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Willimantic, Connecticut

Theater Performing Arts High School * Charles H. Barrows STEM fields Academy * Natchaug School * North Windham School * Windham Center School * W.B. Sweeney School * St. Mary-St Joseph School In this college town are located Eastern Connecticut State University as well as the downtown campus of Quinebaug Valley Community College. Appearances in pop culture A 2003 ''60 Minutes'' story, featuring reporter Dan Rather, focused on Willimantic due to the use of heroin


) (Edirne Lisesi in Turkish) * Edirne Ilhami Ertem High School(Edirne İlhami Ertem Lİsesi in Turkish) * Edirne Industrial Vocational High School (Edirne Endüstri Meslek Lisesi in Turkish) * Edirne Milli Piyango Trade Profession High School( Edirne Milli Piyango Ticaret Meslek Lisesi) * Edirne Suleyman Demirel Science & Maths High School (Edirne Fen Lisesi in Turkish) * Edirne Yildirim Anatolian High School (Edirne Anadolu Lisesi - Yıldırım Anadolu Lisesi in Turkish) *Edirne Fine Arts High School

Bakersfield, California

in a shootout with desperado Jim McKinney in 1903. Tibbett grew up in Los Angeles, earning money by singing in church choirs and at funerals. He graduated from Manual Arts High School in 1915. A year later he met his future wife, Grace Mackay Smith, who rented a room in his mother's house. Mobile ''Times Register''. During World War I he served in the Merchant Marine, after which he found employment singing as prologue to silent movies at the Grauman (Sid Grauman) "Million Dollar (Million Dollar Theater)" Theater in downtown Los Angeles. . Although born in San Diego (San Diego, California), his family was original from Bakersfield (Bakersfield, California) and moved back soon after he was born. Stiern attended Bakersfield College, then continued on to Washington State University where he received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine. He returned to Bakersfield and set up a veterinary practice catering to the local agricultural community, taking a temporary leave to serve in World War II. '''Memorial Stadium''' is a double-decked concrete and steel stadium in northeast Bakersfield, California, near the Panorama Bluffs. It features a fast Bermuda grass football field with a high-centered crown and an all-weather track. Located at the corner of University Avenue and Mount Vernon Avenue on the campus of Bakersfield College (BC), it is primarily used for American football, and is the home field of the B.C. Renegades. The stadium holds roughly 20,000 people and was built in 1955. It is named to honor the war dead of World War I and World War II. A plaque at the finish line commemorates its dedication. Personal life Born in Bakersfield, California on July 18, 1970, and raised in Michoacán, Mexico, he is the son and grandson of migrant farmworkers, both parents now deceased. His extended family migrated back to California in 1980 and returned to Mexico in 1992. González remained alone in the U.S. to complete his education. Details of his troubled childhood in Michoacán and his difficult adolescence as an immigrant in California are the basis for his coming of age memoir ''Butterfly Boy: Memories of a Chicano Mariposa.'' He was born in Durant, Oklahoma in 1935. His family migrated to California along a path similar to many "Bakersfield Okies", first moving to Chandler, Arizona in 1938, and two years later in Bakersfield, California. Semie’s mother worked in a dry cleaner’s shop, his father with the Southern Pacific Railroad (Southern Pacific Transportation Company). Price, Robert, "The Man Behind the Mosrite" (archived 2008 copy), ''The Bakersfield Californian''. Has biographical notes on Semie Moseley. Businessman In 1985, he purchased a Cadillac dealership in Bakersfield, California at age 22, becoming the youngest GM dealer ever. Tim Keenan; June 2001; Ward's Dealer Business , Retrieved January 10, 2007 Valley Flyer The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway established a special passenger train, dubbed the ''Valley Flyer'', specifically to shuttle passengers between Bakersfield (Bakersfield, California) and Oakland (Oakland, California) during the exposition. The Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad (Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad), Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad, and the Western Pacific Railroad launched a jointly operated train called the Exposition Flyer between Chicago and Oakland. The Exposition Flyer was named for the Golden Gate International Exposition.


by reading the Sunday comics. His family moved to Los Angeles, California, when he was eight years old. He first studied art formally in Manual Arts High School in Los Angeles, California. ''Catch-22'' has become renowned for its role in saving the B-25 Mitchell aircraft type from a possible extinction. Farmer 1972, pp. 20–21. The film's budget could only accommodate 17 flyable B-25 Mitchells, and an additional non-flyable hulk was acquired in Mexico, made barely ferry-able and flown with landing gear down to the Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico filming location. Tallman 2008, p. 15 (Editor's Note). The aircraft was burned and destroyed as part of the landing crash scene. The wreck was then buried in the ground next to the runway, where it remains to this day. Thompson 1980, p. 75. Although the National Hurricane Center noted that landfall would not occur until September 6,


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, and went on to attend New York City's Performing Arts High School. She graduated from Harvard University and Sarah Lawrence College. She eventually met Frank Cantor and married him. The couple founded CANTOMEDIA, a film and media production company, which has won numerous awards for excellence in documentaries. Santiago currently lives in Westchester County, New York (Westchester County) with her husband. A stocky bird, this forest crow is now found principally on the large

. After Vidal finished her elementary education, she auditioned and was accepted in the High School of Performing Arts (Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts). When she graduated, Vidal went to work with La Familia Theater Company, alongside Raul Julia and Julia Roberts. Vidal was 14 years old when she acted in the theater series ''Oye Willie'' and later on made her feature debut with a small role in ''Delivery Boys''. Soon, she was working in T.V. with parts in shows such as ''The Cosby Show''. The Sequoia is the largest SUV currently sold under the Toyota name. Both the Sequoia and Land Cruiser seat eight passengers, however the Sequoia is slightly larger than the Land Cruiser, with partially larger leg room for the third row, and more cargo space behind the third row. Another difference is that the Sequoia is available in 2WD and its 4WD system is not the permanent 4WD system like the one featured on the Land Cruiser. Lastly the Land Cruiser is more luxurious and upmarket, being the basis (Badge engineering) for the Lexus LX. As of 2011, the Sequoia is sold exclusively in the United States, Bolivia, Canada, Chile, Mexico, Puerto Rico and the Middle East. Commons:Category:Puerto Rico WikiPedia:Puerto Rico Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Puerto Rico


for the Arts''' ('''CCAA''') is a Catholic (Roman Catholic Church) arts high school located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In the 1980s, the Salvadoran civil war forced a Salvadoran migration to other countries, mainly the United States (Salvadoran American). Therefore, pupusas became available outside the country wherever a Salvadoran community was found. In the US, immigrants have brought the dish to Florida, Colorado, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Texas, New York

of the Arts TDSB School Profile" It has been publicized in ''Maclean's'', ''The Toronto Star'' and in a national newspaper, ''The Globe and Mail''. In the September 2006 issue of the Toronto arts magazine ''Toronto Life'', ESA was named Toronto's best arts high school. Balkissoon, Denise. "The Best Schools. Best for Arts: Etobicoke School of the Arts." ''Toronto Life'' September 2006: 55. This is in addition to being the feature

School Profile" It has been publicized in ''Maclean's'', ''The Toronto Star'' and in a national newspaper, ''The Globe and Mail''. In the September 2006 issue of the Toronto arts magazine ''Toronto Life'', ESA was named Toronto's best arts high school. Balkissoon, Denise. "The Best Schools. Best for Arts: Etobicoke School of the Arts." ''Toronto Life'' September 2006: 55. This is in addition to being the feature of CTV

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instrumental in convincing Rick to apply and try out for the High School of the Performing Arts (Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts), on which ''Fame (Fame (1980 film))'' was based, in Manhattan. He did as suggested and was accepted. In 1997, he graduated and began to pursue a career in acting. From Brooklyn WikiPedia:Dominican Republic Dmoz:Regional Caribbean Dominican Republic commons:República Dominicana

Portland, Oregon

and performing arts high school located in Portland, Oregon, United States. '''Michael James Wahle''' ( ; born March 29, 1977 in Portland, Oregon) is a former American football guard (Guard (American football)) of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in the second round of the 1998 NFL Supplemental Draft (NFL Draft#Supplemental Draft). He played college football at Navy Midshipmen football Navy


airport in Africa. The airport is named after the first Kenyan prime minister and president Jomo Kenyatta. Her native language is English, though she also speaks French. She spent some of her early childhood in Kenya with her mother, but after several bouts with malaria returned to Montreal, where she attended M.I.N.D. High School, a performing arts high school, and then Concordia University (Montreal) Concordia University

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