Petworth, Washington, D.C.

timezone_EST EDT utc_offset_DST -4 latd 38.942161 latm lats latNS longd -77.025525 longm longs longEW postal_code_type ZIP Code postal_code 20010, 20011 area_code 202 (202 area code) '''Petworth''' is a residential neighborhood in the Northwest quadrant (Washington, D.C. (northwest)) of Washington, D.C.. The neighborhood is bordered to the east by the Soldiers’ Home (Armed Forces Retirement Home) and Rock Creek

residential with a mix of townhouses (Terraced house) and single-family homes. It is served by the Georgia Ave-Petworth (Georgia Ave-Petworth (Washington Metro)) station on the Washington Metro's Green Line (Green Line (Washington Metro)) and Yellow Line (Yellow Line (Washington Metro)). Petworth borders to two expanses of historic greenspace, Rock Creek Cemetery and the President Lincoln and Soldiers' Home National Monument US Soldiers' and Airmens' Home (now known as the Armed

Forces Retirement Home) .right thumb A sign in Petworth (Image:Petworth antique sign.jpg) Demographics class "wikitable" - ! Year !! Total ANC-4C Population !! % Children !! % Black !! % White !! % Hispanic !! % Asian P.I. !! Average Family Income !! Median Home Sales Price !! - 1990 19,875 19% 88% 6% 6% 1


University Park, Pennsylvania

; The campus is served by the Penn State University Police. Federally, the University Park campus is part of Pennsylvania's 5th congressional district, represented by Republican Glenn "G.T." Thompson, elected in 2008. Points of interest * Beaver Stadium – the second largest stadium in the western hemisphere and home of Penn State Football * Bryce Jordan Center – home of Men's and Women's Penn State Basketball as well as other indoor sports and entertainment events

* Eisenhower Auditorium - home to a variety of academic, business, and entertainment events * HUB–Robeson Center - commonly referred to as "The Hub" * Jeffrey Field - home of the Men's and Women's Penn State Soccer and Lacrosse teams * McCoy Natatorium - home of the Men's and Women's Penn State Varsity Swim teams Recreation Facilities * Medlar Field at Lubrano Park - home of the State College Spikes and Penn State Men's Baseball

teams * Nittany Lion Shrine - second most photographed location in Pennsylvania * Old Main (Old Main (Pennsylvania State University)) - Penn State's first building of major significance, completed in 1863 * The Palmer Museum of Art - prominent visual arts facility and cultural resource for Penn State and local community * Pavilion Theatre - intimate 300-seat flexible arena thrust performance space * Pegula Ice Arena - home of the Men's and Women's Penn State Varsity Hockey teams


Bel Air, Los Angeles

Boulevard from the University of California, Los Angeles, is the site of four private and two public pre-collegiate schools, as well as of the American Jewish University. Founded in 1923, the neighborhood has no multifamily dwellings (Multi-family residential) and has been the filming location or setting for television shows (Television program). It has been the home of motion picture stars (Movie star) and of President Ronald Reagan. Population The 2000 U.S. census counted

oil was discovered. He bought a large ranch with a home on what is now Bel Air Road. He subdivided and developed the property with large residential lots. He also built the Bel-Air Beach Club in Santa Monica (Santa Monica, California) and the Bel-Air Country Club. His wife chose Italian names for the streets. She also founded the Bel-Air Garden Club in 1931.

map tends to cover the "three Bs": Brentwood, Bel-Air and Beverly Hills. A few toss in a Malibu sidebar." a wealthy area in the Los Angeles Westside. Myers, David W. "A Sad Westside Story : Home Prices Have Declined as Much as 50% Since the 1980s." ''Los Angeles Times''. May 28, 1993. Retrieved on July 4, 2014. "But, as Meyer's case suggests, nowhere have those


Riverdale, Toronto

multiculturalism; with several cultural neighbourhoods along its major paths. Danforth Avenue (commonly referred to as "The Danforth" in Greek Town) has a high concentration of Greek restaurants while Gerrard Street (Gerrard Street (Toronto)) East and parts of Broadview Avenue are home to a variety of Asian shops and restaurants (referred to as East Chinatown (Chinatown, Toronto#East Chinatown)). South of Queen Street East are several large corporate film studios extending down

to the waterfront. Riverdale is home to the Gerrard Square Mall; which features a variety of retail, restaurant, and small shops. The neighbourhood's character is also defined by the CN Railway, which separates the area into two districts, North Riverdale (north of the tracks) which is primarily residential (for the exception of Gerrard Square Mall and The Danforth (Greektown, Toronto) and South Riverdale (also known as the Riverside District) (south to Lake Shore). Riverdale is also home

since 1961, previously operating under the name '''The January School'''. Institutions Riverdale is home to Bridgepoint Health (formerly Riverdale Hospital), at the corner of Broadview Avenue and Gerrard Street East. Parks and recreation There are three medium to large sized parks in Riverdale. At the west


Agros, Cyprus

was the command centre of the Pitsilia region. Gregoris Afxentiou guided the guerrilla fighters of the entire Troödos area from Agros. The people of Agros who participated in the EOKA fight were more than a hundred. In this text it is impossible to even mention them all. Cited in brief below are some reports from Hadjipetris about the contribution of the people of Agros in the fight. The first sector-head for Pitsilia, Renos Kyriakides, visits Agros in 1955 and in particular the home of the head of Agros

by the British for “having paraded in Agros without a written permit by the Commander of Lemesos”. In several residences of Agros there were many guerrilla hideouts. The first guerrilla hideout was in the home of Kyriacou Polykarpou. Stylianos Lenas would manufacture grenades there. When the hideout was compromised, Lenas continued to manufacture grenades in a hideout in another village. As we have already said, the headquarters of Agros was also in a hideout in Agros. The first ever curfew

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Škofja Loka

of seven known mass graves (Mass graves in Slovenia) from the period immediately after the Second World War. Two additional mass graves connected with these are located in neighboring Vincarje. Additional prisoners of war were disposed of at Gabrovo (Gabrovo, Škofja Loka), Bodovlje, Trnje (Trnje, Škofja Loka), Pevno, and other sites. An unknown number of Home Guard (Slovene Home Guard) prisoners of war and Slovene civilians, and possibly victims of other nationalities, were

of the Douzelage, a unique town twinning association of 27 towns across the European Union. This active town twinning began in 1991 and there are regular events, such as a produce market from each of the other countries and festivals.

association of 24 towns across the European Union. This active town twinning began in 1991 and there are regular events, such as a produce market from each of the other countries and festivals.


Moline, Illinois

280 (Illinois-Iowa) Interstate 280 (which serves as a ring road around the Quad Cities), Interstate 80 (which crosses the Mississippi River (Fred Schwengel Memorial Bridge) a few miles to the northeast of Moline), and Interstate 88 (Interstate 88 (west)) (which begins on the eastern border of the Quad Cities and terminates in Hillside, Illinois, near Chicago). The Quad City International Airport, located on the southern fringe of the city to the south of the Rock River, is home

, the population of Moline continued to grow. The street grid was expanded to the east and west along the shoreline and to the south up the bluffs. There was a severe housing shortage; few men were rich enough to invest in real estate other than what they could afford to build for themselves, and few incoming workers had sufficient funds to build a home. Newspaper clipping from ''The Rock Island Union'', Rock Island, Illinois, Aug. 15, 1868. Nevertheless, Moline's expansion

, 1812–1960'', Quad-Cities, Illinois: The Hesperian Press, 1986, p. 20. The quality of life was generally regarded as quite good: "The laboring men of Moline are among the most prosperous to be found in the country. Instead of spending their spare earnings in saloons and dram shops, they carefully hoard them and in a few years a little home of their own is the result." "New homes in Moline – what our laboring men do with their money", ''Rock Island Union


Little Havana

) is a neighborhood (Neighborhoods in Miami) of Miami, Florida, United States. Home to many Cuban immigrant (Immigration to the United States) residents, as well as many residents from Central and South America, Little Havana is named after Havana, the capital (Capital (political)) and largest city in Cuba. Little Havana is noted as a center of social, cultural, and political activity in Miami. Its festivals, including the Calle Ocho Festival, Viernes

Category:Ethnic enclaves in the United States Category:Cuban-American history Category:Cuban-American culture in Florida Category:Cuba–United States relations Category:Historic Jewish communities 2012: New Ballpark, New Identity For the first 19 years of its existence, the team played its home games at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens. In 2012, they will move into newly constructed Marlins Park in Little Havana, Miami, Florida. "Assassins!" yelled

, burning garbage containers, tires, and trees. Crowds jammed a more than 10-block area of Little Havana. Police in riot gear were deployed and tear gas was used. Shortly afterwards, many Miami-Dade County (Miami-Dade County, Florida) businesses closed, as their owners and managers participated in a short boycott. The western side of Miami includes Little Havana, West Flagler, and Flagami, and is home to many of the city's traditionally immigrant


Midtown Atlanta

Historic District (Atlanta, Georgia) Historic Midtown (Midtown Neighborhood) p3 Ansley Park p4 Sherwood Forest (Sherwood Forest (Atlanta)) p5 Atlantic Station p6 Home Park (Home Park (Atlanta)) p7 Loring Heights (Loring Heights (Atlanta)). government_footnotes government_type leader_title Mostly falls into Atlanta City Council District 2 leader_name area_magnitude

is marked by its cultural attractions, institutions of higher education, noteworthy architecture, and urban layout. The district is the center of the city's arts scene that includes the Fox Theatre (Fox Theatre (Atlanta, Georgia)), Woodruff Arts Center, the High Museum of Art, the Museum of Design Atlanta, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, the Center for Puppetry Arts, and the 14th Street Playhouse. Midtown is also home to three well known institutions of higher education

definition, but splitting it into the sub-areas '''Midtown Core''' and '''Midtown Neighborhood''', i.e. Historic Midtown. It also includes the neighborhoods of Ansley Park, Sherwood Forest (Sherwood Forest (Atlanta)), Atlantic Station, Home Park (Home Park (Atlanta)), and Loring Heights (Loring Heights (Atlanta)). "Demographics", Midtown Alliance


Tuxpan

, Veracruz Veracruz , Tuxpan is now the headquarters for the Mexican Navy's Gulf fleet. As such, it is the home port for several military vessels (Ship) including 3 frigates named ''Allende (ARM Allende)'', ''Abasolo (ARM Abasolo)'' and ''Victoria (ARM Victoria)''. These ships were originally ''Knox''-class (Knox class frigate) frigates built in the 1960s. They were purchased from the US Navy in the mid to late 1990s after their decommissioning. Tuxpan

was in charge of the garrison at Tuxpan, but did not play a significant role in the fighting with the United States Army. Based at Pensacola, Florida, ''Raritan'' then operated with the Home Squadron as it blockaded the east coast of Mexico and supported Army forces during the war with Mexico. As Commodore David Conner (David Conner (naval officer))'s flagship, she joined USS ''Potomac'' (USS Potomac (1822)) in landing 500 men at Point Isabel (Port Isabel, Texas) to reinforce

forces marched into Havana. One week after the concert on March 27, 2004, Sánchez embarked on a promotional road-tour through his father's home state of Sinaloa, Mexico (Sinaloa). He was en route to a concert in Tuxpan Nayarit Mexico, on the highway between Rosario (Rosario, Sinaloa) and Escuinapa, when the 1990 Lincoln Town Car, owned by his father, blew a tire. According to police, the driver lost control and the vehicle rolled into a ditch. The performer


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