known in Mexico and attracts clients from various walks of life, including businessmen and national level politicians. Catemaco holds an annual event in March dedicated to sorcery which can draw up to 5,000 visitors. The city left thumb Breakwater boardwalk along Lake Catemaco (File:RoadAlongLakeCatemaco.JPG) The city of Catemaco is located in southern Veracruz, about 160 km from the port of Veracruz (Veracruz, Veracruz) and 220 km from the state capital of Xalapa.<
attractions of Catemaco. The belief in magical practices has attracted people from all walks of life, from waiters and taxi drivers to national-level politicians. Veracruz governor Fidel Herrera Beltrán even pushed for a national school for sorcery in Catemaco, without success and is a regular at the annual event. Visitors usually seek limpias (ritual cleansings), healing or something to give them an edge in business. These magical practices have
: www.historicfilipinotown.org Historic Filipinotown Neighborhood Council was able to raise enough funds to launch the annual event with a Christmas Lantern Parade on Temple Street. thumbnail left Over 31 "polemount" Parols are installed along Temple St. coinciding with festivities in the Philippines, the longest celebration of Christmas in the world. In addition a parade of Christmas lanterns like this one are paraded during the last day of Simbang Gabi (File:Parol, Philippines.jpg). Cultural Landmarks ;''Filipino Christian Church, Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) and St. Columban Filipino Catholic Church'' On May 5, 1998, the Los Angeles City Council designated the Filipino Christian Church as Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 651. The Filipino (Disciples) Christian Church is the only Historic Cultural Monument designated by the City of Los Angeles with Filipino origins, distinguished by its German Gothic Revival and Craftsman architecture. The Disciples of Christ State Board adopted the work with the Filipinos as its mission and called on Rev. and Mrs. Frank Stipp, former missionaries to the Ilocos provinces, to oversee the work. Through them and the Disciples of Christ State Board, a center was later started when the Disciples secured for the Filipino Christian Fellowship four bungalows complete with apartment facilities and a worship place located at First and Bunker Hill, where the Music Center and Disney Concert Hall stand today. It is believed that these quarters sparked the start of what is known now as Historic Filipino Town. Having been the earliest Christian church established to cater to Filipino Americans, many key organizations in the area germinated from this church, including SIPA and the Filipino American Library. Although not yet designated as Historic-Cultural landmarks, Historic Filipinotown also has the oldest site for Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) (Iglesia ni Cristo)Church in mainland America and the earliest Filipino Catholic Church built in the country. Despite its gothic elements, the INC Church in the district is a $7.6 million USD structure which is also one of the few in the area that reflects genuine Philippine architecture. thumbnail right The $7.6 Million INC Church is one of the few structues that displays authentic Philippine architecture (File:Filipinotown INC.jpg) thumbnail right St. Columban Filipino Catholic Church, the nation's oldest 'Filipino' Catholic Church (File:St. Columban Filipino Church.jpg) Purchased in part by funds donated by First Lady Aurora Quezon as a gift to the Filipinos in Los Angeles: the St. Columban Filipino Church on Beverly Blvd and Loma St. also has authentic church bells from Antipolo City, Philippines. The church sits on one of the five hills that circled the old Los Angeles; this hill is called Crown Hill. In the 1890s Crown Hill was the epicenter of a massive oil boom when Edward L. Doheny and Charles A. Canfield bought a lot at Colton Street and Glendale Boulevard; on November 1892 they struck oil and the boom was on. ;''Gintong Kasaysayan, Gintong Pamana mural'' Prior to the area being designated as Historic Filipinotown, on June 24, 1995, Ethnic enclaves like Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles), Historic Filipinotown (Historic Filipinotown, Los Angeles), Koreatown (Koreatown, Los Angeles), Little Armenia (Little Armenia, Los Angeles), Little Ethiopia (Little Ethiopia, Los Angeles), Tehrangeles, Little Tokyo (Little Tokyo, Los Angeles), and Thai Town (Thai Town, Los Angeles) provide examples of the polyglot (Multilingualism) character of Los Angeles.
These estuaries have abundant vegetation and aquatic, and semi-aquatic wildlife such as crabs, lobsters, red snapper (red snapper (fish)), shad, white and black herons and in the mangroves, two species of alligator. There are three estuaries that are visited most. The first is called Del Silencio, which has about five km of navigable waters and filled with mangroves. The name comes from the relative lack of sound, except for the buzzing of insects, and water dripping from trees. The second is called De la Cruz, with very clear waters, 25 km of navigable waters in which sea bass can
also hosted the European Super Cup, an annual event pitting the winners of the top UEFA club competitions, the Champions League (UEFA Champions League) and Europa League (UEFA Europa League), between 1998 and 2012. Features The district also contains Monaco Heliport, which provides frequent links to Nice Airport in neighboring France, with connections to direct flights to New York (New York City), London, and other important European destinations. Monaco's automobile museum, the Monaco Top Cars Collection, is located on the Terrasses de Fontvieille. -
several festivals and events, notably: *''Waterfront Festival'' which occurs at the end of June http: www.themwf.com *The ''Port Credit In-Water Boat Show''. An annual event, to be held in August, at the Port Credit Harbour Marina. Ontario's largest in-water boat show Shuffle'', an annual three day Blues and Jazz festival in September, founded in 1999 by Chuck Jackson (Chuck Jackson (Canadian musician)) See Southside Shuffle website; www.southsideshuffle.com. It includes the Mississauga Music Walk of Fame. *"Port Credit's Busker Fest" held in August http: www.portcreditbuskerfest.com *The Marina is located in the center of Port Credit and provides docking for ships up to 45’ in length Just a short walk away from the Marina you are at the heart of the Village where the town’s old fashioned atmosphere allows you to indulge in an experience unique to Mississauga. *Lakefront Promenade Marina is located in one of the largest and most beautiful park developments on Lake Ontario. Built in 1991, the marina has first class docking and boating facilities and a licensed outdoor eatery. *Built in 1991, Lakefront Promenade is by far one of the most beautiful parks developed on Lake Ontario. It has amenities including top of the line docking and boating facilities as well as an outdoor eatery for convenience. *Alongside the protected harbour are 40 hectares of public land including a playground, splash pads, board walks, barbecues, and many more conveniently located amenities. *Port Credit and the War of 1812 - Port Credit now has scenic tours that include hearing the role of Historic Mississauga during the war of 1812 told by a Veteran of the 2nd Regiment of the York Militia *The Farmers Market – have the opportunity to purchase some of the finest produce that Port credit has to offer at the farmers market that takes place on Saturdays from June 15 to October 24. *The MWF is seen as Mississauga’s signature family oriented event. It started off with only 7,000 visitors since its inception in 1998 and quickly jumped to an average of over 50,000 visitors per year in 2013. The festival attracts visitors across the GTA (Greater Toronto Area), Ontario, and border cities in the U.S.A. It has also received recognition as a top 100 festival in Ontario for ten years to date. *With over 600 performers annually, the event never fails to attract a wide array of audiences and visitors that are more than enthusiastic about seeing their favorite performers at the festival. Some of the performers include Sam Roberts, Jann Arden, Tom Cochrane, Chantal Kreviazuk, and many more. In 2012 the festival added the original Monster rock Orchestra Show with a set that had water fall back drops and a laser light show that was synchronized with the orchestra. *The event does not fail to attract children's favourites Max n Ruby (Max and Ruby), Backyardigans, Barney (Barney the Dinosaur), Dora the Explorer, Babar the Elephant, and Shrek *Aside from entertainment performances, the event includes educational programs focused on the topics of endangered species, health and wellness, and conservation (Conservation (ethic)). *Port Credit has attractions ranging in areas of interest for adults and for children. All in all it is a destination that attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists each year due to its beauty and uniqueness of being a small town in a large city. The tourist attractions might be small, but they have the potential to boom real estate, as well as increase investment in the area. *Port Credit has over 225 kilometers of scenic walkways and trails that accentuate the beauty of the city. Transportation Port Credit started as a shipping centre in 1834 with harbour improvements paid for by the government. In 1855 a branch of the Great Western Railway was added. Lakeshore Road, formerly Highway 2 (Highway 2 (Ontario)), runs along the lake and Hurontario Street, formerly Highway 10 (Highway 10 (Ontario)), runs northwest to downtown Mississauga and Brampton. Port Credit had access to the nearby Queen Elizabeth Way from the upgrading of the old Middle Road from Highway 27 to Highway 10 to a divided highway in 1931. Over the years the railway has expanded to three tracks; its prime importance to Port Credit is the GO Train service carrying residents to and from Toronto. The majority of the residences are within walking distance of the Port Credit GO Station just north of the intersection of Lakeshore and Hurontario Street. This is a transportation hub of Southern Mississauga, linking both the city's bus system (Mississauga Transit) and GO Transit. Notable people Port Credit was the birthplace or home of: *Anthony Adamson, architect, educator, descendant of the Adamson family (Adamson Estate) *Jill Barber, musician *Matthew Barber, musician *Don Biederman, former NASCAR Grand National (Sprint Cup Series) race car driver *Greg Gilbert, professional ice hockey player *Dave Hilton, Jr., professional boxer (boxing) *Karla Homolka serial killer *Bob Kelly (Bob Kelly (ice hockey, born 1950)), professional ice hockey player *Winnie Leuszler, first Canadian to swim the English Channel *Larry Patey professional ice hockey player *Christian Potenza, actor *Kyle Schmid, actor *Matt Stajan, professional ice hockey player *Michael Young (Michael Young (bobsleigh)), Olympic (Olympic Games) bobsled (Bobsleigh)der References ;Bibliography * DATE OF BIRTH November 12, 1910 PLACE OF BIRTH Port Credit (Port Credit, Ontario), ON (Ontario), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH July 19, 1992 planning and dreaming. Out of that meeting came such results as the formation of a Canadian Executive Board to manage distinctly Canadian matters, the launching of the ''Canadian Free Methodist Herald'', and the establishment of Lorne Park College near Port Credit, Ontario. The passing of a Federal Act of Incorporation in 1927 was also largely traceable to the All Canada Conference in Sarnia. In 1940, Aldersgate College was founded in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, another result of the vision generated at the All Canada Conference. The '''Adamson Estate''', which forms the eastern boundary of Port Credit, Ontario, was purchased from the family of Agar Adamson by the City of Mississauga, Ontarioin 1974 upon the urging of the local ratepayers group known as Project H21 after a proposed real estate development which would have changed the character of the neighbourhood. It is now a public park on the Waterfront Trail . The '''Lakeview Generating Station''' was an Ontario Power Generation coal-burning station located in Lakeview (Lakeview, Mississauga), a community just east of Port Credit (Port Credit, Ontario), in Mississauga (Mississauga, Ontario), Ontario, Canada. The former station was located just east of Lakeshore Road and Cawthra Road. The four stacks of the station were known as the Four Sisters, because the generating plant actually had eight boilers and two boilers were 'sistered' to a common stack. The station was a landmark for years and was shut down in April, 2005. The four stacks, which could be seen from as far away as Burlington (Burlington, Ontario) to the west and downtown Toronto to the east, were demolished on June 12, 2006. The rest of the building was demolished on June 28, 2007. Barber was born and grew up in Port Credit (Port Credit, Ontario), which is part of Mississauga, Ontario, just west of Toronto, attending Lorne Park Secondary School before moving to Kingston, Ontario to attend Queen's University, where he volunteered at campus radio station CFRC-FM and performed at campus pubs. Matthew Barber: Rawly Melancholic Songwriter Experiences a Major Growth Spurt, ''NOW (NOW (magazine))'' cover story by Sarah Liss, July 17, 2003 While at Queen's, he released his debut album ''A Thousand Smiles An Hour...'' independently (independent record label) in 1999. DATE OF BIRTH January 10, 1977 PLACE OF BIRTH Port Credit (Port Credit, Ontario), Ontario, Canada DATE OF DEATH ! 39 The 39th session of Ontario Youth Parliament was canceled. 2007 Port Credit (Port Credit, Ontario) First United Church Addiction Laura Gideon Brantford Trevor Walker London (London, Ontario) -
Mexican Sprinters are built in one of Mercedes-Benz Mexico's three factories in either Santiago Tianguistenco, Monterrey, and Mexico City and are branded as Mercedes-Benz, Mercedes-Benz-Valdez (Mercedes-Benz Mexico) or Mercedes-Xicotencatl (Mercedes-Benz Mexico) depending on which factory they were made in and what specific model they are. Mexican Sprinters feature heavier transmissions and can be fitted with a V-12 engine from the Mercedes S-Class for police and heavy duties. Mercedes-Benz Mexico offers a lengthened Sprinter not sold in other markets with the V-12 engine badged as the Sprinter-E (E for Special "Especial"). The Sprinter E is used mainly for police duties but is commonly used in other roles as well. Mexican built Sprinters have redesigned interiors from the German models and come in the wood paneled luxury trim standard. Between 2006 and 2010 the Sprinter has been the most popular van in Mexico. body_style 4-door coupé fastback assembly Sindelfingen, Germany Santiago Tianguistenco, Mexico engine 3.5 L V6 5.0 L V8 5.5 L V8 6.2 L V8 (Mercedes-Benz M156 engine) 3.0 L V6 Diesel image 250px 2006-2008 Mercedes-Benz SL 350 (R230; Australia) (File:2006-2008 Mercedes-Benz SL 350 (R230) roadster (2011-01-12) 01.jpg) production Bremen, Germany Santiago Tianguistenco, Mexico manufacturer Mercedes-Benz
outfits and wood masks who dance in the streets accompanied by live or recorded music. These are known as the “Huehues of Pahuatlán.” The municipality supports the annual event in several ways including workshops for the making and improving of costumes and masks.
, The Promotion Committee of the town of Streetsville held the first Bread and Honey Festival. This was an acknowledgement to the town's history and its involvement with milling as Kraft Canada and ADM Milling Ltd had well-established flourmills in the area. The festival was an astounding success, which led to the Bread and Honey festival becoming an annual event being held on the first weekend of June. In 1974, it was incorporated, with Sam McCallion as Charter President.
of visitors from outside the area. It was the 100th anniversary of the Carnegie Centre. The festival was made an annual event during the years 2005 to 2008. The Crab Park Festival is an annual, volunteer run, outdoor concert that's been held every 1 July since 1984 at Crab Park at Portside. The festival features Vancouver acts, provides food and beverages for residents of the Downtown Eastside, and creates awareness in keeping Crab Park a greenspace for the people in the neighbourhood. Annual Crab Park Festival – Straight.com The Japanese Festival, known as the Powell Street Festival, is held each summer in Oppenheimer Park, and at the Japanese Language school nearby. In 2008, the 32nd annual Powell Street Festival was relocated temporarily to Woodland Park, 700 Woodland Drive ( 2 & 3 August 2008). The Jazz Festival also comes to the area in early summer each year, with both renowned and local performers. Gastown is a hotbed of activity and music during this time. Contemporary dancers perform annually at the Dancing on the Edge Festival. Every Labour Day since 2004, a volunteer-run outdoor concert featuring Vancouver bands has been held in Victory Square (Victory Square, Vancouver) Park. The Victory Square Block Party raises money for charities in the DTES. City Opera of Vancouver has produced numerous events in the DTES since 2006. All have been free to the residents and general public, and have included recitals, concerts, and lecture-demonstrations. These have been given at numerous DTES venues, including the Carnegie Centre, the Pantages Theatre (Pantages Theatre (Vancouver)), Jacob's Well, the Evelyne Saller Centre, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, the Interurban Gallery, Building Opportunities with Business, 319 Main, the Strathcona Community Centre, both years of the Fearless Festival at Pigeon Park, and both years of the Homeground Festival at Oppenheimer Park. Several have been videotaped for re-broadcast on Fearless Television over Shaw TV Vancouver. The Women's Memorial March is held annually in the district on Valentine's Day, to call attention to missing and murdered women. As of 2009, an estimated 39 women were missing from the Downtown Eastside. Robert Pickton (w:Robert Pickton), one of Canada's most profilic serial killer (w:serial killer)s, has been found guilty of all six counts of second-degree murder (w:murder) in connection of the deaths of women from the Downtown Eastide (w:Downtown Eastside) in Vancouver (w:Vancouver).
where the Aztecs built a garrison to keep the rebellious Chontal (Tequistlatecan)es in line, in Quauhquechollan (modern day Huauquechula) near Atlixco where the Aztecs built a garrison in order to always have forces close to their traditional enemies the Tlaxcalteca (Tlaxcala (Nahua state)), Chololteca (Cholula) and Huexotzinca, and in Malinalco near Toluca. The latter is where Ahuitzotl built garrisons and fortifications to keep watch over the Matlatzinca, Mazahua and Otomi (Otomi people)es and to always have troops close to the enemy