Looking for love in all the wrong places? Check out the 10 best U.S. cities for dating as ranked by Yahoo! Travel.
With coffeehouses on practically every corner (little wonder, given Starbucks was born here), Seattle’s primed for cappuccino-fueled courtships, according to Yahoo!.
9. San Francisco
California’s cultural capital is a boon for diverse, creative singles with its plethora of museums and art galleries.
8. San Diego
Head out for a date-worthy dip or a go at surfing at one of 33 city beaches, then stick around for an evening beach bonfire, or hit up the nightlife haunts.
These bordering, sun-kissed cities offer abundant outdoor activities, world-class spas and an eclectic foodie scene.
6. New York City
The Big Apple is big on dating, with hip, career-driven New Yorkers oozing unrivaled cultural diversity, perfect for those looking to broaden their dating horizons, according to Yahoo!.
5. New Orleans
The French Quarter’s wrought-iron balconies and flickering streetlamps, the soaring oak canopies of City Park and balmy Southern nights combine for plenty of romantic strolling here.
Miami's sizzling nightlife scene infused by sensual Latin flavors commands the night, while the beachfront beckons active types who can jog, bike or rollerblade under the sun.
Check out world-class art museums, comedy clubs, theaters and sporting venues during the day following by a night at one of the city's famous blues clubs.
Grab a date and head out on the town for the bustling pub scene, top venues for sporting events or strolls along the Harborwalk and the Charles River Esplanade.
1. Austin, Texas
For a Texas-size dose of top-notch dating potential, try a toe-tapping night out at some 200 live-music venues, or hit up the nightlife hotbeds in the Warehouse District or on Sixth Street.
What was said to be a young Great White shark took two bites on an outrigger canoe Sunday three miles off the Santa Barbara coast. The woman on board was sent into the ocean, but was not harmed.
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A woman is behind bars this morning after police say she rear-ended another vehicle while driving drunk.It happened Saturday afternoon when police say 53-year-old San Luis Obispo resident Lisa Davis was driving along Marsh Street.They say her Ford F-150 rear-ended a Subaru Outback stopped at a red light.The victim suffered a minor injury.Officers say Davis was driving under a suspended license from a prior DUI. She also had an active warrant for her arrest for failure to appear on a prior DUI arrest.
Medical examiners in Las Vegas couldn't determine what killed a 27-year-old California woman whose body was found in September in the Nevada desert.
The Amgen Tour of California, announced the 2015 host cities on Monday including several central coast cities.
Lompoc Police Chief Patrick Walsh has been on the job for about a month and now has a third officer who's been criminally charged this year while off-duty.
Santa Barbara police are investigating a stabbing in the Mesa area of Santa Barbara.
High Surf Advisory is in effect for the Central Coast through Thursday.
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Douglas MacArthur returns to the Philippines, Nixon sets off the "Saturday Night Massacre," Jackie Kennedy remarries, the Sydney Opera House opens, tragedy strikes Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Muammar Gaddafi is killed, all on this day.
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