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  1. a town in W Massachusetts, in the Berkshire Hills: a former estate Tanglewood in the area is the site of annual summer music festivals.

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I opted to stay in Lenox for its interesting hotels, shops and restaurants — and because it’s centrally located and would make the ideal home base.

For birdwatchers, you’ll find plenty of action at the Audubon Society’s Pleasant Valley Wildlife Sanctuary in Lenox, which has seven miles of hiking trails.

Baquet got a lot of media attention for undergoing emergency surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital.

Of course, the 84-year-old veteran of the Hill, the Lion of Lenox, conducted his own victory celebration.

WHERE TO EAT: Nudel Restaurant in Lenox for thoughtfully constructed pasta dishes.

Dr. Betty Shabazz worked with Mayor Edward Koch to rename Lenox Avenue in Harlem, to Malcolm X Boulevard.

Unfortunately for Huntsman this week, VanHuizen is a registered Democrat—from Lenox, Mass.

Edith smiled faintly at the suggestive pause, and murmured the intended phrase, "marry Quincy Lenox."

In these benefactions, Mr. Lenox exercises close discrimination, and for this purpose has for years refused personal applications.

Among those of our city capitalists who are more identified with general benevolence, the names of Stuart and Lenox are chief.

Mr. Lenox annually disburses an enormous sum in a most useful as well as most quiet manner.

Calling on Church lately, we found him finishing his Cotopaxi for Mr. Lenox.