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Men of New England

From the backwoods of Maine, to cosmopolitan Boston, this group is for you.

Members: 31
Latest Activity: May 20, 2016

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Your Favorite Places in New England

Started by Ed Reynolds. Last reply by Ed Reynolds Jun 22, 2010. 2 Replies

I am more of a city guy, so my top places (in no particular order) are:Portland, ME-City has kept its character, old buildings downtown that are still in use.-still a working port city. Too many of…Continue

Where are your favorite places to eat?

Started by Ed Reynolds. Last reply by The Inimitable Phillips May 6, 2010. 1 Reply

Don's discussion in the Forum section got me thinking about where are the best places to eat in New England?   It can be everything from burgers and fries to seafood to five star cuisine.  I'll…Continue

Happy Birthday Connecticut!

Started by Ed Reynolds Feb 18, 2010. 0 Replies

 Its Connecticut's Birthday.  Wethersfield, Windsor and the people who would buy Hartford founded their towns and self-governed.  The Fundamental Orders was the first constitution written in the…Continue

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Comment by Bryan McHugh on October 2, 2013 at 10:59am

Hi King Olaf.  Welcome to MA!  I just recently moved out of the city, but I lived in Brighton for 3 years.  If you don't mind a trip to Brighton Center, Michael's is a good barbershop to try out.  I stopped in there a few times and enjoyed it.

Comment by King Olaf on September 19, 2013 at 12:41pm

Just relocated from Dallas, TX to Boston.  Looking forward to spending some time fishing and hopefully pheasant hunting in New England.  First order of business, where can I find a good dry cleaner and barber in Boston.  I work in the Back Bay area.  I live in West Bridgewater but am hardly home.

Comment by Ed Reynolds on January 19, 2010 at 1:25pm
This is for everyone in New England and the rest of the Northeast. I've done enought traveling to New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania to comment on those places.

Notice the old-timey map...ex. New Hampshire has no towns north of Concord.

Look forward to the men of the north here.
 

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