Miami is the Best and the Worst: A List of Lists
by Sean McCaughan | August 17, 2018
Miami is a city of superlatives. It’s either the best of something or the worst of something else, which makes the city a pretty extraordinary place. Of course, many of these rankings are highly subjective, and it depends on who’s doing the ranking, but they are all worth considering. Let’s start with a few bad ones to get them out of the way.
If Miami really is the worst, why is it the best in so many other areas?
We are number five for the hippest/coolest people (just behind Nashville, for some reason)
Miami is the cleanest city in the country (they’re not talking about our politics!)
And finally, a few random superlatives just for fun:
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