best cities to live in
Known for its near-perfect climate and constant excitement, Los Angeles is considered the entertainment capital of the world. In terms of saving money, however, the country's second-largest city ranked as the second-worst according to a recent GOBankingRates study.
It's winter. And it's cold. And that means stocking up on blankets and hot cocoa, getting toasty by the fire and snuggling
6. Salt Lake City, UT A high-tech economy is this pretty city's major strength. 5. Raleigh (and Cary), NC A huge spike in
10. Bellevue, Washington Keep in touch! Check out HuffPost Weddings on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. 1. Newton, Massachusetts
But the folks over at Honeywell Heaters have identified a new reason to consider one city over another: Coziness. In their
Best Places For Young Adults: D.C. Is The Third Best U.S. City For Men And Women In Their 20s And Early 30s
1. Des Moines, Iowa 2. Madison, Wis. 3. Omaha 4. Columbus 5. Minneapolis-St. Paul The rankings took into consideration factors
Watch out, Chicago -- there's a new Second City in America. But while some bemoan Washington's Second City status as "a loser for America," we think D.C. is a great place to live, work and have fun. Here are 10 reasons why.