York, Pennsylvania

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band live

: www.newyorkwireind.com 2010 11 new-york-wire-keeps-whistling-holiday-favorites title New York Wire Keeps Whistling Holiday Favorites accessdate January 28, 2012 publisher New York Wire Company The alternative rock band Live (Live (band)) is from York.

, Pennsylvania, U.S. (United States) genre Alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock '''Patrick "Pat" Dalheimer''' (born May 30, 1971 in York, Pennsylvania) is the bassist (bass guitar) for the bands Live (Live (band)) and The Gracious Few. Live have sold over 20 million records, "LIVE to Perform at The Pools at The Palazzo on June 11" ''Reuters'' - May 7, 2009. including the 8x platinum (RIAA certification) album ''Throwing Copper''. (Gold and Platinum) ''RIAA.com'' (note: enter ''Throwing Copper'' in the search box to see it's entry) Biography left thumb Pat playing with The Gracious Few in October 2010 (Image:Tgfpatbigclose.jpg)Pat is a founding member of the band Live and has appeared on all their albums to date. He met his future Live band mates at middle school in York, Pennsylvania. When vocalist Ed Kowalczyk left the band in 2009, Dahlheimer formed the band The Gracious Few along with Chad Taylor and Chad Gracey of Live and Kevin Martin (Kevin Martin (American musician)) and Sean Hennesy from the band Candlebox. They released their debut album ''The Gracious Few (The Gracious Few (album))'' in 2010. In 2011, Live announced their intention to record new material with an as yet unnamed new lead singer. Some sources indicate that the rival teams were named for the opposing factions in England's historic Wars of the Roses. In 1909, the team secured its first championship in the Tri-State League, under the leadership of ex-outfielder Marty Hogan. ''Spalding's Official Athletic Library Baseball Guide'' (New York: American Sports Publishing Co., 1910), p. 181. That same year, the Red Roses signed on future Hall of Fame (National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum) pitcher Stan Coveleski.


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, The Daily Orange, 29 November 2006 tried to join the lawsuit late as a defendant but was denied for multiple reasons. Memorandum and Order, Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District, July 27, 2005 History In the late 19th century, animal-shaped cookies (or "biscuits" in British terminology) called "Animals" were imported from England to the United States. The demand


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the Maroons. The new name was unveiled to the public a few days before the season and drew heavy criticism from the rival York White Roses from nearby York (York, Pennsylvania). The White Roses manager predicted, in spite, that the Red Roses would be at the bottom of the standings column. The Red Roses went on to win the first game, 9-4, and an even heavier rivalry began. Some sources indicate that the rival teams were named for the opposing factions in England's historic Wars of the Roses. In 1909, the team secured its first championship in the Tri-State League, under the leadership of ex-outfielder Marty Hogan. ''Spalding's Official Athletic Library Baseball Guide'' (New York: American Sports Publishing Co., 1910), p. 181. That same year, the Red Roses signed on future Hall of Fame (National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum) pitcher Stan Coveleski.


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with the York, Pennsylvania-based White Roses. Some sources indicate that the rival teams were named for the opposing factions in England's historic Wars of the Roses. The Lancaster Red Roses played at Stumpf Field, which is still used today by local baseball and softball leagues. thumb left 200px 1906, the original Lancaster Red Roses (Image:1906 lineup of the Lancaster Red Roses baseball team.jpg) The year 1906 brought the Lancaster Red Roses, who changed their name from


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). After working in a dry goods store in Watertown (Watertown, New York), New York, Frank Winfield Woolworth opened the "Woolworth's Great Five Cent Store" in Utica (Utica, New York), New York, on February 22, 1878. The store failed and closed in May 1878. Frank soon made a second attempt and opened his "Woolworth's Great Five Cent Store", using the same sign, on June 21, 1879, in Lancaster (Lancaster, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania with a revised formula of merchandise. Lancaster proved a success, and Frank never forgot the city for the rest of his life. Frank hired his brother Charles Sumner "Sum" Woolworth as manager for a second store in Harrisburg (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania. After a fallout with the landlord, that store moved to York (York, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania. That store did not last long, either. Frank searched for a a larger, low rent building. He found an ideal location in Scranton (Scranton, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania at 125 Penn Avenue and opened the store on November 6, 1880 with Sum as manager. The Scranton store is where Sum developed the brothers' "5¢ & 10¢" merchandising model. He spent a lot of time working the sales floor, talking with customers, and employees. He often personally served customers. Sales grew steadily. By 1881 at Franks suggestion, Sum bought out his brother's


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, currently living in Brooklyn, New York; attended NYU Film School (Tisch School of the Arts) * '''Jason Epperson''', 30, owner of film production company, born and raised in Winchester, Kentucky death_date origin York, Pennsylvania, U.S. (United States) instrument Guitar, vocals The '''Lancaster Red Roses''' baseball team, originally known as the Maroons, changed its name at the start of the 1906 season during a bitter match


diverse history

that preserves and uses its collections, historic sites and museums to inspire people to explore the history and culture of York County, Pennsylvania. YCHT maintains eight historical sites that preserve and present 300 years of York County's rich and diverse history. The YCHT was founded in 1999 after a merger of the Historical Society of York County and the Agricultural and Industrial Museum of York County (AIM). Currently, the YCHT historical sites include the Worker's House (c. 1875), Golden


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right 104.7 FM Country Hagerstown, MD No – - WQXA align right 105.7 FM "105.7 The X" Hard Rock York No – - WZCY-FM align right 106.7 FM "Mix" Adult Hits Hershey No – - WGTY align right 107.7 FM "Great Country" Gettysburg No – Sister cities thumb A "welcome sign" featuring York's twinned cities (Image:YorkPaTwinsSign.jpg) York is officially twinned (Sister cities) ref


rock live

York (York, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania genre Alternative rock, post-grunge, hard rock '''Live''' ( , often typeset as '''LĪVE''') is an American (United States) rock (Rock music) band from York, Pennsylvania, composed of Chad Taylor (lead guitar), Patrick Dahlheimer (bass (bass guitar)), Chad Gracey (drums (drum kit)) and Chris Shinn (vocals). Live's original lead singer and principal songwriter Ed


team representing

moretopsecretrecipes3.html In 1972, the York Cone Company was acquired by Peter Paul (Peter Paul Candy Manufacturing Company), which launched the York Peppermint Pattie nationally in 1975. Another team representing Harrisburg affiliated with the Pittsburgh Pirates formed four years later, though in the smaller Interstate League. Like the Senators before it, the team gained success quickly, winning the league title one year later with stars Billy Cox (Billy Cox (baseball player)) and Dennis Taylor

York, Pennsylvania

'''York''' (Deitsch (Pennsylvania German language): ''Yarrick''), known as '''the White Rose City''' (after the symbol of the House of York (White Rose of York)), is a city located in York County (York County, Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania, United States, which is in the South Central (South Central Pennsylvania) region of the state. The population within the city limits was 43,718 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), which was a 7.0% increase from the 2000 count of 40,862. When combined with the adjacent boroughs of West York (West York, Pennsylvania) and North York (North York, Pennsylvania) and surrounding Spring Garden (Spring Garden Township, York County, Pennsylvania), West Manchester (West Manchester Township, York County, Pennsylvania), and Springettsbury (Springettsbury Township, York County, Pennsylvania) townships, the population of Greater York is 108,386. York is the county seat of York County (York County, Pennsylvania),

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