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Boulder Rated #1 by Top Ten List Magazine

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Boulder has been named the best place in the country for being on top ten lists by a leading industry publication.  Top Ten List magazine cited Boulder’s appearance on lists of the fittest, best educated, and best-for-singles places in the country, as well as for being on lists of foodiest city and most desirable place to live.  Madison, WI and Portland, OR rounded out the top three.

Camden, NJ is expected to again be rated #1 when Bottom Ten List magazine releases its winners next month.

Editor’s note: This post originally appeared in the April Fools Edition of the Blue Line (4/1/2011).

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One Response to “Boulder Rated #1 by Top Ten List Magazine”

  1. […] got me thinking about some of the most interesting buildings I’ve seen lately.  Keeping in mind the fun my friends over at The Blue Line had with Top 10 lists recently, I didn’t want to come up with Ten Most Amazing Buildings or My Top Ten Historic Buildings. […]

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