70, Girls, 70

11 06 2013

Hello Readers!

We are winding down the last show of the season! There are still 2 weeks left to catch 70, Girls, 70! This is one show that will be sure to make your feet tap. Call the box office today at 248.377.3300 to get your tickets.

Curious to know where some of the best places to retire are? Well here are a few of them!

Bangor, Maine

Fast fact: Named for an Irish hymn. Pros: reasonable cost of living, median home price $127,000, many doctors per capita, above average air quality, good metrics for aging, low crime rate. high level of volunteering. Cons: Cold winters, poor state tax climate.

Billings, Montana

Fast fact: Named for a railroad president. Pros: Low cost of living, median home price $138,000, good state tax climate, abundant doctors, above average air quality, high Milken Institute aging rank, low crime. Con: Cold winters.

Clearwater, Florida

Fast fact: Named for a fresh spring. Pros: Low cost of living, median home price $139,000, no state income tax, agreeable climate, above-average air quality, lots of doctors,. Con: Crime.

College Station, Texas

Fast fact: Home of Texas A&M. Pros: College-town cultural amenities, low cost of living, median home price $149,000, no state income tax, warm climate, low crime. Con: Average doctors per capita.

Lexington, Kentucky

Fast fact: Home of University of Kentucky. Pros: College town ambiance, low cost of living, median home price $146,000, good state tax climate, moderate weather, high Milken Institute aging rank. high volunteering level. Con: Below average air quality.

Little Rock, Arkansas

Fast fact: Named for a river landmark. Pros: Low cost of living, median home price $144,000, good weather, abundant doctors, high Milken Institute aging rank. Cons: Below average air quality, crime.

Medford, Oregon

Fast fact: Named for Medford, MA. Pros: Median home price $147,000, good climate, above averge air quality, high doctors per capita. Con: Crime

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Fast fact: Winston and Salem merged exactly a century ago. Pros: Low cost of living, median home price $129,000, moderate climate, college amenities (Wake Forest), high doctors per capita, high Milken Institute aging rank. Con: Crime.

So in case you were wondering where to retire this is only a few the current 2013 list from forbes.com. Don’t forget to visit your grandmother!!

Stay tuned…

Casey S. Hibbert©

 

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