The Town of Brookline, Massachusetts , a town in Norfolk County, was known as "America's richest town" in the 19th century, for it was the location where many of Boston's elite and wealthy individuals built their summer homes. Today, Brookline still maintains its posh description; many high-ranking and high-profile executives, CEOs, musicians and actors live there. Yet, as close as Brookline is to Boston, it has maintained its own identity; it offers a feeling of being a small town, as well as offering a citified atmosphere. Brookline offers a great mix of suburban and urban living, along with specialty shops, apartment buildings, recreational parks and large estates. People of the Jewish faith comprise about 35% of the town's population, and Brookline is known for its Israeli and Russian immigrants."Have You Been Arrested Or Are You Afraid You Might Be?
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