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    I struggle with Detroit, incidentally. Fifty years ago, it may have been in Class Two: Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac, Joe Louis, the Purple Gang, Motown, Bob Seger, Red Wings and Tigers, etc. But it's such a dump today. At one point, I almost put it in Class Five, but then reconsidered, thinking I was punishing it too harshly. It has produced a ton of things on the cultural front, so I stuck it at the top of Class Four. I'd be especially curious to hear where readers think my family's home city should be ranked.

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    1. C.R Says:

      I can’t say much about Detroit. It has an unlovely reputation of late and I don’t see things getting any better from where I sit, but I’ve never been there so I’ll keep my uniformed opinion to my self.

      Two cities that would’ve made my list (culturally speaking):

      Savannah-it came out of the Civil war more or less intact (unlike Atlanta) which makes it’s architecture and culture more representative of the Old South than Atlanta.

      St. Augustine: Oldest city in the U.S. and culture going all the way back to the Spanish explorers. Statistically insignificant against the metropolises of today, but St. Augustine was around before they were even thought of.

      Both small cities, both only regional in influence, but that influence goes waaaaay back. No school like old school.

    2. C.R Says:

      P.S- I agree with your placement of Orlando as a 5th tier city as far as size and clout. Culturally speaking, Orlando has no distinct sense of itself. None. It’s too new. There are so many transplants here. I know three people born and raised in Orlando, and I’ve been here 15 years. Everyone is from somewhere else so there’s no common regional culture in the city proper.

    3. Eric Says:

      That’s interesting, regarding Savannah and St. Augustine. I didn’t consider them either way, but they probably wouldn’t have made the list anyway, since I tried to limit it to “major” cities. It might be interesting to come up with a list of “regional” cities with a major cultural impact. I suspect a handful of New England cities might make the list (e.g., New Haven).

    4. C.R Says:

      A Minor League City Lineup could be fun. Smaller cities seem to be great incubators for for cultural eccentricities and traditions.

    5. Jake Ryals Says:

      As a native of Milledgeville, Georgia, home of the late Flannery O’Connor, I’d move Atlanta farther down. It’s main cultural contribution is hip hop and, as a city, it’s more urban sprawl. I’ve always considered one of the central assets of a city to be a functioning metro, ala buses and subways/trains, but Atlanta lacks these as efficient means of navigation for those that value their family’s lives and well-being.

     

     

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