Best Hot Dog In America Is In Massachusetts
Cheapism recently put out an article stating the "19 Regional Hot Dog Styles Across America You Have to Try." Now they didn't list the entire 19 but however, they did salute The Fenway Frank in what we need to know on why this hot dog is considered one of the best in the nation.
Massachusetts Has 2 Historic Forts That Are Just As Old As America
Massachusetts Has 2 Historic Forts That Are Just As Old As America
Massachusetts Has 2 Historic Forts That Are Just As Old As America
Massachusetts certainly has some of the richest history of any state in the U.S. There's a ridiculous amount of things in the Bay State that even pre-date America's birthday on July 4th, 1776. Of course, some of the biggest parts of America's history also took place within the confines of some of the most historic forts in the U.S. Some of those have been made into national, state, and local parks. Others serve as historic monuments and landmarks throughout the country, which often make for great tourist attractions as well. It seems that two of these historic forts that are just as old as America are in Massachusetts.
New MA Liquor Law Will Change How Restaurants Can Serve Booze
New MA Liquor Law Will Change How Restaurants Can Serve Booze
New MA Liquor Law Will Change How Restaurants Can Serve Booze
Historians agree that bars in Massachusetts are about as old as the state itself. Early settlers wasted no time setting up local taverns before schoolhouses in some cases. In fact, Massachusetts is home to what are believed to be the oldest bars in the United States like the Green Dragon Tavern which dates back to 1654, or Warren Tavern in Charlestown which was the first building to be erected in
Mass. City Named 'Dumbest In America'
Mass. City Named 'Dumbest In America'
Mass. City Named 'Dumbest In America'
When one thinks of Massachusetts, I don't believe "stupid" or "dumb" is one of the first things that comes to mind. A friend once told me that life comes down to the capable and the incapable and as rough at that can sound, it's reality. Can you hack it in the real world or can't you...
This Massachusetts Brewery Named Best in the Nation
This Massachusetts Brewery Named Best in the Nation
This Massachusetts Brewery Named Best in the Nation
Massachusetts has a long pastime with alcohol. The history of beer and bars is intertwined in Massachusetts state history so much so that the first bar in the country opened in Boston on March 4, 1634. While the business of booze has certainly changed since then, Massachusetts is still home to an abundance of microbreweries, an industry that has skyrocketed in popularity throughout the country ove

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