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View Poll Results: The best option of singles would be...
Louisville 10 37.04%
Lexington 8 29.63%
Cincinnatti 8 29.63%
Dunno 1 3.70%
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Old 10-22-2007, 03:05 PM
 
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Cincy has more trees unless you are downtown, but no one goes downtown, so you don't have to worry about it. Definately feels more like a small town in that regard for its size. Cincy is not artsy, but none of them are really. I guess we have a museum but the people are not "artsy" (except UC / clifton)...

Sorry you haven't had a good experience STX... clicky it is. People don't move in to Cincy, people are born here and never leave... that probably does it.
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Old 10-22-2007, 06:31 PM
 
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Cincy has more trees unless you are downtown, but no one goes downtown, so you don't have to worry about it. Definately feels more like a small town in that regard for its size. Cincy is not artsy, but none of them are really. I guess we have a museum but the people are not "artsy" (except UC / clifton)...

Sorry you haven't had a good experience STX... clicky it is. People don't move in to Cincy, people are born here and never leave... that probably does it.
Actually...Cincinnati is one of my favorite cities architecture wise. Louisville has great architecture, but man, I don't think it touches Cincinnati. I also like the dense feeling of downtown. But some of the empty storefronts and agressive panhandlers are annoying. I see great potential for Cincy though. I would like to see it merge like Louisville did. Over the Rhine makes me want to cry though. It could be like a mini Soho.
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Old 10-24-2007, 11:54 AM
 
Location: In the Quay... soon to be the Bane
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Check out Clique Lounge in Covington if you are into dance music and the contemporary scene. We love it. House DJ is awesome.
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Old 10-24-2007, 03:48 PM
 
Location: Garner, NC
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I went to EKU in Richmond, Ky, which is 20 minutes south of Lexington, and I would definitely recommend Lex. I many times thought I'd move back to the area after college, but haven't as of yet. What I liked about Lexington is that it's very clean, compared to my hometown of Ashland. I felt like there was lots to do and was fairly small in order to get around easily. It was a bit upscale, and the traffic can be bad, but otherwise was a pretty nice place. There are no major industrial plants (that I know of) in Lexington so the air was nice and clean.
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