A small town in Eastern Massachusetts often confused with the capital of New Hampshire. Some "interesting" things happened there before out great grandparents were in diapers, and I don't mean depends. (Revolutionanry war, Henry David Thoreau, etc)
The minutemen in Concord killed a bunch of Brits in 1775.
Concord is a town in Massachusetts that Nathaniel Hawthorne succinctly labeled “Eden.” Due to its distinction as the birthplace of the American Revolution and its plethora of literary giants, Henry James described Concord as “the biggest little place in America,” its influence only rivaled by the cities of Boston, New York, and Chicago.
Beyond Concord’s immense historical influence, it remains a wealthy and intellectual community (Harvard chose to relocate here during the War of Independence.). Social grace and a genteel manner are the norm in this preppy suburb, where residents frown upon crass displays of wealth and the Brahmin values of class and understated elegance still rule.
Concord is further noted for the uniform quality of its superb schools, ranging from its nationally recognized public schools to the numerous top private schools in residence, including Middlesex, Concord Academy, Fenn, and Nashoba Brooks.
Every generation of Concordians returns to reside in and continue Concord’s rich tradition as arguable the most idyllic town in America.
"I'm from Concord, Massachusetts. There's a reason I chose to reside in Concord, Massachusetts. I'm an American. Concord, Massachusetts is where the Minutemen fought off the British, personifying the heroism and patriotism of what it means to be an American."
The Honorable Harvey Cooper, Boston Legal
The location of the beginning of the American Revolutionary war. Where one of the lantern's ("One if by land, Two if by sea") that signaled Paul Revere's famed ride can be seen. Where American authors Louisa May Alcott, Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote their masterpieces. Speechwriter Doris Kerns-Goodwin lives there, famed marathoner Uta Pippig and gold-medal winner in women's hockey Lori Baker reside. As well as one-time world record holder in the one mile Noureddine Morceli.
Movies filmed there: "What's the worst that could happen?," "House Sitter," "Little Women," "School Ties."
A lovely gated community with only 16 reported crimes in 2003.
1. "I lived alone, in the woods, a mile from any neighbor, in a house which I had built myself, on the shore of Walden Pond, in Concord, Massachusetts, and earned my living by the labor of my hands only." -- Walden; Henry David Thoreau
2. "Tonight, what began on the commons in Concord, Massachusetts, as an alliance of farmers and workers, of cobblesmen and tinsmiths, of statesmen and students, of mothers and wives, of men and boys, lives two centuries later as America! My name is Josiah Bartlet, and I accept your nomination for the Presidency of the United States!" -- The West Wing
ultra slick; high class; quality; speedy and fast
You look so concord in those sneakers
That outfit is so concord
You are such a concord kinda guy, no wonder you can pick up chicks so easily, especially with that concord hairdo.
Check him out bro, he looks so concord
Any faster and you'd be concord
A city in Northern California with a population of 130,000. It is home to Six Flags Water World, The Sun Valley Mall, UC Hayward Ext, 4 public high schools, 2 private high schools, 2 continuation high schools, Buchanan Airfield and a large mexican population. its border sits right next to JFK University, and Diablo Valley Community College.
Were going shopping in Concord. Cool!
Seeing as concord is a wealthy town (don't try to deny it, the average (AVERAGE) house is 800k) There are many children who's parents are vice
presidents of companies such as oracle and bank of america. Many people are very materialistic (i'm not saying that's good or bad, just a fact) And preppiness is prevalent. There is also a fairly large contigent of skaters/punks/"individualists"/druggies (i'm not saying they are the same thing) probably because of the large sect of preps. There are a lot of broken homes, which possibly lead to the drug/alcohol abuse. All in all however, most concord kids (despite how rich their families are) are just like normal average kids you can find everywhere (and yes we have our fair share of complete and total idiots.)
girl 1: where are you going for february vacation?
girl 2: i'm going skiing with my stepfather and stepsister in vail. What about you?
girl 1: oh, i'm going to prague to shop with my stepmother. She seems to think that she can buy my love. and it's kinda working
guy 1: dude, did you hear? they set the halfpipe at the skatepark on fire!
guy 2: i was there man!
guy 1: sick! you must've been wasted!
guy 2: haha, yeah dude
guy 1: wanna go hang out at cumby's down in concord center?
guy 2: sure
girl 1: hey, wanna come over tonight and get ready for the dance together?
girl 2: sure sounds like fun, then we can go back to my house and watch snl
A small city in the East Bay of Northern California.
Where the heck is Concord?
A small town in MA 20 minutes from boston. There are a lot of punks running around and most kids do drugs because they can afford them. Concord is about average to upper class. Acton cares way too much about sports because that is all they can possibly have against Concord, but the truth is Concord doesn't care all that much about sports, and they are still good at them anyways, just in some cases is not nearly as good as Acton. Most Concordians are rich and can act stand-offish to people they don't like or are not from around here, and it's often confused with being snobby.
Tourists: "Let's take pictures of this historical town!"
Concordians: "Ew stupid tourists."