Do you live in one of America's most active cities? Whether it's nightlife or the outdoors, most cities claim to have a lot to offer. But a list of the available activities doesn't necessarily reveal what a city's residents are actually doing. A new study has now ranked cities based on the ratio of people who attend events, including parties, classes, seminars, music festivals, marathons and more. Eventbrite looked at America's 50 largest cities to measure how many residents lead active lives.
... Some of the largest cities in the country, including New York City and Los Angeles, didn't even make it in the top 10. New York came in 20th, and Los Angeles ranked 25th.
1. Atlanta, Ga.
2. Washington, D.C.
3. San Francisco, Calif.
4. Austin, Texas
5. Seattle, Wash.
6. Portland, Ore.
7. Minneapolis, Minn.
8. Boston, Mass.
9. Las Vegas, Nev.
10. Denver, Colo.
... The study also found that we get more active as we get older. People over the age of 60 were more likely to say they "live life to the fullest most days."
"Wicked" the award winning Broadway musical is back in Austin for a 3rd time at the Bass Concert Hall!! If you missed it the last two times it was here, or if you are a big fan of this amazing musical that has won over 50 awards, you still have until March 9th to see it!! Get your tickets here!!
I had the pleasure of interviewing two of the stars of "Wicked" this past week. Alyssa Fox who is the standby for Elphaba and Lindsey Brett the understudy for Glinda!! They both love the musical and give us some behind the scenes secrets too!!