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Rogers Park, Chicago

Carroll'' on Green Linnet; both tunes are collected in her 2010 book ''Collected''. Singer songwriter Justin Townes Earle included a song called 'Rogers Park' on his highly acclaimed album Harlem River Blues in 2010. When the Norman Lear sitcom, Good Times, came to its close in 1979, its central characters—The Evans Family—finally planned a move out of the Cabrini Green


groves near a local pond. Notable people from Garia * Ashapurna Devi, legendary and highly acclaimed novelist and poet * Dr. Pabitra Sarkar, eminent educationalist, Ex-VC Rabindrabharati University * Anurag Basu, Bollywood film director * Kaushik Ganguly


; ref The city specializes in cooking a type of okra meal, known as ''bamya bi-l zayt'' ("okra with olive oil"). Wright, 2003, p. 182. Homs has an array of restaurants, some of the most highly acclaimed are those within the Safir Hotel: Mamma Mia and Mersia. The former specializes in Italian cuisine, while the latter serves Arabic food (Arab cuisine). For the local population, popular restaurants include Prince Restaurant which acts as a type


. In 1987, American singer Tina Turner recorded two tracks, which later appeared on her 1989 album Foreign Affair, whilst in the city as part of her highly acclaimed Break Every Rule World Tour. Yekaterinburg also has a circus (Yekaterinburg Circus) building, and one of the tallest incomplete architectural structures in the world, the Yekaterinburg TV Tower. There are also a number of unusual monuments: e. g. a popular landmark Keyboard monument and a monument to Michael Jackson

Saint John, New Brunswick

downtown (locally known as uptown) with many small businesses moving in and large scale waterfront developments underway such as the Fundy Quay being condo, hotel, office space along with the Saint John Law Courts and Three Sisters Harbour front condos. The Arts & Culture sector play a large role in Saint John's economy. The Imperial Theatre is home to the highly acclaimed Saint John Theatre Company, and the Symphony New Brunswick and hosts a large collection of plays, concerts and other stage

Tallahassee, Florida

for their environmentally focused paintings, they are especially renowned for an innovative collaboration called, "A Mysterious Clarity". The highly acclaimed exhibition debuted in 2004, and by popular demand, has traveled to at least nine different museums and galleries from Houston to Miami.


zone. work publisher New York Times date July 24, 1999 accessdate 2007-04-01 Bowles arranged for Yacoubi's first exhibition at the Gallimard Agency bookshop on the Boulevard Pasteur in Tangier. His art was highly acclaimed and 28 works were sold. Further exhibitions were held at the Galerie Clan in Madrid and the Betty Parsons Gallery in New Yorkin 1952. Francis Bacon (Francis Bacon (painter)), introduced him to working in oil paint, arranged


. The band played a series of sold-out concerts in Washington D.C., Atlantic City (Atlantic City, New Jersey), Boston, and New York. Later they played a series of highly acclaimed and sold-out gigs during mid-October 2006 in San Francisco, Las Vegas (Las Vegas Valley), and Los Angeles, and toured Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, London, Dublin, and Nottingham in mid-December 2006. They began a second U.S. tour in March 2007, once again to coincide (and conclude

a successful three-month run in the West End (West End theatre), Barnes adapted the play for the 1972 film of the same name, which featured a highly acclaimed performance by Peter O'Toole. Early life Not a great deal of detail is known about Thomas Helwys’ early life. He was the second son of Edmund and Margaret Helwys who were descendants of an old Norman family which had significant holdings in Lincoln (Lincoln, Lincolnshire), Northampton, Nottingham, and York. Edmund had sold his land in Lincolnshire and Northhamptonshire and had taken a lease on Broxtowe Hall in Bilborough parish. In 1590 when his father died, Thomas Helwys assumed control of the estate, but in 1593, left the care of the estate in the hands of his father's friends and began studies in law at Gray's Inn, one of the four Inns of Court in London. The first car was produced in 1898 and was a three-wheeled tricar with the first conventional four-wheeled car appearing in 1901. The company had factories in Beeston (Beeston, Nottinghamshire) near Nottingham and Coventry. The Beeston factory produced a more expensive range known as Beeston-Humbers but the factory closed in 1908 after financial problems. Before the First World War a wide range of models were produced from the 600 cc Humberette to several 6-cylinder 6-litre models. In 1913 Humber was the second largest manufacturer of cars in the United Kingdom. The Humber Motor Works in Coventry still survive - a rare thing as the majority of the city was destroyed in the November 1940 air raid (Coventry Blitz). death_date 11 September 1975 birth_place Nottingham, Nottinghamshire death_place Leeds, West Yorkshire DATE OF BIRTH 21 April 1915 PLACE OF BIRTH Nottingham, Nottinghamshire DATE OF DEATH 11 September 1975 thumb Normandy, c. 1823. (Image:Richard Parkes Bonington 005.jpg) Richard Parkes Bonington was born in the town of Arnold (Arnold, Nottinghamshire), 4 miles from Nottingham in England. His father was successively a gaoler, a drawing master and lace-maker, and his mother a teacher. Bonington learned watercolour painting from his father and exhibited paintings at the Liverpool Academy (Liverpool Academy of Arts) at age 11. '''Albert Ball''' VC (Victoria Cross), DSO (Distinguished Service Order) & Two Bars (Medal bar), MC (Military Cross) (14 August 1896 – 7 May 1917) was an English fighter pilot of the First World War and a recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest decoration for gallantry "in the face of the enemy" that can be awarded to members of the British (United Kingdom) or Commonwealth (Commonwealth of Nations) armed forces. At the time of his death he was, with forty-four victories, the United Kingdom's leading flying ace, and remained its fourth-highest scorer behind Edward Mannock (Mick Mannock), James McCudden, and George McElroy. Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Nottinghamshire Nottingham Commons:Category:Nottingham

Jackson, Mississippi

as a National Historic Landmark. thumb Standard Life Building, downtown Jackson. (File:Standard Life Building Jackson MS.jpg) Richard Wright (Richard Wright (author)), a highly acclaimed African-American author, lived in Jackson as an adolescent and young man in the 1910s and 1920s. He related his experience in his memoir ''Black Boy'' (1945). He described the harsh and largely terror-filled life most African Americans experienced in the South and northern ghettos such as Chicago under

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