Money Magazine has released its 2011 list of America's 100 best places to live. In today's Gotta Watch, we're checking the map and looking at a few other cities you may - or may not - want to consider.
Buford, Wyoming's party of one - Whether it's about winning debates at town meetings, the length of his commute or how long it would take to meet the entire population, Don Sammons knows all the jokes. And he should. He's the sole resident of Wyoming's oldest town.[cnn-video url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/living/2010/12/23/dnt.wyoming.town.of.one.kusa"%5D
Lynwood, Washington's men in tights - If safety is at the top of your list, you may want to consider Lynwood, Washington. The city's police force gets a little extra help from a merry band of crime fighters.[cnn-video url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2011/01/04/seattle.phoenix.superhero.KIRO"%5D
Jacksonville, Florida's pet peeve - If you want a city that supports all forms of creative expression, even when it involves the family pet, you may want to drive on past Jacksonville, Florida. Just ask this woman, who was busted for painting her pooch.[cnn-video url="http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2010/11/16/bauer.fl.woman.dyes.poodle.pink.wjxt"%5D