Bean Town


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Beantown

A nickname for the city of Boston, Massachusetts (which is known for its baked beans). I'm going up to Beantown this weekend for the Red Sox game.

Bean Town

n. Boston, Massachusetts. (From Boston baked beans.) I plan to hit Bean Town about noon.
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That stellar status as well as his earlier career experience in Boston made him the prime candidate to run a new office in Bean Town when Sonnenblick decided to expand its presence in the market earlier this year.
Russell Pergament, the former head of Metro Boston and founder of AM New York, is at it again in bean town. While the dominant dailies The Boston Globe and Boston Herald continue to struggle in a quick-change market, Pergament is set to launch a free tabloid Boston Now, reports Steve Bailey at the Globe.
First-place winners Bacon and Ayers' Lunker Largemouth was the talk of Bean Town, and their 3.70-pound Largemouth Hawg earned them plaques to go along with their first-place trophies and prizes.
Meanwhile, in the dreams really-do-come-true department, DC snatched up heelflippin' hellion Lindsey Robertson and the Bean Town blaster Ryan Gallant, who went bananas for the Wonderful, Horrible...DVD Seen that?
Voice (Tony Santos, she's a songbird supreme, and has been scat-tapping since the days of playing with Morphine, before they were only a club band in the Bean Town scene), sax (Michael Monhart, who was with Stinkhorn and with me for more than 20 years now) and me.
Along with the standard plaque, pen and shipboard "bennies" book, 42 of Shreveport's reenlistees got to board a charter bus to "Bean Town" to raise their right hands aboard America's oldest commissioned warship afloat, USS Constitution.