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post #91 of 237
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Indeed! Tchaikovsky 6 there last Thursday night.

I went to the morning session of it. I thought it was well played, and the hall was beautiful as always.
post #92 of 237
i'm moving to scottsdale!!
post #93 of 237
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Really? I lived in Alexandria briefly, and I barely consider it a city.

A particularly nice section of the suburban sprawl around DC, but I'd never have considered it a city either.
post #94 of 237
Dayton OH. Just kidding, Dayton sucks. But Columbus OH.
post #95 of 237
Birmingham, AL. I used to visit my family members down there twice a year. Nice neighborhoods and close to Atlanta.
post #96 of 237
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Birmingham, AL.
Seriously?
post #97 of 237
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Birmingham, AL. I used to visit my family members down there twice a year. Nice neighborhoods and close to Atlanta.
Close to Atlanta is a plus?
post #98 of 237
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Close to Atlanta is a plus?

My sentiments exactly, although people moving here from Alabama are quite excited and almost awed by Atlanta ("more than 2 traffic lights", one said)!

But then again, they are moving from Alabama.
post #99 of 237
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... Chicago is under rated, especially abroad.
I'm reminded Lesley Ann Warren's number Chicago in Victor Victoria.

That said ... I do like Chicago ... but not enough to live there.
post #100 of 237
Minneapolis (though maybe not truly underrated) Columbus, OH (definitely) Pittsburgh, PA (definitely underrated - not the dirty old steel town of the past) Milwaukee, WI Nashville, TN Cheers, Matt in Atlanta
post #101 of 237
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Dayton OH.






Just kidding, Dayton sucks. But Columbus OH.

Good God, Dayton is so awful. But yes, Columbus is great.
I also have a great time whenever I am in Richmond lately
post #102 of 237
I enjoyed living in Columbus, but it is really geared toward a younger crowd. If you're married and 45, but still like to stay social, go out and enjoy the city, you're going to find yourself pretty limited in Columbus.
post #103 of 237
For all it's amenities, the droves of cloying Midwesterners really bring down Chicago..
post #104 of 237
What's with the c-bus love?

Columbus, OH is a god forsaken communist shit hole.

No shopping, no culture (unless you like it, the strip mall).
post #105 of 237
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Seriously?
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Close to Atlanta is a plus?
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My sentiments exactly, although people moving here from Alabama are quite excited and almost awed by Atlanta ("more than 2 traffic lights", one said)! But then again, they are moving from Alabama.
Close to shopping, food, and such which Birmingham doesn't offer.
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