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"You can see that it can be a real polarizing force in the dating scene if you pay attention.The transience of many of the students and faculty also plays a role in whether people form relationships."Indeed, in a university-dependent city with approximately 30 percent of its population being university or college students and over 16 percent being foreign born, you have a unique situation between long-term residents and those just passing through. James, president and CEO of Ann Arbor-born Applied Dynamics, is one such foreign born resident.

Like many professionals, she appreciates a soothing, recession-friendly happy hour after work: The Blue Tractor offers a relaxed vibe at the nifty chilled bar; Old Town Tavern offers the chance for conversations that don't suck; The Real Seafood Co rocks for drinks and appetizers; and Eve satisfies her hankering for something a little more elegant."Ann Arbor is also great for brunches and happy hours, and I think that's where a lot of the social interactions focus."To James, Melange and Pacific Rim By Kana are ideal spots for twenty and thirty-somethings to hang out because "they are well-run, and offer good food and service." He frequently takes business colleagues to dinner there.He also likes Sava's State Street Café for a bit of business and pleasure: He eats, works on his laptop and often chats with friends he runs into there.It's definitely slower paced than Toronto or Shanghai, but it makes up for that with more of a community feel," he says."And in Ann Arbor the education level is insanely high." He would agree with Gill that the population tends to be transient.It's not easy, making a connection -- whether it's romance, friendship, comic book pal, or play date for your labradoodle -- in the Ann Arbor area, if you don't know where to look.