I live in Boston. It's known for it's loud, drunken Irish population, Sox, Celts, Bruins, Sam Adams brewery, Dropkick Murphys, and the plethora of American history that it holds. And Boston Baked Beans? Though I was never really into those..
I live in Knoxville and it isn't known for much. Really its only claim to fame is proximity to the Great Smoky Mountains. I love the mountains and the low cost-of-living but sometimes wish it had more to offer.
Dana Point - whale watching, Killer Dana - the best waves in orange county before the area was turned into a harbor :0(
drunken douche bag tourists that don't know where they are going and end up going the wrong way on our one way section of PCH
Doheny beach.. OC's trailer park of beaches
Kobe got married at the church at the top of the hill behind my house..
hmmm.. St Regis & Ritz Carlton
The owners of this site got married in my town.. W00t
grungy, flannel-wearing, hybrid-driving environmentalists; uptight, condo-residing, conservative young professionals; the original Starbucks, Costco, Amazon, and Microsoft; Kurt Cobain, my man Jimi Hendrix, Quincy Jones. Weather most of the time: 57 degrees and drizzly. The cost of living is pretty ridiculous, but it makes up for it in natural beauty. Guesses?
i also rep Allston, which is right outside Boston and a pretty great place to be if you're a college student. Known for its numerous bars, frat houses, and the large rats that live in the garbage heaps. Also possibly for its large selection of vegan/vegetarian restaurants?