% Native Hawaiian 0.3% Some Other Race 1.5% Two or More Races Culture Performing Arts The '''White Plains Performing Arts Center''', which can seat up to 410 people, serves as a venue for a variety of events, such as Broadway theatre and concerts. Today, at 12:00 p.m. EDT (w:Eastern Time Zone (North America)) (UTC-4 (w:UTC-4)) the Animal rights (w:Animal rights) group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (w:People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) (PETA) staged a "naked" protest in White Plains (w:White Plains, New York), New York. The target of the protest was British (United Kingdom) fashion house, Burberry (w:Burberry), and their fur practices. Saturday, the Criterium (w:Criterium) cycling events took place in White Plains (w:White Plains, New York). Starting at 7:00 a.m. EDT (w:Eastern Time Zone (North America)) (UTC-4 (w:UTC-4)), races for both men and women began at Martine Avenue at Court Street in downtown White Plains.
" and by 1890 to 4,508. In the decades that followed the count grew to 7,899 (1900) and 26,425 (1910). White Plains was incorporated as a village in 1866 and as a city in 1916. Modern history thumb Main Street in White Plains (File:Main Street in the City of White Plains.JPG) Early in the 20th century, White Plains' downtown area developed into a dominant suburban shopping district and featured branch
;pub USA+TODAY+(pre-1997+Fulltext)&desc Josh+Saviano%2C+no+small+%60Wonder'&pqatl google title Josh Saviano, no small `Wonder' publisher Pqasb.pqarchiver.com date 1989-04-11 accessdate 2011-02-17 first Tom last Green His role in ''The Wonder Years'' was one of his few television or movie roles. His first television appearance was a one-liner role in a commercial for Aim toothpaste. Other roles were as Kid Belz in the movie ''The Wrong Guys'' in 1988 and Max
either reduced their operations in White Plains or left the area completely. thumb New York Power Authority and Main Street (File:New York Power Authority and Main Street in White Plains.JPG) White Plains continues to attract regional and national business as well as international headquarters within it boundaries such as Nine West Group, Allegiance Financial, ITT Corporation, Nokia, Heineken USA, Alliance Bernstein, AT&T and Verizon. White Plains is also
-Man: Turn Off The Dark. * Dan Duryea, actor, was born in White Plains and graduated from White Plains High School (White Plains Senior High School) in 1924 * Noah Fleiss, actor, was born in White Plains * Channing Frye, NBA forward. '''(b)''' Channing Frye Info Page at NBA.com. Retrieved July 22, 2008 * Danilo Gallinari NBA
site accessdate 2006-11-07 Hammer is a 1984 graduate of White Plains High School, White Plains, New York. He graduated with a degree in philosophy from the University of Hartford in 1988. He was involved with the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity. AEPi is the only official Jewish fraternity in America. Prior to becoming Deputy Mayor of Yonkers, Amicone was Commissioner of the Department of Building for the City of White Plains (White Plains, New York). Before his
standards of construction, the railroad was a constant money-loser and served an under-developed population. Operations ceased on December 31, 1937, and the railroad was dismantled for scrap during early World War II. White Plains "''Semper Fidelis''" is the motto of the city of White Plains (White Plains, New York), in New York, United States. On June 23, 1926 (her sixteenth birthday), mere weeks after meeting the 51 year-old Edward Browning, Peaches and "Daddy
She graduated from Greenwich Academy and Smith College, the latter with a history degree. She began her career as a teen fashion model and became the face of Revlon's ''Charlie'' perfume in the mid 1970s. Keller Three episodic novels — ''Hit Man'', ''Hit List'', and ''Hit Parade'' — and one full length novel — ''Hit and Run
or medical records was there another individual who possessed so many sexual abnormalities. exit 19 road Walworth Crossing – White Plains (White Plains, New York), Scarsdale (Scarsdale, New York) notes Northbound exit and entrance In 1931, Italian immigrant John Santangelo, Sr., a bricklayer who had started a construction business in White Plains (White Plains, New York), New York, five
. In 2009, he has starred in Thom Thomas's ''A Moon to Dance By'', at the Pittsburgh Playhouse and at the George Street Playhouse, with Jane Alexander, and played John Dickinson (John Dickinson (delegate)) in ''1776 (1776 (musical))'' at the Paper Mill Playhouse. Past Performances at RobertCuccioli.com Constitution of New York, 1777 The Province of New York was established by its colonial charter
on factors other than proximity to the school. The five elementary schools, and to a lesser extent, the two middle schools, in addition to teaching core competencies, have different educational focuses including science & technology, communication arts and global understanding. The primary distinction between the two middle schools is the number of pupils enrolled. The smaller "Eastview" Campus has about 1 3 the number of students as the "Highlands" campus. There are about 1100
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'''White Plains''' is a city in Westchester County (Westchester County, New York), New York. It is the county seat and commercial hub of Westchester, an affluent suburban county that is home to almost one million people, just north of New York City. White Plains is located in south-central Westchester, with its downtown about northwest of the Long Island Sound. It is bordered to the north by the town of North Castle (North Castle, New York), to the north and east by the town village of Harrison (Harrison, New York), to the south by the town village of Scarsdale (Scarsdale, New York), and to the west by the town of Greenburgh (Greenburgh, New York).
As of 2013, the city's total population was estimated to be 57,866, up from 56,853 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census).