Baltimore ranked among best city's for single men

BALTIMORE - 1. JERRY SEINFELD ON JOS A. BANK & MEN'S WAREHOUSE: Looks like Jerry Seinfeld's fashion sense is helping him make sense of Joseph A. Bank's attempts to merge with Men's Warehouse.

The comedian took to the Internet's "Buzzfeed Brews" to talk about the clothing conundrum.

"Joseph A Bank, could they advertise more? Can they sell less? They're just like, 'We'll give you three suits for $8. We'll give you… Just take it. Just take it, and get it out of here," said Jerry.

"So now Men's Warehouse is saying, more clothes, nobody wants, nobody will buy no price low enough. There's no sale big enough. And yet, they have enough money to keep advertising, 20 %, 80 %..." Jerry added.

2. TIMONIUM MOTORCYCLE SHOW: Get ready rev up your engines and show off your biker pride. The Timonium Motorcycle Show kicked off Friday at the State Fairgrounds, and Orange County Choppers, Paul Teutul Sr. was there for the ride.

The show features hundreds of custom paint jobs paying homage to Baltimore…along with swap meet, cutest baby biker contest, and even a chance to tie the knot on two wheels?

The Timonium Motorcycle Show runs through Sunday.

3. THE BEST CITIES FOR SINGLE MEN: Looks like Baltimore and Washington, D.C. are two of the best cities for single men according to

The ranking is based on the number of bars, restaurants, average cost for a date, and the ratio of single women to men.

7 luckiest cities for Single Men

1 . New York

2 . Boston

3 . Baltimore

4 . Washington, D.C.

5 . Chicago

6. Philadelphia

7. Detroit

Click here to view the complete list of Top 10 lucky cities for single men on


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