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Chinatown, Los Angeles

Angeles Metro station) Metro Rail station in Chinatown has been described as a spectacular pagoda-themed facility and as a cliché of neo-pagoda architecture by Christopher Hawthorne, the Los Angeles Times Architecture Critic. Nelson, Laura J. (December 20, 2013)story "Metro rail stations are being planned with design in mind" ''Los Angeles Times'' Hawthorne, Christopher (December

31, 2013)story "Review: Tentative signs of progress in Metro's transit network design" ''Los Angeles Times'' In 1996, an Academy Award-winning (for the ''Killing Fields'' in 1985) Cambodian refugee, physician and actor, Haing S. Ngor, was killed in the Chinatown residential area in a bungled robbery attempt by members of an Asian gang

continue to serve the area although some view it as hokey tourist trap. Traditional Chinese restaurants that have remained are being joined by a variety of new restaurants as the opportunities Chinatown offers is recognized by additional restauranteurs. Betty Hallock (June 4, 2013) story "Chinatown dim sum palace Empress Pavilion


Silver Lake, Los Angeles

Angeles Sunset Junction Silver Lake, known as one of "the city's hippest neighborhoods", Khouri, Andrew (July 13, 2013).story "In urban L.A., developers are building trendy homes on tiny lots". ''Los Angeles Times''. Retrieved July 14, 2013. has many bars, night clubs and restaurants. Since the 1990s, Silver Lake has become the center

: www.latimes.com news obituaries la-me-sal-castro-20130416,0,6720373.story "Sal Castro dies at 79; L.A. teacher played role in 1968 protests" . ''Los Angeles Times''. Retrieved April 16, 2013. * Mr. Criminal, rapper "Mr Criminal's life in Silver Lake". YouTube. Retrieved April 12, 2013. * Ernest E. Debs, Los Angeles politician


Serpukhov

the field free for mutual jealousies and accusations. Although the majority of boyars complained about Belsky's cowardness, the monarch spared both Belsky and his own brother and put the blame for defeat on Prince Vorotynsky. New York City Major Michael Bloomberg stated that "Our judicial system works where the public can see the alleged perpetrators." In the opening chapter of ''The Gulag Archipelago'', Alexander Solzhenitsyn describes the Soviet (Soviet Union) secret police agencies' general practice in the Stalinist (Stalinism) era of making arrests either at night or in isolated private places, in order to maximize the perception of governmental omnipotence. In one instance a public arrest led to a rare act of resistance: 225px thumb left Chicago Police Department Chicago police (File:ChicagoPoliceArrest.jpg) making an arrest in public. alt A man on a city street in a white shirt with his hands cuffed behind his back, with three police officers behind him. The one at rear is opening the door of the police car in the bottom right of the image. Wikipedia:Serpukhov Commons:Category:Serpukhov


St. Joseph, Missouri

of Wilson, Kansas. Location scenes included street and buildings on Main Street in White Cloud, Kansas, viewed from a distance from both sides of the Missouri River, and Hays, Kansas and Saint Joseph, Missouri. Dating the stories In a first-season episode Adams says the war has been over for five years (suggesting the first season takes place in 1870, although, in "The Major Adams Story", part 1, it is clear that Adams had taken trains west in previous years

, commencing "as soon as the war was over"). In season two, reference is made to the war ending six years earlier (1871) and to the presidential nomination of Ulysses S. Grant (1868), a neighbor of Adams before the war and eventually his commanding officer. In season three (in "The Vincent Eaglewood Story") Grant and Colfax are identified as the current President and VP, which dates it as Grant's first term (March 1869 to March 1873). "The Bernal Sierra Story" (first season) made extensive reference to the ongoing revolution in Mexico pitting Benito Juarez against Maximillian I of Mexico (aka Emperor Maximilian)--but that uprising ended decisively with Maximillian's capture and execution in 1867. "The Cathy Eckhardt Story" (fourth season, broadcast November 9, 1960) clearly shows the year is 1870, but in "The Charlene Brenton Story" (late third season, broadcast 8 June 1960) reference is made to Bill Hawks' having read the novel ''Ben-Hur'', which was not published until 1880. The First Transcontinental Railroad was completed in 1869, following approximately the same route as a wagon train from St. Joseph (St. Joseph, Missouri) to Sacramento. This would have made wagon trains obsolete by the time most episodes in the series take place; however, little reference is made to railroads in the West during the series. Youth Parley Pratt was born in Burlington, New York, the son of Jared Pratt (Canaan, New York, 25 November 1769 – Detroit, Michigan, 5 November 1839) and wife (m. 7 July 1799) Charity Dickinson (Bolton, New York, 24 February 1776 – St. Joseph, Missouri, 20 May 1849), a descendant of Anne Hutchinson. The stockyards were built around the facilities of the Central Overland California and Pikes Peak Express Company which had outfitted travelers on the Santa Fe Trail and Oregon Trail following the Kansas River. The company went out of business in 1862 following the failure of its Pony Express business from St. Joseph, Missouri to Sacramento, California. He was hired in 1910 to review the city design and planning of St. Joseph, Missouri. Fully half of his report dealt with the need for park space in the city, leading to the design of the National Register of Historic Places–listed St. Joseph Park and Parkway System.


Kursk Oblast

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Solikamsk

thumb Iset ironworks factory near Yekaterinburg, established in 1726 (photo of 1910). (File:1910Верх-исетский завод.jpg) In the 17th century, Ural became inhabited by Slavs who brought advanced farming technique and craftsmanship. This changed the lifestyle of the area and quenches the past armed conflicts. Grain-based agriculture, small-scale industries (wood, leather, pottery, blacksmithing, etc.) and a network of markets spread over Ural. The salt industry was developed in Solikamsk. At the same time, the national and social oppression started of the indigenous people of the area, such as Mansi (Mansi people), Khanty (Khanty people) and Bashkirs. **Expanded a bit. The image, however, is deleted from the article on Tallinn by Estonian nationalists. --Ghirla (User:Ghirlandajo) talk (User talk:Ghirlandajo) 09:18, 2 February 2006 (UTC) *Leninsk-Kuznetski, Neftekamsk, Odintsovo, Salavat and Solikamsk substabs by User:Darwinek (actually I have created more than 20 of these substabs) - Darwinek (User:Darwinek) 02:02, 1 February 2006


Pago Pago

and critical success for Swanson, one of her last. The film was based on the short story "Rain" by author W. Somerset Maugham and the 1923 play of the same name by John Colton (John Colton (screenwriter)) and Clemence Randolph. On 15 April 1926, ''Thompson'' steamed with the Fleet from San Francisco for fleet problems in Hawaiian waters. Upon completion of this training on 1 July she departed Pearl Harbor with the Fleet, bound for a goodwill cruise to Australia and New

address lat long directions phone +1 684 633-5981 tollfree fax hours price checkin checkout content Sadie Thompson was the prostitute who featured in the short story "Rain" by Somerset Maugham. There are 12 rooms for $135 and 2 apartments for $175. *


Orleans, Massachusetts

References * Town of Orleans official website * Orleans Chamber of Commerce * Snow Library * "Arena Theater recalled in Argo's 'Summer Stock Story

'" * French Cable Station Museum (Category:Orleans, Massachusetts) Category:Populated coastal places in Massachusetts Category:Populated places established in 1693 Category:Towns in Barnstable County, Massachusetts Category:Towns in Massachusetts Harwich is on the southern side of Cape Cod, just west of the southeastern corner. It is bordered by Dennis


Milwaukie, Oregon

April 4, 2009 url http: www.portlandtribune.com news story.php?story_id 123879942431141000 accessdate 2009-05-20 Literature Faith makes appearances in various ''Buffy'' and ''Angel'' comic books (List of Buffyverse comics) and novels (List of Buffyverse novels). In the ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer'' comic book story "Haunted (Haunted (Buffy comic))", an imprisoned Faith reveals to Angel her memories of being in a coma between ''Buffy'' seasons three and four

the ''Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe'' movie serial. Hurd, Jud, "The Al Williamson Story", ''Cartoonist Profiles'' #3 (Summer 1969), p.31 While living in Bogotá he met future cartoonist Adolfo Buylla, who befriended him and gave him artistic advice. Schultz, Mark (contributor). ''Al Williamson: Hidden Lands'' (anthology) Milwaukie, Oregon: Dark Horse Books (Dark Horse Comics), 2004, p. 15. ISBN 1-56971-816-4. At age 12


Abu Ghraib

, 2004 (UTC) ** There are too many Abu Ghraib pictures to tell that part of the story. Select the most descriptive photos of the lot and use them. ke4roh (User:Ke4roh) 15:44, Jun 29, 2004 (UTC) *** I don't understand what you mean when you say "There are too many pictures to tell that part of the story." Please explain further. Neutrality (User:Neutrality) 23:47, 29 Jun 2004 (UTC) *** I don't understand what you mean when you say "There are too many

pictures to tell that part of the story." Please explain further. Neutrality (User:Neutrality) 23:47, 29 Jun 2004 (UTC) ****For the reader to understand the abuses at Abu Ghraib, there need only be a couple of pictures to accompany the prose. The one with the corpse and the one with the body pile and green hoods on prisoners are explanatory and expository of the types of events that occured. I suggest keeping them. The picture of Graner hitting prisoners is not as helpful because a) we


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