Relocation advice for a 35-year-old hipster sister

My 35-year-old sister came for a visit over the weekend and pondered what it would be like to live in Tampa.

I suggested she might prefer St. Petersburg.

She's young, single and a licensed massage therapist, which gives me the feeling that the downtown St. Pete vibe might be more to her liking.

Tampa offers a lot and, as I've written before, you should enjoy both sides of the bay. But on the hip and cool scoreboard, I think St. Petersburg is ahead. …

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More than 185,000 people have already voted in the Florida GOP primary. Given how much has changed in the race over the past seven days, I wonder whether they have regrets. Call me old school, but I say wait until election day. You never know.

That's all I'm saying.

Relocation advice for a 35-year-old hipster sister 01/22/12 [Last modified: Sunday, January 22, 2012 7:36pm]

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