Seriously — can't we catch a break?
We have the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in our backyard, and there isn't even a spot for Cleveland in a Top 10 Rock Cities list?
AskMen.com — which features in-depth articles like "Turn Your Cellphone Into a Wingman Tonight" and "Scarlett Johansson Shuns Chores" — just posted a "Top 10: Rock Cities" list. Cleveland ain't on it.
Rio de Janeiro is. So is Detroit (really?). But no Cleveland.
Los Angeles tops the list, presumably for giving us such kick-ass rockers as Maroon 5 and Ratt.
Our great city is listed in this quote, however: "Rock ‘n’ roll cities are born, they’re not made (sorry Cleveland)."
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