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in a dedicated median along Huntington Avenue in Boston, between Opera Place and Forsyth Street, and is adjacent to the Krentzman Quad on the campus of Northeastern University (Northeastern University (Boston, Massachusetts)). It is the first surface-level stop going outbound along the Green Line "E" Branch; trolleys rise from a portal located between Opera Place and Gainsborough Street and continue along the surface down Huntington Avenue (Huntington Avenue (Boston)) towards

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the longest concerts in Elton's career, many lasting at least three and a half hours. The songs from ''Captain Fantastic'' were aired by Capital Gold Radio in a broadcast taken from the 16 September 2005 performance in Boston. death_date March 8, 1956 death_place Boston, United States restingplace DATE OF DEATH March 8, 1956 PLACE OF DEATH Boston, United States birth_date commons:Boston

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ice runway (Ice Runway) at the McMurdo Station airfield at Williams Field, McMurdo Sound (Williams Field) in Antarctica. It also made Modern Air the first US charter airline to fly to the erstwhile Soviet Union. This flight commemorated the 40th anniversary of Admiral Richard Byrd (Richard Evelyn Byrd)'s South Pole flight. It carried 60 US businessmen who had paid $10,000 each to fly on a round-the-world trip over both Poles that left Boston on 8 November 1968. Cdr F.G. Dustin, who had accompanied then Cdr Byrd on his second Antarctic (Antarctica) expedition in 1934, was among the passengers. The flight routed over the North Pole via Japan, Australia and New Zealand to Antarctica and over the South Pole, before crossing the International Date Line a second time and proceeding northwards to Chile, Africa and Europe. Rome was the first European stop, from where the flight continued to Moscow, before night-stopping in London and returning to Boston the following day, 2 December 1968. Profits from that trip were used to establish ''The Admiral Richard E. Byrd Polar Center (Richard Evelyn Byrd)'', a polar research centre in Boston. ''Commemorating Admiral Byrd'', World News ..., Flight International, 5 December 1968, p. 921 ''Trans-polar Charter'', Air Transport ..., Flight International, 19 December 1968, p. 1019 Bauman Rare Books — The story of a unique hand-painted airport sign commemorating the first commercial transpolar flight: ''Dustin Transpolar Flight'', Dustin, F.G., Rio de Janeiro, 1968 Media appearances Delta Air Lines named an MD-88 airplane "The David Wright Flight" after Wright. The plane's name, along with Wright's signature and jersey number (5), are next to the boarding door. The plane shuttles between New York, Boston and Washington (Washington, D.C.).


November 1998) was an American (United States) filmmaker. He was the son of surgeon Henry Hampton Sr. and Julia Veva Hampton. A native of St. Louis, Missouri, Hampton would later move to Boston where he founded his film production company Blackside, Inc., in 1968. It became one of the largest minority-owned non-theatrical film production companies in the U.S. during the mid-1970s and until his death in the late 1990s. Hampton and his company produced over 80 programs including

documentaries (documentary film), television spots (television advertisement), and other media productions. History The paper was started in Boston in 1992 and was the brainchild of Tim Hobson, who enlisted the aid of twelve other homeless people Zauzner, Julie M., "Making Change", ''The Harvard Crimson'' Thursday, February 03, 2011 ref name

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, Shibe Park, home of the Philadelphia Athletics, Ebbets Field in Brooklyn (Brooklyn, New York), the Polo Grounds in Manhattan, Boston's Fenway Park along with Wrigley Field and Comiskey Park in Chicago. Likewise from the Eastern League (Eastern League (U.S. baseball)) to the small developing leagues in the West, and the rising Negro Leagues professional baseball was being played all across the country. Average major league attendances reached a pre World War I peak of 5,836 in 1909 (1909 Major League Baseball season), before falling back during the war. Where there weren't professional teams, there were semi-pro teams, traveling teams barnstorming (barnstorm (sports)), company clubs and amateur men's leagues. In the days before television, if you wanted to see a game, you had to go to the ballpark. Thursday, October 1, 1903 at Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds (Huntington Avenue Grounds) in Boston, Massachusetts Game 2 Friday, October 2, 1903 at Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds (Huntington Avenue Grounds) in Boston, Massachusetts Game 3 Saturday, October 3, 1903 at Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds (Huntington Avenue Grounds) in Boston, Massachusetts Game 8 Tuesday, October 13, 1903 at Huntington Avenue Baseball Grounds (Huntington Avenue Grounds) in Boston, Massachusetts :* Baltimore has a large Bastille Day celebration each year at Petit Louis in the Roland Park area of Baltimore City. :* Boston has a celebration annually, hosted by the French Cultural Center for over 35 years. Recently, the celebration took place in The Liberty Hotel, a former city jail converted into a boutique hotel, though more often the festivities occur in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood, near the Cultural Center's headquarters. The celebration typically includes francophone musical performers, dancing, and French cuisine. :* Chicago has hosted a variety of Bastille Day celebrations in a number of locations in the city, including Navy Pier and Oz Park. The recent incarnations have been sponsored in part by the Chicago branch of the French-American Chamber of Commerce and by the French Consulate-General (List of diplomatic missions of France) in Chicago. birth_date commons:Boston

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for Internet & Society in Boston, Massachusetts. And you can submit a paper even if you aren't attending. Programming WSBE airs most popular PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) series on, usually, an eight-day delay from primary public television stations such as Boston's WGBH (WGBH-TV). WSBE also airs programs such as ''The Lawrence Welk Show'', ''The Red Green Show'', and "Britcoms" from the BBC, including ''Keeping Up Appearances'', '' As Time Goes

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in particular) identify as supporters of Boston's major professional sports league teams, a loyalty which is often traced to the relief effort of 1917. strong+show+support+from+Maritimers 4900033 story.html , ''Novaya Ekonomicheskaya

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web url http: id 2127567 title Bill Simmons, Bard of the Red Sox last Curtis first Bryan work (Slate (magazine)) publisher Washington Post.Newsweek Interactive Co. LLC (Washingtonpost.Newsweek Interactive) date 2005-10-05 accessdate 2010-08-23 Simmons' writing in his columns is characterized by mixing sports knowledge,


'''Boston''' (pronounced Included in the CSA: MA counties: Bristol, Essex, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, Suffolk and Worcester; NH counties: Belknap, Hillsborough, Merrimack, Rockingham and Strafford; RI counties (entire state): Bristol, Kent, Newport, Providence and Washington (South County)

One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston was founded on the Shawmut Peninsula in 1630 by Puritan settlers from England.

The area's many colleges and universities make Boston an international center of higher education and medicine, and the city is considered to be a world leader in innovation for a variety of reasons.

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