Hey, it’s Jax! There’s not a ton you need to know about me besides the fact that I love to make life one big party. I hail from St. Louis, MO and am a die-hard Cardinals and Blues fan. My two passions in the world are music and sports. So you can usually either find me at a concert or sporting event, or watching a sporting event at a bar while I take over the Touch Tunes at said bar with my favorite jams. Aside from that, I watch more TV than anyone should ever be allowed to watch. I stream anything and everything and I speak in lots of movie quotes. I have a cat named Ariana Grande and that’s her name because her meow hits the same octave that AG can sing with her voice, seriously. You can usually catch me being brutally honest about music, movies, TV, and pop culture in general. Listen up and we’ll make a party happen!
Was This the Absolute Worst Prank in Massachusetts History?
It's no secret that Massachusetts has a crazy, long history. It's a rich history that historians may say is filled with prestige and innovativeness. However, as there is with any state, there are blemishes. One prank in particular is one we wish we could omit from the Bay State's history. Unfortunately, pranks can either go too far, can be in bad taste, or just go completely wrong. Massachusetts has had one that definitely went off the rails, and it took place over 40 years ago.
$12.5 Million Massachusetts Home Looks Like a Hollywood Hills Party House
It's not often you see any sort of home in the Berkshires and think that is looks like it could be something out of the Hollywood Hills. Typically, thanks to the surrounding geography and naturally historical structure of some of our amazing homes we have here, we don't really see houses that rival something looking like they should have been featured in an episode of 'Cribs'. However, that doesn't mean there aren't some very lavish spots throughout the Berkshires. This one combines a little bit of all of that.
The Most Expensive Massachusetts Airbnb is a Perfect Getaway For Summer
As we have hit the late Spring/early Summer months, it's time for New England to start thinking about where they would like to get away from it all, in case you haven't already. Massachusetts happens to have a getaway spot at an Airbnb that looks like the most luxurious place you could ask for. That Airbnb also happens to be the most expensive throughout the entire state.
4 Best Airbnb Wedding Venues in Massachusetts According to GQ
Wedding season is here! Now that the temps are warmer as we dive into late Spring/early Summer, you will likely run into some wedding-goers and/or wedding parties at some point over the next coming months. While some weddings turn out to be larger extravagant affairs, some others might be more intimate affairs that call for a smaller venue. According to GQ, Airbnb is a gold mine for such an event. And they have picked out the best ones in Massachusetts for such an event.
Massachusetts Town is Among Best Small Town Food Scenes in America
Throughout New England, the food scene around the region is definitely distinctive when it comes to this region in the country. And within that, each New England state has their own distinguished food scenes. But what about the small towns across the state that have their own unique food scene? It just so happens that there is a small town in Massachusetts that has one of the best food scenes in America.
Massachusetts is Home to 2 of the Top 5 Best Coastal Small Towns in the U.S.
While it is not officially Summer just yet, the seasonal temperatures for it are definitely here, which means it's time to hit the beach! The weather is perfect for heading to the coast. But where exactly are the best spots for that in the country? Perhaps a popular answer might be a coastal small town in the southeast region of the U.S. But as it turns out, two out of the top five best coastal small towns are here in Massachusetts.
6 Towns in the Berkshires That Could Be Settings For Hallmark Movies
We're not exactly in the holiday season for this. However, this is about the time of year when Hallmark Holiday movies are filmed (fun fact). Something that has become synonymous with the holiday seasons over the years has been Hallmark Christmas movies! While there have been plenty of those already either filmed in, or taking place in Massachusetts, there has never been one in the Berkshires!
8 Massachusetts Castles That Look Like Something Out of Game of Thrones
Massachusetts has such a rich and unique history. Even in the most modern of settings around the state, there are some structures that seem like they have been around forever. However, it's not as if you would drive around and find neighborhoods full of castles opposed to modern day homes. But don't let that fool you, there are still plenty of castles throughout the Bay State. Some of them even have a look as if their from a much different time, or perhaps just a successful HBO (Max) series.
3 Restaurants With Scenic Views of Massachusetts Are in the Berkshires
We're all familiar with plenty of great spots with breathtaking views throughout Massachusetts. And as we've now hit the late Spring warmer temperatures, with Summer approaching, it's a great time to explore some spots with some amazing outdoor views. But recently, three spots throughout Berkshire County were specifically chosen as part of the 18 top restaurants with the best scenic views throughout the Bay State.
One of the Best Historic Restaurants in Massachusetts is Here in the Berkshires
With so much history throughout the entire state of Massachusetts, we all know that some establishments throughout the Bay State date back at least a few centuries. Of those, and in particular, of the most historic restaurants, which ones still hold up these days? And which ones are considered to be the best? We may have just found out where the best historic restaurant in the Berkshires is.