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In its early years, Ann Arbor was advertised
as "The Most Desirable Residence in
the Great West." And while the frontier
beginnings of Ann Arbor have passed, its
desirability remains intact, thanks to the
incredible range of sights, eats and things
to do here. While the city may be best
known for the University and its fondness
for plant-based delinquency, residents and
students know that it has much more to
offer than just school and smoke. Here is
an introduction to the wonderful world of
Ann Arbor, which is now advertised as "Six
Square Miles Surrounded by Reality."

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September 6, 2011
Best of
Ann Arbor
Each year, The
Michigan Daily polls
Ann Arborites, asking
one question: what are
the best places, shops,
services and things
in Ann Arbor? Take
a look at our list to
get an idea about the
best eats, drinks and
services that the city
has to offer. Trust us:
you don't want to be a
clueless freshman who
doesn't know your
Rick's from your BTB.
See Page 3F -*
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Street Profiles
Though Ann Arbor
is often described
as a "small college
town," it can still be
overwhelming for an
uninitiated individual.
We've broken down the
three largest streets in
the city - State, Main
and South University -
and highlighted useful
businesses, eateries and
destinations. This map
is perfect if you need a
certain kind of food or
service in Ann Arbor!
See Page 4F -*
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The Ann Arbor
Bucket List
Orientation might have
introduced you to life
as a student, but living
in Ann Arbor gives you
access to an exciting
range of experiences.
Take time to check off
some of the items on
the Daily's incoming
student bucket list; you
can be sure that you'll
end up with some great
stories for your friends
back home about your
fascinating, cultured
life in Ann Arbor.
See Page 8F -*

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