Silicon Valley was still number one — that’s a given. But Philadelphia ranked a pretty strong seventh, cited for its “diverse concentration of biopharma businesses and institutions,” including 25 medical schools.
Want to feel healthy and happy? Move to North Dakota. Or South Dakota.
After re-ranking the quarterbacks last week the guys from RotoAnalysis are back to tackle the tight end position.
Philadelphia’s made yet another list of the country’s best.
Week 11. Only two more weeks of bye weeks and only three more regular season games for most people. However, if you play in weekly re-draft leagues, none of that really matters does it?
This week we at RotoAnalysis are re-ranking the quarterbacks for the rest of the season. There’s still time left for your fantasy team to turn it around with some great play from the QB position.
Real estate website Movoto compiled the list using six criteria: amenities, cost of living, crime, education, median income and home value.
As the economy continues to struggle and the income gap widens, residents the country’s richest states continue to prosper.
According to the rankings, Philly-Camden-Wilmington scored 51.2 out of 100 possible points in the 2013 roundup.
Winners were scored one to ten for history, breweries, bars and events.
Movoto says they surveyed the 50 most populous cities across the nations and ranked them from one to 50 on ten different criterion.
It’s National Garden Month, and in celebration, a popular travel website has ranked the top 10 public gardens in the country.
“Let freedom ring” might not ring true in many of the fifty states.
New rankings show that Philadelphia’s quest to go green is headed in the right direction.
The City of Brotherly Love ranked 33 of 35 American cities on Travel + Leisure’s “Most And Least Attractive People” list.