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Columbus Ranked “Top Arts Destination”



The full ranking of the top 25 big cities (populations of 500,000 or greater) after the link:

1. New York, NY
2. Chicago, Ill
3. Washington, D.C.
4. San Francisco, CA
5. Boston, Mass.
6. Seattle, Wash.
7. Albuquerque, N.M.
8. Philadelphia, Pa.
9. Baltimore, Md.
10. Columbus, Ohio
11. Portland, Ore.
12. Los Angeles, Calif.
13. Austin, Texas
14. Phoenix, Ariz.
15. Denver, Colo.
16. Tucson, Ariz.
17. Charlotte, N.C.
18. San Diego, Calif.
19. Las Vegas, Nev.
20. Milwaukee, Wis.
21. San Antonio, Texas
22. Nashville, Tenn.
23. Dallas, Texas
24. Houston, Texas
25. Jacksonville, Fla.

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2 Responses to Columbus Ranked “Top Arts Destination”

  1. Tomnibus says:

    This is great news, I wonder if the local media will mention this in their news casts. That would be nice to see.

  2. Walker Evans says:

    Awesome to see Columbus rank so highly. This will no doubt give our city some good press.

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