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The town is small, clean, and generally a lovely place. Forbes Library is fantastic, and there are often events and festivals in Pulaski park. There are countless cafes and bookstores to try out, it's a charming town and easy to walk in. My only concerns are related to convenience and price. There aren't any larger grocery stores besides Deals and Steals and nothing is open after around 10pm. The restaurants can be quite pricey. But overall a lovely place to stop by, even if living in it is financially difficult.
I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THE PEOPLE, SAFETY, ENVIRONMENT, WEATHER, COLLEGES, TRAFFIC, RIGHT OF WAY FOR PEDESTRIANS AND SO MUCH MORE IN THIS CITY OF MASSACHUSETTS, NO EXAGGERATION. I have experienced this place as a peaceful and tranquil city to be in with beautiful scenery, nature and loving a loving community all around. I do not want to leave this area at all.
Northampton has many different venues for music. There are town theaters, small venues where well know artists come to play. There are numerous restaurants and variety of cuisine. Northampton has such a wide variety of different types health services. It is an awesome place to visit and experience.
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Northampton is a classic New England college town. Main St is full of great local shops, cafes, and restaurants. There is also access to Smith College which contains an impressive museum and beautiful greenhouse.
The restaurants in Northampton are all amazing, the service is great and the people are friendly. It’s a good city to be in, lots of good places to visit.
Northampton is an adorable small town. It was excellent ethnic food and friendly people. Plenty of dogs to enjoy and small shops. You just have to come visit to understand how unique this "small" (because it feels quite big!) town is. It's an adorable college town that has a great blend of people.
It's a small sanctuary city, generally progressive, named the 5 College Area including to Smith College, UMass Amherst, Mt. Holyoke, Hampshire College. A quaint and diverse city, it has an interesting mix of restaurants, unique shops and entertainment venues. The center of Northampton is contrasted by rolling hills of Mount Tom and surrounding farmlands, many organic. Northampton provides farmers markets and farm shares to the community.
i have lived in Northampton most my life and i have loved it. very gay and lesbian friendly along with being very artsy. its a wonderful place to start a family and i'm defiantly moving back after i finish school.
The adversity and the wide variety of activities. And the school system. This town has the five colleges in the area so there are many different students from all over the world. It makes this area very diverse. However, It is not as liberal as one would think. There are many closed minded individuals that create issues that are not there. We have a huge problem with vagrancy as well.
Northampton is a diverse community. Everyone feels welcome no matter what race, gender, religious belief, or view of the world. There are many places to eat, drink coffee, and sit and have a conversation with friends or strangers.
A great neighborhood! Very safe and very walkable. It has a lively downtown with good energy. There are many places to eat downtown. It is a college town but the students do not overrun the town.
Northampton is a vibrant community. It is lacking in diversity, and tends to view itself as progressive even when it is not. The area is beautiful, and has many opportunities for entertainment in the town and surrounding area.
I'm from Europe and have lived in the US about 7 years. 3 years in NJ, 2.5 years in IN, and a little bit more than a year now in Northampton, MA. I like it best here. People are very friendly and open-minded. I like the many small (family owned) businesses here with there unique style, the micro-breweries, the many orchards/nurseries, healthy live style, and everything close by.
My experience in Northampton has been great, not many problems. I wish there was more things to do for teens but other than that it's a cute little town. You can always find something to do, even if it's just walking around with some friends.
Northampton is a pretty liberal and accepting town. Downtown Northampton is always a great place to hang out and get food.
Having lived in MA my whole life, I finally moved from a super small town in the middle of nowhere to Northampton. Whether you live right downtown or up towards Florence or Hatfield, you can always feel a part of the community. The variety of residents who have lived here forever, come and go for college, or moved here for better opportunities, you'll find your people.
Northampton is a town especially for families. The town is extremely progressive and proud of it. There are many local stores and a nice downtown. The town is small, so while it is nice there is not too much to do. The restaurants are great and there are a lot of options. There is a bike path that connects many towns in the area and it well done. There is a lack of good public transportation, but the local bus does run daily.
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There is no place like Northampton. It is a city within a city. It is warm, small niche. Everyone knows each other and it is safe environment.
Northampton is a small city in western,Ma. It is the epitome of diversity and unity. Northampton is eclectic and has very rich history to it.
Northampton is a beautiful, small, nonjudgemental and accepting community. We are diverse and have great colleges near by. We are very accepting and support all.
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