Those of us who live in Baltimore know all too well the city can get a bad rap, but it looks like the tide may be changing!
U.S. News & World Reports' annual list of the best places to live is out and Baltimore landed at number 117 out of 150! Among its highlights are its small town feel, aka "smalltimore," the elegant architecture, the friendly people and lively pockets of nightlife and music make Charm City a pleasant and fun place to call home. “The metro area also boasts a restaurant scene that goes beyond the city’s famous crab cakes, pit beef and Berger cookies,” according to US News & World Reports.
That's not all, Salisbury also found itself on the list landing at number 90. Its small-town feel coupled with it being one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S. secured its spot on the list. Funny enough, Baltimore is also number 76 on the list of Best Places to Retire, but it’s number 7 on the most dangerous cities list. I guess beauty really is in the eye of the beholder.