Hey, with everything from crabs, rockfish, and barbecue to our high-brow Zagat-rated restaurants, it would have been a dumb list without us.
[Priceline.com] Best city to see holiday lights: No.10 [Yahoo Travel] 50 Best Chocolatiers in America: Baltimore-based Glarus, No.
9 Rankings were based on average rents, the concentration of young adults, and inventory of jobs requiring less than one year of experience: 1.
If, for instance, San Diego is the sunniest city, New York the biggest, and St.
Louis the most dangerous (we came in at a better-than-you-might-think No.
The share of American adults who have never been married is at a record high (20%), and young adults are at the leading edge of this national trend.
For those in the “marriage market,” location matters.
Let’s face it: For a least a century, Baltimore has had something of an inferiority complex. 5 on a list of cities with the most toxic air pollution from power plants.
Maybe it’s because our location makes it too easy to compare us to those bigger places, like D. [National Resources Defense Council and Physicians for Social Responsibility] Gibson Island is No.23 on Forbes magazine’s list of the most expensive ZIP codes in the country. Yes, we were a little surprised, too, but the only thing that matters is that we left New York in the dust: Baltimore, with its 9,536 retail locations and 21 shopping centers, ranks No.
Almost bafflingly, the city of Jacksonville, Florida claimed first prize in male beauty.
OK, so maybe now there are 11 reasons Jacksonville doesn't suck as much as you'd think. If instead of surrounding yourself with ripped and curvaceous bodies, you want to feel like a stud among those with "good personalities" (ahem), travel to Mississippi, which according to Clover, has the ugliest women, or Rhode Island, for nasty looking men.
8 on the “most-dangerous-city” scale), then where does Charm City stand?