Street. One of the least likely structures to be overlooked—easily visible from a few blocks south of the neighborhood looking up Madison Street, is Tudor Hall. Its distinct architecture resembles the namesake period of the late 15th-early 17th centuries. The district also features other historic assets in several three to eight story apartment buildings, this height being a character-defining feature of most of the historic district. Some exceptions to this character punctuate the neighborhood, to include Noble Tower on Lakeside Drive, and the Essex Condominiums at 17th and Lakeside, completed in 2001. Parks and community assets Lakeside park The district is adjacent to Lakeside Park (Lakeside Park (Oakland)), which lies to the east and northeast of the district. Lakeside Park is a public city park ring and green space surrounding Lake Merritt and is often called the Crown Jewel of Oakland's parks. Since Brown worked toward the stated goal of bringing an additional 10,000 residents to Downtown Oakland (Downtown Oakland, Oakland, California), his plan was known as "10K." It has resulted in redevelopment projects in the Jack London District (Jack London District, Oakland, California), where Brown purchased and later sold an industrial warehouse which he used as a personal residence, and in the Lakeside Apartments District (Lakeside Apartments District, Oakland, California) near Lake Merritt. The 10k plan has touched the historic Old Oakland district, the Chinatown (Chinatown, Oakland, California) district, the Uptown (Uptown Oakland) district, and Downtown (Downtown Oakland). Brown surpassed the stated goal of attracting 10,000 residents according to city records, and built more affordable housing than previous mayoral administrations. Oakland City Council Nadel was elected to Oakland's District Three "Downtown-West Oakland" City Council seat in 1996. The district includes Adams Point (Adams Point, Oakland, California), most of Oakland's Central Business District (CBD) including all of Downtown (Downtown Oakland, Oakland, California) and the Lakeside Apartments District (Lakeside Apartments District, Oakland, California), but excluding the Civic Center (Civic Center, Oakland, California) district south of 14th Street, and Chinatown (Chinatown, Oakland, California). District Three also includes Jack London Square (Jack London Square, Oakland, California), the Jack London District (Jack London District, Oakland, California), Pill Hill (Pill Hill, Oakland, California), and West Oakland (West Oakland, Oakland, California).
Heights, Daly City, California St. Francis Heights , Serramonte (Serramonte, Daly City, California), Top of the Hill (Top of the Hill, Daly City, California), Hillside (Hillside, Daly City, California), Crocker (Crocker, Daly City, California), Southern Hills (Southern Hills, Daly City, California), and Bayshore (Bayshore, Daly City, California). Westlake is notable for its distinct architecture and for being among the earliest examples of a planned, large-tract suburb. Bayshore, the easternmost neighborhood of Daly City, was once an incorporated city, Bayshore City, until being annexed to Daly City in the mid-1960s. Several Daly City neighborhoods, such as Crocker, Southern Hills, and Bayshore, share a street grid (Grid plan) and similar characteristics with adjacent San Francisco neighborhoods, such as Crocker-Amazon and Visitacion Valley. Several neighborhoods associated with Daly City lie outside of its city limits. Broadmoor (Broadmoor, California) is an unincorporated area completely surrounded by Daly City. Colma (Colma, California) is an incorporated town sandwiched between Daly City, South San Francisco, and San Bruno Mountain. These enclaves are in charge of their own police and fire services, but also share some services with Daly City. Demographics *Francis George Toldi, senior counsel for Hewlett-Packard *Sal Torres ('88), Councilman and Mayor of Daly City, California (1996 - ), former host of "''El Amanecer'' (Daybreak)", KBHK-TV, and Managing Corporate Counsel & Director at Marvell Technology Group *Joe Alioto Veronese, San Francisco Police Commissioner and candidate for state Senate - Marin (Marin County, California), eastern San Francisco (San Francisco, California), San Mateo (San Mateo County, California) (Daly City (Daly City, California)), far southwestern Solano (Solano County, California), southern Sonoma (Sonoma County, California) Barbara Boxer * '''California''' *:Anaheim (Anaheim, California), Chula Vista (Chula Vista, California), Corona (Corona, California), Costa Mesa (Costa Mesa, California), Daly City (Daly City, California), Escondido (Escondido, California), Fontana (Fontana, California), Fremont (Fremont, California), Fullerton (Fullerton, California), Irvine (Irvine, California), Lancaster (Lancaster, California), Moreno Valley (Moreno Valley, California), Orange (Orange, California), Oceanside (Oceanside, California), Ontario (Ontario, California), Oxnard (Oxnard, California), Palmdale (Palmdale, California), Rancho Cucamonga (Rancho Cucamonga, California), Riverside (Riverside, California), San Bernardino (San Bernardino, California), Santa Ana (Santa Ana, California), Santa Clarita (Santa Clarita, California), Santa Rosa (Santa Rosa, California), Simi Valley (Simi Valley, California), Sunnyvale (Sunnyvale, California), Thousand Oaks (Thousand Oaks, California) * '''Colorado''' Background Reynolds was a folk singer-songwriter and political activist in the 1960s. Nancy Reynolds, her daughter, explained that her mother came up with the song when she saw the housing developments around Daly City, California built in the post-war era by Henry Doelger, particularly the neighborhood of Westlake (Westlake, Daly City, California). *'''Redirect''' to Broadmoor, California, which seems way more notable merge content elsewhere if considered useful. - User:Paolo Liberatore Liberatore (T (User talk:Paolo Liberatore)) 17:21, 4 January 2006 (UTC) *'''Delete''' - There's no sourced information (nothing worth merging), and this a trivial item. If somebody finds a source, then they should directly put the verifiable information into an appropriate high level article. Also, if we don't delete, but do a merge, I would do a disambig instead of a redirect. It's not clear to me that Broadmoor, California is actually "Broadmoor village". This makes me think Broadmoor, California is the "Township of Broadmoor", which is unit of government immediately below the county (separate from any city). However a place called "Broadmoor village" might be inside of Daly City, California, which is presumably close, but maybe not the same thing as the Township. Plus the Broadmoor, California doesn't say "Village" or "Township", but just "census designated" place, which could mean it's unicorporated. I don't know. So, I say just delete this article, and people can put proper info from proper sources in proper places when they have the time to do things properly. --Rob (User:Thivierr) 19:15, 4 January 2006 (UTC) *'''merge''' as above.--Marvin147 (User:Marvin147) 03:34, 5 January 2006 (UTC) '''Michael P. Guingona''' (born 1962), also known as '''Mike Guingona''', is a Filipino American who currently serves as a Council Member for the city of Daly City, California (pop. 104407). Previously, he had served as Mayor of Daly City, but was succeeded by Carol L. Klatt. He is an attorney in private practice. He was first elected as a Daly City Council member in 1993 and became the youngest mayor at age 33 in 1995. He has been elected City Council member three times. Full Biography for Michael Guingona www.smartvoter.org Retrieved 5 December, 2006. Olema was once thought to be the epicenter of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake due to the huge fault rifts still visible via a nearby hiking path. There are historical references to this in and around the town, including at shops and restaurants. However, more recent evidence suggests that a location near Daly City (Daly City, California) is more likely the epicenter. 1906 San Francisco earthquake FinalFourArena Cow Palace FinalFourCity Daly City (Daly City, California), California Champions Ohio State (1959-60 Ohio State Buckeyes men's basketball team) The '''1960 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament''' involved 25 schools playing in single-elimination (Single-elimination tournament) play to determine the national champion of men's NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) Division I (Division I (NCAA)) college basketball in the United States. It began on March 7, 1960, and ended with the championship game on March 19 in Daly City (Daly City, California), California (immediately south of San Francisco). A total of 29 games were played, including a third place game in each region and a national third place game. - Finals Daly City (Daly City, California), California Host ''Pinagmulan'' is hosted by mayor of Daly City, California Mike Guingona. Guingona, a second generation (immigrant generations) Filipino-American who has worked for the last year and half on TFC's other hit show, ''CITIZEN PINOY''. The Gas Chamber Orchestra stopped performing regularly in 1996, after its members completed their MA (Master of Arts (postgraduate))s. Andrade died from undetermined natural causes on 2 March, 1996. Mark Grey is composer-in-residence at the Phoenix Symphony. Gary Singh writes for the San Jose Metro (Metro Silicon Valley). Ryan Torchia completed a Ph.D. in Music Composition from the University at Buffalo (University at Buffalo, The State University of New York) in 2005, and now works in Daly City, California as a tester for Digidesign. right thumb (image:Mussel_Rock.jpg) '''Mussel Rock''' is a rock formation (Rock formations in the United States) on the coast of San Mateo County, California, offshore from Daly City (Daly City, California). It consists of one large and numerous smaller rocks of a type known as a stack (Stack (geology)), where a headland is eroded unevenly, leaving small islands. Mossi was born in St. Helena, California, but grew up in Daly City (Daly City, California). Like many players from the San Francisco Bay Area, a region extremely popular with major league scouts at that time, Mossi was spotted at an early age and signed by the Cleveland Indians after leaving high school. In his early years in the minors Mossi experienced some control difficulties, but he eventually overcame these by altering his grip on the ball. In 2005, Leland Yee (w:Leland Yee) (余胤良), a California State Senator (w:California State Senate) (in District 8 which includes the western half of San Francisco (w:San Francisco) and most of San Mateo County (w:San Mateo County)), Speaker pro Tempore (w:Speaker pro Tempore) of the Assembly (D-San Francisco (w:San Francisco) Daly City (w:Daly City, California)), introduced California Assembly Bills 1792 & 1793 (w:California Assembly Bills 1792 & 1793) which barred "ultra-violent" video games from minor (w:minor (law))s under the age of eighteen (w:8 (number)) in California (w:California) and mandated the application of ESRB (w:Entertainment Software Rating Board) ratings for video games.
, and also features the famous Soulard Farmers Market and many trendy restaurants. *Lafayette Square - Although some may group this with Soulard due to proximity, Lafayette Square features its own distinct architecture (Victorian and French Second Empire) and demographics. Surrounding the oldest park in St. Louis are tree-lined streets with rehabbed townhouses, some shopping and dining, and bed and breakfasts. *Old North Saint Louis - just north of Downtown, the historic Old North neighborhood is in the midst of a dramatic revitalization that includes a significant number of historically rehabilitated brick, 19th Century structures; new businesses, such as Old North Grocery Co-op, Therapy Boutique, and La Mancha Coffeehouse; and a diverse community of residents, with a population that grew by 28% since 2000. The center of the neighborhood is at St. Louis Avenue & N. 14th Street, which is where the legendary Crown Candy Kitchen is located, along with the award-winning Crown Square, the recently completed $35 million redevelopment of the former 14th Street Pedestrian Mall. Crown Square is also the site of the North City Farmers' Market, which in 2010 was identified as one of "America's Favorite Farmers' Markets," according to American Farmland Trust. *Benton Park Brewery - Located just south of Soulard, Benton Park has recently come back from decades of disrepair. The area contains the Anheuser Busch Brewery and the old Lemp Brewery, in addition to a small eponymous park and working-class versions of the townhomes of Lafayette Square. *Forest Park Southeast - Situated just where the name suggests, Forest Park Southeast is at the beginning of a revitalization. Younger professionals have been attracted to the area due to the popular bars, and have since settled down and contributed to the area's infrastructure. *Grand Center Midtown - Located going West of Downtown down an area known as the Central Corridor (that includes Forest Park and the CWE), Grand Center is home to a booming performing arts, theatre, and museum district. St. Louis University is in this area. *Tower Grove South Grand - a few miles south of Grand Center is Tower Grove Park, a 19th-century Victorian walking park. The nearby South Grand strip has a variety of shops, coffeehouses, bars, service businesses, and the area's largest concentration of Asian restaurants and shops. An ethnically diverse, gay-friendly area with an active street life and turn-of-the-century architecture. *Central West End - A very cosmpolitan neighborhood featuring stunning turn-of-the-century palace-like homes, upscale dining, and boutique shopping, the Central West End also contains an eclectic mix of antique shops, coffee houses, and art galleries. Located on the eastern edge of Forest Park, it also includes the world-renowned Medical School of Washington University. *The Hill - St. Louis's ''Little Italy'' is home to a large number of locally renowned Italian restaurants, bakeries, and grocery stores. Its name is due to its proximity to the highest point of the city. *North St. Louis - The historic African-American neighborhood known as "The Ville", and contains many historical sites relating to the history of Black America in the Midwest,i.e. Sumner High School and Homer G. Phillips Hospital. This area extends from Delmar to I-270 and contains much of the industrial record of St. Louis and the migration of new comers to the city. '''St. Louis County''' *Clayton - The county seat of St. Louis county, Clayton has an important downtown business district that is also home to several hotels, many coffeehouses, and upscale dining. It is one of the older suburbs of St. Louis, and has many large 100 year-old-homes wonderfully preserved by old-monied families, while the area's nouveau riche help keep the area trendy. It has a great school system and is home to the main campus of Washington University. Clayton begins where Forest Park ends on the west. *Delmar Loop University City - Located just north of Clayton and beginning at the northwest edge of Forest Park Washington University is this culturally, ethnically, and economically diverse neighborhood of St. Louis. One of the more liberal areas of the region, it is a popular area for college students and post-graduates to live and interact. "The Loop" (a.k.a. Delmar Blvd) itself is one main street of storefronts, restaurants,hotels, music venues, bookstores, and one of greatest independent movie theatre- The Tivoli. *West County - This expansive, largely undefined region of St. Louis includes most areas west of Clayton, especially upper-class neighborhoods like Frontenac, Ladue, Huntleigh, Town and Country, and Creve Coeur. The area may include expanded development of older areas such as Chesterfield and Wildwood. The area has one of the highest concentrations of wealth in the Midwest, and home to two of the most upscale shopping areas in St. Louis Region- Plaza Frontenac and The Galleria-Brentwood Square. *North County-Home to Lambert International Airport and the sight of many historical flights by Charles Lindbergh and Boeing. This area is also the home of post WWII home development and contains many small subdivisons of ranch style homes of ethnically diverse populations. *South County - A nebulous region primarily served by I-55,I-44 and I-64 in a triangle of interstates, most of the towns dotting South County are largely indistinguishable and include some new developments. It is home to Affton, Bayless, Brentwood, Webster Groves, Maplewood, Richmond Heights, Crestwood and other picture-perfect kinds of towns that provide a nice small-town atmosphere great for families. It is home to a popular shopping area in St. Louis Region- The appropriately named "South County Mall". See thumb 400px Downtown St. Louis at night (File:St Louis night expblend.jpg) * Wikipedia:St. Louis, Missouri commons:St. Louis, Missouri
and distinct architecture. The town rests in a valley of two mountains on its east and west sides. The town is located along exits 28 through 32 of Interstate 84 (Interstate 84 in Connecticut), exit 4 of Interstate 691, and bisected by Route 10 (Connecticut Route 10). Southington has the nickname of The Apple Valley, due to the many orchards that still dot its landscape. The Quinnipiac River flows through the town. It is home to Mount Southington Ski Area which has continued to draw
) Milldale , each of which has its own post office and distinct architecture. The town rests in a valley of two mountains on its east and west sides. The town is located along exits 28 through 32 of Interstate 84 (Interstate 84 in Connecticut), exit 4 of Interstate 691, and bisected by Route 10 (Connecticut Route 10). Southington has the nickname of The Apple Valley, due to the many orchards that still dot its landscape. The Quinnipiac River flows through the town. It is home to Mount