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America's Most Miserable Cities 2010

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    swan wrote >>

    laChewla wrote >>
    Reasons Cleveland is cooler than you:
    Cleveland Museum of Art, Severance Hall, the Cleveland Orchestra, Playhouse Square, The Cavs, The Browns, great jazz scene, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Great Lakes Science Center, Lakewood, The Beachland Ballroom and Tavern, The Grogg Shop, Peabody’s Downunder, The Galleria, Tower City, The Detroit Superior Bridge, Case Western University, world class architecture, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Tremont, Ohio City, Little Italy, Cleveland Museum of Natural History, Opera Cleveland, Lake Erie, Great Lakes Brewing Company, Rust Belt charm, RTA (named best in USA in 2007), Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, Greater Cleveland Area, Blossom, the Lumberjacks, the Crunch, proximity to Cedar Point – America’s Roller Coast, affordable, Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland Institute of Art, outdoor ice skating at University Circle, Cleveland Botanical Gardens, Cleveland Public Libraries, the Cleveland Music Settlement, Western Reserve Historical Society, the Agora, Mayfield Heights, Bone Thugs & Harmony, surfing………I’ll gladly list more…

    haha way to be relevant… the lumberjacks haven’t been a hockey team since 2001 and the cleveland crunch haven’t been a soccer team since 2002.

    I think the rest of the list speaks for itself regardless of the loss of two amateur league teams.



    Cleveland fans may want to check out this contest. Be sure to check out the prize packages.

    [url=]Happy in CLE+[/url]



    Motorist wrote >>
    Cleveland fans may want to check out this contest. Be sure to check out the prize packages.
    [url=]Happy in CLE+[/url]

    Nice prizes. A 6 hour limo ride will get you to Toronto!



    More Cleveland response to the Forbes article:

    I read a few days back that Forbes admitted that they didn’t visit Cleveland and made their choices based on criteria that they didn’t fully disclose. This reaffirms that this “survey” is more or less bullshit.



    The work of Damien Hirst – Currently on display at the Cleveland Museum of Art:


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