Every state is has its own unique set of things that can only take place in their respective state, or local region, for that matter. It has now been almost a year and half that I've spent in The Berkshires and I've definitely picked up on some things in this particular region in western Massachusetts.
No matter where you are in the U.S., whether it's Massachusetts or somewhere else, there's something about diners that give off the feeling of a classic dining experience. Perhaps it's the nostalgic retro feel. Or maybe it's the cozy local setting that seems familiar that puts you at ease. You might even be someone who is always in the mood for, what is most likely to be, some really good breakfast food. It just so happens that Massachusetts has a certain diner that is being called one of 'America's Best Classic Diners'.
Motor vehicle collisions are a fact of life in a city of over 40,000 people. Pittsfield Commissioner Ricardo Morales' number one priority has been pedestrian safety.
Over the years, these intersections in Pittsfield have been notorious for crashes...
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...
The real estate market has been wild for the past three years and Massachusetts has been no exception. From Cape Cod to Boston and all the way west to the Berkshires properties have been moving quickly with most boasting a dramatic increase in price tags.
Massachusetts is filled with so many fantastic eateries, it is hard to pick a favorite. From delicious farm-to-table restaurants in the Berkshire hills to some of the best Italian food outside of Italy in Boston's North End, and everything in between, Massachusetts is chock-full of culinary greatness...
Massachusetts is a great place to live. Residents and visitors have their choice of city or county life, plenty of restaurants, and of course plenty of shopping.
Massachusetts is home to an abundance of independent retailers from book stores, to sports equipment and gift shops...
Massachusetts has the second largest Brazilian population in the country. Only Florida has more than the commonwealth. Massachusetts currently has 84,214 Brazilians living here, Florida has 105,290.
Brazilians by State
New Jersey 7%
New York 6%
Why Do Brazilians Choose Massachusetts More So Than Other States?