Baltimore

What is Baltimore known for?


powerful radio

division of the ESO since June 2008. He has been a member of the International Astronomical Union since 1994. Padovani worked with Meg Urry in the mid 1990s in the field of radio quasars and powerful radio galaxies.


acting+poetry

, where he studied acting, poetry, jazz, and ballet. He performed in Shakespeare plays (Shakespeare's plays), and in the role of the Mouse King in ''The Nutcracker''. Shakur, accompanied by one of his friends, Dana "Mouse" Smith, as his beatbox, won most of the many rap competitions that he participated in and was considered to be the best rapper in his school. Commons:Category:Baltimore WikiPedia:Baltimore Dmoz:Regional North America United States Maryland Localities B Baltimore


metal acts

albums and a split album with Bethzaida. In 2005, they completed recordings for an album titled ''The Conductor's Departure'', released in June 2006 on Earache Records Wicked World Records. Anata have toured Europe with death metal acts such as Dismember (Dismember (band)), Decapitated (Decapitated (band)), Rotting Christ, and Psycroptic. In 2006 Anata played at Maryland Deathfest, Baltimore, their first United States appearance to date. Anata have also performed at festivals in Europe such as Fuck the Commerce, Neurotic Deathfest, and Gothenburg Deathfest. :''For the historic house at 811 W. Lanvale Street, see Upton (Baltimore, Maryland)'' '''Upton''' is a neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It is located roughly between Freemont Avenue and McCulloh Street, extending from Dolphin Street to Bloom Street. Its principal thoroughfare is Pennsylvania Avenue (Pennsylvania Avenue (Baltimore)). In 1995, he announced that Cincinnati had breached (breach of contract) its lease agreement when it was late by one week in paying $167,000 in concession (Concession (contract)) receipts. http: www.ca6.uscourts.gov opinions.pdf 07a0229p-06.pdf He threatened to move the team to Baltimore if Cincinnati or Hamilton County would not fund a new stadium. 1995, June 25, Bengals set ultimatum, ''The Washington Post'', p. D05 The leverage (Leverage (negotiation)) of this threat proved successful as Cincinnati’s City Council and the Hamilton County Commissioners opted to fund the new Paul Brown Stadium with a proposed county sales tax increase, which needed voter approval. In 1996, Hamilton County (Hamilton County, Ohio) voters passed a one-half percent sales tax increase to fund the building of a new facility for the Bengals ''and'' a second new facility for the Major League Baseball Cincinnati Reds., 1996, September 6. The stadium binge, ''USA Today'', 20C. the Bengals filed suit against the County for the right to manage it in 2000. 2000, April 27. Bengals sue county for right to manage new football stadium, The Associated Press State & Local Wire. County commissioners agreed to let a Bengals' subsidiary run the stadium 2000, May 25. County OKs deal to let Bengals unit manage new stadium , The Associated Press State & Local Wire. and it opened later that year. 2000, September 10. Browns spoil opener for Bengals' stadium, Associated Press Worldstream Biography The Shula family moved to Detroit in 1960 and Baltimore in 1963, following Don Shula's career in the NFL. The family settled in Miami Lakes, Florida in 1970, where Dave Shula was a high school football and baseball player. '''Bachrach Studios''' was founded in Baltimore in 1868 by David Bachrach Jr. It is believed to be the oldest continuously operating photography studio in the world. Commons:Category:Baltimore WikiPedia:Baltimore Dmoz:Regional North America United States Maryland Localities B Baltimore


past television

to the detectives, not personal. Commons:Category:Baltimore WikiPedia:Baltimore Dmoz:Regional North America United States Maryland Localities B Baltimore


home multiple

2009) - 1st Mariner Arena Baltimore Maryland 14,000 12,289 11,271 1962 - The Choirs participate yearly in nationwide and international choral competitions, consistently bringing home multiple 1st place Superior honors for eight of the last twelve years. In prior years, the Choirs have placed 1st and received grand championship honors (awarded to the best overall choir regardless of school size or ensemble classification


book battle

both the tobacco and slave trades. Commons:Category:Baltimore WikiPedia:Baltimore Dmoz:Regional North America United States Maryland Localities B Baltimore


sports wild

2002 and 10-6 in 2007 (2007 NFL season)) and have made the playoffs (NFL playoffs) once, as a wild card (Wild card (sports)) team in 2002 (2001–02 NFL playoffs). In 2002, Al Lerner died; the Browns were inherited by his son, Randy (Randolph Lerner). Modell announced on November 6, 1995, that he had signed a deal to relocate the Browns to Baltimore in —a move which would return the NFL to Baltimore for the first time since the Colts relocated to Indianapolis

), Brescia (Pinacoteca Tosio Martinengo), Budapest, Florence (Uffizi Gallery (Uffizi)), Madrid (Museo del Prado), Milan (Pinacoteca di Brera), Naples (National Museum of Capodimonte), Siena (Pinacoteca Nazionale (Pinacoteca Nazionale (Siena))), Southampton (City Art Gallery), and Vienna (Kunsthistorisches Museum). The Ravens, who posted a 12–4 regular season record, became the third wild card (wild card (sports)) team to win


fine young

years before they treated their first patient. Similar developmental work was carried out almost coincidentally by Schuder and colleagues at the University of Missouri. Fine Young Cannibals appeared as the house band in a nightclub in the 1987 comedy film ''Tin Men'', set in Baltimore, Maryland (Baltimore), USA in 1963. Steele and Cox released an instrumental house single under the moniker Two Men, a Drum Machine and a Trumpet in 1988, called "Tired Of Getting Pushed Around


artistic life

center of cultural and artistic life of the city; it is home to a distinctive Washington Monument (Washington Monument (Baltimore)), set atop a hill in a 19th-century urban square, that predates the more well-known monument in Washington, D.C. by several decades. Baltimore also has a significant German American (History of the Germans in Baltimore) population, Commons:Category:Baltimore WikiPedia:Baltimore Dmoz:Regional North America United States Maryland Localities B Baltimore


conducting debut

, Yale University, and, from 1953, the Juilliard School in New York. From 1959 to 1967, he co-directed the Stratford Festival (in Ontario) with Glenn Gould, with whom he played regularly at the festival and made some recordings for T.V. broadcast. Around this time, he appeared regularly as a soloist with American orchestras. His conducting debut was in 1959 with the Canadian National Festival Orchestra; he later conducted the Westchester Symphony Orchestra and Empire Sinfonietta in New York, and the New Jersey Colonial Symphony Orchestra. He joined the Bach Aria Group in the early 1960s. He was granted a Ford Foundation Award in 1965. In December 1831 he attended the first national convention of the National Republican Party in Baltimore and was made the presiding officer (called "President") of that body. The nominations made there for the coming 1832 campaign were Henry Clay for President and John Sergeant (John Sergeant (politician)) for Vice President. The '''Patapsco River''' is a Commons:Category:Baltimore WikiPedia:Baltimore Dmoz:Regional North America United States Maryland Localities B Baltimore

Baltimore

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With a population of 622,104 as of July 1, 2013, Baltimore increased by 762 residents over the previous year, ending over six decades of population loss since its peak in 1950. The Baltimore Metropolitan Area has grown steadily to approximately 2.7 million residents in 2010; the 20th largest (List of metropolitan areas of the United States) in the country.

With hundreds of identified districts, Baltimore has been dubbed "a city of neighborhoods", and has been more recently known as "Charm City", to go along with its older moniker of "The Monumental City" (coined by sixth President John Quincy Adams in 1827), and its more controversial 19th-century sobriquet of "Mobtown". The talents of writers Edgar Allan Poe and H.L. Mencken, jazz musician James "Eubie" Blake (Eubie Blake) and singer Billie Holiday, as well as the city's role in the War of 1812 and Francis Scott Key's writing of "The Star-Spangled Banner", which later became the American national anthem, have all contributed to the city's historical importance.

According to the Brookings Institution, almost a quarter of the jobs in the Baltimore region are science, technology, engineering and math positions. The Baltimore area is known for health and science, which is in part attributed to the prestigious Johns Hopkins University, with its extensive undergraduate and graduate schools, the University of Maryland at Baltimore (University of Maryland, Baltimore), and other smaller schools such as the University of Baltimore, the science-heavy University of Maryland, Baltimore County, (in Catonsville (Catonsville, Maryland)), Loyola University (Loyola University Maryland), Notre Dame University Maryland (Notre Dame of Maryland University), Stevenson University, (formerly Villa Julie College – in suburban Stevenson (Stevenson, Maryland)), Goucher College, (in suburban Towson (Towson, Maryland)), and the Maryland Institute College of Art.

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