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Rogers Park, Chicago

Sheridan Corridor.JPG thumb North Sheridan corridor by Loyola University Rogers Park has four elevated ("L") Red Line (Red Line (Chicago Transit Authority)) stations: Howard (Howard (CTA)), Jarvis (Jarvis (CTA)), Morse (Morse (CTA)), and Loyola (Loyola (CTA)). RTA Trip Planner http: The Howard Street "L" station, the northernmost Chicago Transit Authority rail stop in the city proper, experienced major renovation

Congress Michigan Avenue), #151 (Sheridan Road) and #201 (Central Ridge in Evanston to Old Orchard Mall in Skokie). There are also two buses that come from the north end of downtown down south Rogers Park on Devon, the #36 (Devon Clark Broadway) and the #55 (Devon Kedzie Morse Red Line) The Metra commuter railroad Rogers Park (Rogers Park (Metra)) station, at the intersection of Lunt and Ravenswood Avenues, is centrally

pies (Pie#Savoury_pies) to organic offerings. http: nf 2 104 37148 Chicago Bridgeport Organic-Restaurants http: Chicago-Magazine May-2011 Pleasant-House-Bakery-Brings-Savory-Pies-to-Chicago The '''Red Line''' is a heavy rail line in Chicago (Chicago, Illinois), run by the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) as part of the Chicago 'L' system. It is CTA's busiest rail line, serving an average of 248,145

Uptown, Chicago

of Uptown, Chicago, looking northeast History The historical, cultural, and commercial center of Uptown is Broadway (Broadway Street (Chicago)), with Uptown Square at the center. In 1900, the Northwestern Elevated Railroad constructed its terminal near Montrose and Broadway (now part of the CTA (Chicago Transit Authority) Red Line (Red Line (Chicago Transit Authority))). Uptown became a summer resort town for downtown dwellers, and derived its name from the Uptown Store

attractions tourism hutchinson_street.html It is in sharp contrast to the skyscrapers that populate the area around it. It can be accessed from the Sheridan (Sheridan (CTA station)) stop on the CTA's Red Line. Robert A. Waller developed Buena Park starting in 1887 by subdividing his property. The site of the original Waller home now holds St. Mary of the Lake church (built in 1917). Buena Park pre-dates the remainder of Uptown by a number of years. Buena Park is also home to one of the most active neighborhood organizations in Chicago: Buena Park Neighbors. Chicago Tribune, Buena Park: Tucked away next to everything, August 21, 2009. "The Delectable Ballad of the Waller Lot" by Chicago poet Eugene Field: ''Up yonder in Buena Park'' ''There is a famous spot,'' ''In legend and in history'' ''(Known as) the Waller lot.'' Sheridan Park thumb A Victorian house in the Sheridan Park Historic District (File:Uptown Victorian.jpg) Sheridan Park is a neighborhood bounded by Lawrence Avenue on the north, Clark on the west, Montrose on the south and Broadway on the east. It is mostly residential, containing six-flats, single family homes, and courtyard apartment buildings. There is a growing business district along Wilson Avenue, which bisects Sheridan Park from Broadway to Clark. Truman College, one of the City Colleges of Chicago, is also located in Sheridan Park. The neighborhood can be accessed from either the Wilson (Wilson (CTA)) or Lawrence (Lawrence (CTA)) stop on the CTA's Red Line (Red Line (Chicago Transit Authority)). In 1985, the Sheridan Park Historic District (a National Landmark District) was established to protect the unique single family and smaller multi-family architecture of the area. Some structures of Uptown Square were also added as contributing structures. In 2007, the Sheridan Park area along Dover Street was also registered as an historic district. Many of the homes along Dover are large single family homes from the early 1900s. Little Vietnam Due to budget constraints Chicago eliminated the traditional July 3 fireworks in Grant Park, instead opting for a down-scaled fireworks displays in three different locations in Chicago on the 4th of July, the north side display will now be held at Montrose Beach every year. http: b 2010 06 29 4th-of-july-fireworks-in-chicago.htm

Koreatown, Los Angeles

* Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA) is a community organization that has organized the community on behalf of significant social change Transportation thumb 250px left Train at the Wilshire-Western station in Koreatown (File:Purple Line train on Wilshire-Western line.jpg) Metro (Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority) operates two subway lines - the Red Line (Red Line (Los Angeles Metro)), which runs

district. Up to this point, track is shared with the Metro Purple Line (Purple Line (Los Angeles Metro)): at Wilshire Vermont, the two lines diverge. From here, the Red Line travels north along Vermont, and then west along Hollywood Boulevard, traveling through Koreatown (Koreatown, Los Angeles) and Hollywood (Hollywood, Los Angeles). Finally, the line turns northwest and crosses into the San Fernando Valley, where it terminates in North Hollywood, California North

;ref name TheUnsinkableRoz *Wilshire Center Koreatown (Koreatown, Los Angeles) (connects with the Metro Red Line (Red Line (Los Angeles Metro)), Metro Purple Line (Purple Line (Los Angeles Metro)) ) Route The Purple Line begins at Union Station and travels southwest through Downtown Los Angeles, passing the Civic Center, Pershing Square (near the Historic Core) and the Financial District. At , travelers can connect to the Blue

Rockville, Maryland

), The University of Maryland University College (main campus is in Adelphi, Maryland), The Johns Hopkins University Montgomery County Campus (main campus is in Baltimore, Maryland), and the Universities at Shady Grove, a collaboration of nine Maryland public degree-granting institutions, all have Rockville addresses, but are outside the city limits. Infrastructure Transportation The Red Line (Red Line (Washington Metro)) of the Washington Metro rail system services the Rockville station and the Twinbrook station. The Rockville station is located at Hungerford Drive near Park Road. The Twinbrook station is located near Rockville Pike and Halpine Road with entrances on Chapman Avenue. At the same location as the Rockville metro station is Rockville Station on the Brunswick Line of the MARC commuter rail system, which runs to and from Washington, DC. Amtrak, the national passenger rail system, provides intercity train service to Rockville. The city's passenger rail station is located at 251 Hungerford Drive (at Park Road), ZIP code 20850; this is also the location of the MARC station described above. * '''Amtrak Train 29''', the westbound Capitol Limited (Capitol Limited (Amtrak)), is scheduled to depart Rockville daily with service to Pittsburgh and overnight service to Chicago. * '''Amtrak Train 30''', the eastbound Capitol Limited, is scheduled to depart Rockville at 12:30pm on its return to Washington Union Station. Sister cities Rockville has one sister city: * Personal Poindexter was born to John Poindexter in Pasadena, California, and grew up in Rockville, Maryland, which he considers to be his hometown. He is married to the former Lisa A. Pfeiffer of Gulf Breeze, Florida. They have two children. His recreational interests include motorcycling, running, weight lifting, water skiing, boating, hunting, and fishing.

Lake View, Chicago

- Chicago's Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center Parking thumb right Addison Station at Wrigley Field is served by Red Line trains. (Image:Gerald Farinas Addison CTA.jpg) Automobile parking is at a premium in Lake View, especially during special events such as Chicago Cubs home games at Wrigley Field. Special residential parking permits are required for parking on some Lake View streets; in commercial areas

transportation needs are met by the Chicago Transit Authority, which provides resident and visitor access to the Red Line (Red Line (Chicago Transit Authority)), Purple Line (Purple Line (Chicago Transit Authority)) and Brown Line (Brown Line (Chicago Transit Authority)) services of the Chicago Elevated (Chicago 'L') railway rapid transit. The two major Lake View rapid-transit hubs are Addison Station (Addison (CTA Red Line)) and Belmont (CTA Brown Line) Belmont Station

Gaithersburg, Maryland

to the Washington Metro via Shady Grove station (Shady Grove (Washington Metro)), which is located just outside the city limits and is the north-western terminus of the Red Line (Red Line (Washington Metro)). The Corridor Cities Transitway is a proposed bus rapid transit line that would have 8 stops in Gaithersburg, generally in the western half of the city. Maryland's MARC (MARC Train) system operates commuter rail services connecting Gaithersburg to Washington, D.C. with two stations

"cross-town" connecting nodes in Montgomery and Prince George's Counties near the Beltway (Washington Beltway); and the Corridor Cities Transitway would provide an extension of the Red Line (Red Line (Washington Metro)) corridor from Gaithersburg (Gaithersburg, Maryland) to Germantown (Germantown, Maryland) and beyond. Rockville, along with neighboring Gaithersburg (Gaithersburg, Maryland) and Bethesda (Bethesda, Maryland), is at the core of the Interstate 270

''') is a and the road narrowing to four lanes before it reaches an intersection with Maryland Route 118 (Germantown Road). From here, the road passes more homes and a shopping center prior to crossing Maryland Route 27 (Ridge Road). According to the United States Geological Survey (w:United States Geological Survey), the tremor occurred 05:04 a.m. local time, at a depth of 5 kilometers (3.1 miles). The epicenter was located 2 kilometers at the southeast of Germantown (w:Germantown, Maryland), Maryland (w:Maryland); 4 kilometers at the northwest of Gaithersburg (w:Gaithersburg, Maryland), Maryland; 5 kilometers at the southwest of Montgomery Village (w:Montgomery Village, Maryland), Maryland; 34 kilometers at the northwest of Arlington (w:Arlington, Virginia), Virginia (w:Virginia); and 35 kilometers at the northwest of Washington, D.C.




Beaverton, Oregon

She worked in the Beaverton, Oregon branch of the Hooters chain of restaurants. ''The Girls Next Door'' Season 3 episode broadcast May 6, 2007 '''New Seasons Market''' is a chain of privately-owned neighborhood grocers operating in the Portland (Portland, Oregon) Metro area (metropolitan Area) of Oregon and Washington (Washington (U.S. state)). Founded by three families and 50 of their friends in 1999, the chain currently operates ten stores in Portland, Hillsboro (Hillsboro, Oregon), Beaverton (Beaverton, Oregon), Happy Valley (Happy Valley, Oregon), Vancouver (Vancouver, Washington), and Lake Oswego (Lake Oswego, Oregon) with a new store under construction in Beaverton's Progress Ridge neighborhood. Many of the products offered are organic (organic food) and produced locally in the Pacific Northwest. The stores differ from most grocers by offering natural and conventional products side by side.

Chinatown, Los Angeles

; ''Los Angeles Times'' '''Broadway''' is a major thoroughfare in Los Angeles, California (Los Angeles), that runs from Lincoln Heights (Lincoln Heights, Los Angeles) on the Eastside (East Los Angeles (region)), through Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles), passing through Central Plaza and the Dragon Gate, the Los Angeles Civic Center (Civic Center, Los Angeles), passing the ''Los Angeles Times'' building at First Street (1st Street (Los Angeles)), and Broadway's historic commercial district and theatre district (Broadway Theater and Commercial District) in Downtown Los Angeles. Wilbur and his father, David Kitman Woo, began a produce business in a spot at the Ninth Street Market vacated by a Japanese man who was interned during the Second World War (Japanese American internment). After arriving in the United States, Beth Woo became the bookkeeper for the family business. In the 1960s, Wilbur Woo and friends chartered Cathay Bank. the first bank in Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles). He studied banking and later became a vice-president of the organization. Gary Libman, "Woo Family's Road to Success Long and Not Always Smooth," ''Los Angeles Times,'' August 5, 1985, page E-1 '''Redistricting.''' After several attempts at redrawing councilmanic districts in accordance with a U.S. court order to provide for increased Latino representation, the City Council in 1986 adopted a plan that stripped Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles), Echo Park (Echo Park, Los Angeles) and adjoining areas from Woo's 13th District but maintained his power base in Hollywood and Silver Lake (Silver Lake, Los Angeles) and also cut north into Studio City. Larry Gordon, "Voters Scramble to Make Sense of New Districts," ''Los Angeles Times,'' September 18, 1986, page GD-1 With map. In the United States, '''Aji Ichiban USA ''' was founded in 2000 as an exclusive franchise and they have stores in New York City (New York, New York), in Chinatown around Manhattan and Queens, as well as in the Chinatowns in Boston, San Jose (San Jose, California), Chicago, Los Angeles (specifically LA Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles), San Gabriel (San Gabriel, California) and Monterey Park (Monterey Park, California)), and Rockville, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, DC. Many Chinese political leaders have paid visits to these stores. There was a store in Richardson, TX but it closed shortly after opening. History Cathay Bank first opened in 1962 in Los Angeles' Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles) as the first Chinese-American bank in California. In 1979 it opened its first branch office in Monterey Park (Monterey Park, California). Its first overseas representative office in Hong Kong was opened in 1985. '''Huy Fong Foods''' (滙豐食品公司) is a hot sauce company based in Rosemead, California. "Contact Us." Huy Fong Foods. Retrieved on February 26, 2010. Beginning in 1980 on Spring Street in Los Angeles's Chinatown (Chinatown, Los Angeles), with an initial investment of US$50,000 in family savings after being turned down by a bank for a US$200,000 loan, it has grown to become one of the leaders in the Asian (Asian cuisine) hot sauce market, especially Sriracha sauce. Statehood Located on the coastal plains surrounding the Los Angeles River, the town became a cattle ranching center, expanding on the role during the California Gold Rush. It was the center for the Alta California ranchos (ranchos of California) in the surrounding regions, further developing shipping ability from San Pedro Bay. In the latter 19th century the development of Los Angeles shifted the business district and cultural center of town to the south, present day Downtown Los Angeles, leaving the Pueblo district to decline, and by 1900 it was a less favored area, with the Chinatown district (Chinatown, Los Angeles) and other ethnic "ghettos", and the blight of new railroad adjacent industrial areas.

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