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off the streets." The Coalition is co-chaired by Boston Mayor Thomas Menino and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg. The Downtown Cleveland Alliance, along with help from Mayor Frank Jackson, created a Business Improvement District (BID) for Cleveland's central business district. The owners of buildings and businesses pay fees, which aid in funding the Clean & Safe Ambassadors, who clean the sidewalks and assist visitors when needed, security forces and other projects

. '''World Airways Flight 30''' was a McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30 (McDonnell Douglas DC-10) airliner which suffered a fatality incident upon landing at Boston Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts, after departing Newark International Airport (Newark Liberty International Airport) on January 23, 1982. Early life Roberto Ivens was the son of Margarida Júlia de Medeiros Castelo Branco and Robert Breakspeare Ivens (1822-?). Margarida was of lower nobility


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-minded members of the press. Instead of an unmannered caricature "heathen" described by enemies of the Kingdom of Hawai commons:Boston


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research at American Telegraph & Telephone (American Telephone & Telegraph), Stone created his own company to build transmitting stations for the U.S. Navy (United States Navy). In 1907, Stone started in Boston the Society of Wireless Telegraph Engineers (SWTE). He won the Franklin Institute Edward Longstreth Medal in 1913.


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Arlington Avenue, and in Lexington (Lexington,_Massachusetts) it follows the former Main Street south of the Battle Green. That same year, when he was only 19, Jones was a violinist among the thousands of instrumentalists and singers who played at the World's Peace Jubilee and International Musical Festival in Boston, organized by bandmaster Patrick Gilmore. One of the special invited guests was the Viennese composer, Johann Strauss Jr, who performed some of his popular waltzes


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in nearby Easton (Easton, Massachusetts), and eventually at her own shows. Working with her then manager Gabriel Unger, McKenna released four critically acclaimed independent CDs: ''Paper Wings and Halo'' (produced by Seth Connelly), ''Pieces of Me (Pieces of Me (Lori McKenna album))'' (produced by Crit Harmon), ''The Kitchen Tapes'' (self-produced demos), and ''Bittertown'' (produced by Lorne Entress). During this period she recorded for Signature Sounds, won awards from


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French horn player to ever attend the college and took part in many ensembles; he is also featured on some ''Jazz in the Classroom'' albums. Clausen taught at Berklee for a year after graduation. Born in Boston, MA, Mike Ladd has written and produced ten critically acclaimed albums: Easy Listening For Armageddon (Scratchie Mercury); Welcome to the AfterFuture and Vernacular Homicide (LikeMadd Ozone); The Infesticons: Gun Hill Road


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and performances take place every year at Mortensen Plaza (Riverfront Recapture Organization) by the banks of the CT River. These events are held outdoors and include live music, festivals, dance, arts and crafts and they are very diverse in ethnicity. Hartford also has a vibrant theater scene with major Broadway productions at the Bushnell Theater as well as performances at the Hartford Stage and Theaterworks (City Arts). '''Hartford 21:''' Recently completed on the site of the former Hartford Civic


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;refarticles world spanish%20flu%20facts 111285 Channel 4 – News – Spanish flu facts. The oldest remaining building of Plymouth, Massachusetts is the Harlow House built 1677 and now a museum. The Fairbanks House (Fairbanks House (Dedham, Massachusetts)) (ca. 1636) in Dedham, Massachusetts is the oldest remaining wood frame house in North America. Several notable colonial era buildings remain in Boston. Boston's


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Encyclopedia of all the Diversions, Athletic, Scientific, and Recreative, of Boyhood and Youth''. Clarke, William. ''The Boy's Own Book: A Complete Encyclopedia of all the Diversions, Athletic, Scientific, and Recreative, of Boyhood and Youth''. Fourth Edition. Vizetelly, Branston and Co., 1829. According to sports historian Robert William Henderson, "It was a tremendous contrast


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'''Boston''' (pronounced Included in the CSA: MA counties: Bristol, Essex, Middlesex, Norfolk, Plymouth, Suffolk and Worcester; NH counties: Belknap, Hillsborough, Merrimack, Rockingham and Strafford; RI counties (entire state): Bristol, Kent, Newport, Providence and Washington (South County)

One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston was founded on the Shawmut Peninsula in 1630 by Puritan settlers from England.

The area's many colleges and universities make Boston an international center of higher education and medicine, and the city is considered to be a world leader in innovation for a variety of reasons.

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