Baltimore ranks among the top 10 cities for singles, according to Kiplinger.
The personal finance magazine rated cities on whether household income exceeded the national average of $49,536; the percentage of singles in the city -- must exceed the national average of 49.4 percent -- and the average price of a date night that entails two movie tickets and a bottle of wine. Singles don't eat on dates?
Not sure if cities were ranked in order, although Kiplinger listed Baltimore as No. 4. The average median household income here is $66,195, and the percentage unmarried households amounted to 52.9 percent. And the average date night cost $28.75.
Other cities on the list include Los Angeles, New York and Ann Arbor, Mich.
So let's hear it singles: Is Baltimore a great place to be single?