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The Most Expensive Places to Go to the Movies – Arizona Daily Star
August 2, 2016

In the film industry, summertime means one thing — it’s blockbuster season. Studios line up theirbig-budget movies hoping to cash in on hits, a strategy that sometimes backfires in a major way. This past quarter was a disappointment for movie theater chains AMC and Regal Entertainment, and whatever the root cause for the downturn is, […]

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Here Are the Places Where You’ll Pay the Least for Gas – St. Louis Post Dispatch
July 31, 2016

The Fourth of July is perhaps the country’s most beloved holiday, and this year, revelers had an additional reason to celebrate — the national average price for a gallon of gasoline dropped to $2.29, the lowest price in 13 years. The price had dropped seven cents by month’s end, most likely a result of lower […]

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Stockton, Tracy least expensive California cities
February 24, 2016

Stockton and Tracy are among the least expensive cities in California, but nationally, they’re still more expensive places to live than average, according to the latest study by the Council for Community and Economic Research.

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2 Alabama cities among the country’s Best Mid-sized Cities to Make a Living
February 9, 2016

Only one Alabama city is among Money Geek’s top-five Best Mid-sized Cities to Make a Living in the U.S. Huntsville ranked No. 3 on the list, which includes cities with populations between 100,000 and 500,000 that have “relatively low costs of living and high salaries to help ensure you get the most bang for your […]

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Californians find affordability in Stockton, Tracy
February 9, 2016

Stockton got a little more affordable than cities in the Bay Area, but a little less affordable compared to the average U.S. community in 2015 according to the annual cost of living index from the Council for Community and Economic Research and unveiled Tuesday.

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