"I have met very few guys in this city who genuinely don't care what they look like, no matter how hard they fake it," says Rachel, 38. There's no fresher hell than alternate-side-of-the-street parking.
NEW YORKHis threads: Lately, the city's been overrun by louche hipsters in Buddy Holly glasses, whiskered skinny jeans, and wink-wink tees (e.g., "Free Madoff").
(Hundreds of tech firms, including Microsoft, are based in the area.) Locals boast that it's a haven for green-minded lefties who get as big a thrill rappelling the Cascades as they do "coding the architecture" (don't ask us what that means).
Keep in mind: The differences between SEATTLEHunting guys here isn't easy, thanks to persistently dank weather and the Vulcan-like standoffishness typical of Emerald City's comp-sci hordes.
His threads: Northwest chic is all about comfy layering — Patagonia shell, vintage band tee (e.g., Soundgarden), jeans from Riveted, a flash drive dangling from a carabiner key chain.
"In Seattle, a lot of lines blur — the geeks here are pretty outdoorsy." -Jennifer, 27SEATTLE His haunts: Beer tastings at Bottleworks; Monday night line dancing at Little Red Hen; pre-Mariners pints at Pyramid Alehouse; Sundays at the Ballard Farmers' Market; Ladies' Night at Frontier Room; live alt-rock at Tractor Tavern; the Seattle Coffee Crawl; Friends of Seattle Public Library Book Sale (September 25-27); Guitar Hero at Whisky Bar; late morning at Olympia's Caffé Vita; Mount Rainier's Burroughs Mountain Trail; Open Floor at the Henry Art Gallery; Space City Mixers.
The discovery was made back a few years ago, and surprisingly enough the find hasn’t been popularized at all, with little to no information available online, but I’ll be sure to update this post as soon as I can get ahold of more info.
mined the latest census data to find the cities with the highest ratio of available men to women. Peabody Records; the cooking demos at Green City Market; last call at Skylark bar; United Center's cheap seats at Bulls games; First Fridays at the Museum of Contemporary Art; Rose's, a cozy dive; The Bull & Bear, after the closing bell; Summer Dance's Thursday nights.
(Las Vegas takes that one, serving booze round the clock.) Here, the nation's ultimate meet markets:1. "There are a lot of frat guys here who graduated, got real jobs, bought a suit, and learned how to shower daily," says Christine, 25.
); Washington Square Park's dog run; the cobblestone backyard of Ulysses' bar; happy hour at the Boat Basin; boccie ball at Union Hall; Sunday Night Football at 1849; the Runner's Gate on 90th and Fifth; City View Racquet Club's squash courts; barbecuing at Manhattan Beach.
); the L train platform at Williamsburg's Graham Avenue; the Park Slope Food Co-op's meat section; the lunch-hour line at Shake Shack (now at Citi Field!
At a depth of about 40 feet into Lake Michigan’s Grand Traverse Bay, using sonar techniques to look for shipwrecks, archeologists discovered sunken boats and cars and even a Civil War-era pier, but among all these they found this prehistoric surprise, which a trained eye can guess by looking at the sonar scans photos in this article.“When you see it in the water, you’re tempted to say this is absolutely real,” said Mark Holley, a professor of underwater archaeology at Northwestern Michigan University College who made the discovery, during a news conference with photos of the boulder on display in 2007.
“But that’s what we need the experts to come in and verify.