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Fun City Trampoline Park Is a Place Where the Fun Isn't Just for Kids

There is no age limit to having fun and enjoying life--so why not bounce?. Exterior shot of Fun City Trampoline Park Seekonk, MassachusettsTracey Folly/Author. Fun City Trampoline Park is located at 1275 Fall River Avenue, Seekonk, Massachusetts 02771. You can make reservations and sign a waiver online. Be prepared to wear jump socks during your visit. To help keep everyone safe, jumper weight limit is 250 pounds.
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I Shopped Exclusively at the Local Dollar Tree for a Month So You Don't Have To

Step aside overpriced grocery stores, there's a cheaper option in town. Exterior shot of the local Dollar Tree, Seekonk, MassachusettsTracey Folly/AuthorRecently, I decided to try a non-scientific experiment right here in the Town of Seekonk, Massachusetts. Could I escape the clutches of the soulless department stores and overpriced markets in exchange for buying everything--and I do mean everything--at my local Dollar Tree? My bet was on "Yes!"
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This 126-Year-Old Carousel Has Delighted Pawtucket for Over a Century

A beloved local tourist attraction is temporarily out of service. Slater Park Carousel, 825 Armistice Boulevard, Pawtucket, Rhode Island 02861Tracey Folly/Author. The Slater Park Looff Carousel was built 126 years ago. It began its journey in New York before making a permanent home in the City of Pawtucket, Rhode Island 101 years ago. That's right. When you visit this carousel in Pawtucket, you are seeing it exactly as it stood more than a century ago.
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Start Your Day on the Right Track With the Railway Cafe

This hidden gem in Somerset, Massachusetts once transported passengers; now it serves breakfast. The Railway Cafe, 938 Lees River Avenue, Somerset, Massachusetts 02726Tracey Folly/AuthorThis isn't your typical coffee shop. The Railway Cafe, located at 938 Lees River Avenue, Somerset, Massachusetts 02726, is housed within an actual antique train--one train car and a caboose, to be specific.
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Cycle Barn Studio Provides a Fun Alternative to Traditional Gyms

If you're looking for a spin class without the gym, look no further than this "barn" Want boundless energy? Why not try a spin class?Photo by MARK ADRIANE on Unsplash. Cycle Barn Studio is located at 462 Winthrop Street # 4, Rehoboth, Massachusetts 02769. Winthrop Street is a busy main road lined with restaurants, gas stations, yoga studios, and doughnut shops, but there is only one spinning studio. And that's Cycle Barn Studio.
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If Boston Was a Flavor, What Would It Be?

Hood tries to answer this question with its new limited-edition Boston Common Cow Chow ice cream. The actual Boston Common Cow Chow ice cream in questionTracey Folly/Author. Boston Common Cow Chow ice cream features artificially flavored cornmeal reduced fat ice cream with pieces of chocolaty sugar cones, peanut butter swirl, and chocolate cookie crumble swirl. Wait. Cow chow?
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Abandoned Dog Found Paralyzed in Boston Park Gets Euthanized

French bulldogs, like the one seen here, are adorable and precious pets.Photo by Mihai Dogaru on Unsplash. A three-year-old French bulldog found abandoned in a Boston, Massachusetts park has been euthanized. The dog had been nicknamed French Fry by rescuers. However, the dog's real name is unknown. Likewise, no one knows who formerly owned the animal or who abandoned it outside a dog park in Peters Park five weeks ago.
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Matos Bakery Sells Portuguese Chouriço and More

Until you look for authentic Portuguese chouriço, you don't realize how hard it is to find. Matos Bakery 569 Broadway, Pawtucket, RI 02860Tracey Folly/Author. Chouriço is a type of pork sausage often used in many Portuguese dishes. When I was growing up, I often saw my mother cooking chouriço, either as a main meal, a side dish, or an ingredient. Several years ago, the local Portuguese market where she purchased chouriço closed its doors for good.