the four years i lived in pittsburgh were the happiest of my life. with the death of american steel, pgh became a clean city. the university of pgh is the largest employer. there are world class sports, a world class symphony, and many theaters. not far by car is a section of the appalachian trail. to top it off, the cost of living is low.
Missoula is Montana's best kept secret. It's a college town, but it has more local color than the rest of Montana combined. The cost of living is pretty low compared to other parts of the country. There is an abundance of great local food and the people are really friendly. And nature is a short hike or car ride away.
by Elsie Nelson6 years ago
HELP!Okay, I'm over the depressing weather in Porland, OR. I've had my last winter here, I really have. Which is so sad because there's so much we love here- the mountains, ocean, trees, desert, the...
by L. Andrew Marr8 years ago
I think you are fantastic people with a fantastic government.One might say I am naive but I believe in the American Dream.I go to University next year where I can take a year out to study the American Culture. Then I am...
by Nichol marie2 years ago
Living in New Hampshire seems like the highest priced place to live.What do you consider the cheapest state to live in? I have really only heard Tennessee but jobs are not all that easy to find.
by Rochelle Frank5 years ago
What is the best place in the world to live?Is it the best place for you... or the best place, in general? Why?
by PhoenixV4 years ago
Which Cities Or Towns In The United States Have The Lowest Utility Bills?
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