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FunkyA2

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FunkyA2

Is Ann Arbor as fu unky as they say- are that many night clubs and casinos. Is there a major fashion scene because it sounds ace Babay.

Thanks for any replies - i had never heard of Funky A2 until last weekeknd and now it is at the centre of my little universe.

Burlington, Canada
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1. Re: FunkyA2

what is funky a2

Northville, Michigan
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2. Re: FunkyA2

A2 is a college town.

Funkiness can be found, but not major, and not especially a big fashion scene

Livonia, MI
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3. Re: FunkyA2

Not unless you consider Hoodies and Birkenstocks a fashion scene! It is a college town after all. There are no casinos in Ann Arbor. Clubs – depends on what you mean by “club”. There are a lot of bars and some good places to see live music, good theatres, good restaurants, but if you are talking about Vegas style dance clubs then I would say no. Great city though.

Burlington, Canada
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4. Re: FunkyA2

It is a very nice city, great restaurants & bars. If anyone knows Kathy at 1st street Bed & Breakie please thank her from Kevin from Burlington. I wanted to review it on T.A. but its not listed as far as I can see. ITS

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