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7. Oak Park, IL
Oak Park, IL
Population: 49,865
Single: 33.4%
Median family income: $102,485
Bookworms and art fans will feel at ease among this Chicago suburb's artsy, well-educated crowd. Go to a reading at a bookstore and talk literature with distinguished professorial types. Impress architecture buffs with your knowledge of Frank Lloyd Wright, an Oak Park native whose work can be seen all over the village. On the third Friday of every month, stroll over to the Oak Park Arts District for an open-air art gallery walk. Then sip coffee and mingle with intellectuals at a nearby cafe. 

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