at the Foreign Service School in Washington, he took on his first post, as a vice consul in Geneva, Switzerland. Within a year, he was transferred to a post in Hamburg, Germany. In 1928, Kennan considered leaving the Foreign Service to go back to school when he was selected for a linguist training program that would give him three years of graduate level study without having to leave the service. DATE OF BIRTH February 16, 1904 PLACE OF BIRTH
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Angeles , Oakland, Sacramento, Salt Lake City, Cheyenne, San Antonio, New Orleans, Houston, Savannah, and back up the east coast to New England. The actors assembled for the tour had to be able to play multiple parts and included Orson Welles, Basil Rathbone, Brian Aherne, and Flush. Jamie Toulon went on to play guitar for the Milwaukee band Doomsday Cauldron. He later moved to New York City and played in a punk band named Apox, which released an album titled ''Prevalence'' in 1998. He was also an original member of Star Fucking Hipsters, a side project of Leftöver Crack member, Stza. Jamie later joined his brother in Planned Collapse until both brothers left the band. Clay Pigeon, a WFMU DJ who often records conversations with random NYC street people, included a fifteen minute interview with Jamie on his August 26, 2010 broadcast. In the interview, Jamie revealed that he was living on the streets of New York City and was battling an ongoing drug addiction. Jamie committed suicide in Lynchburg, Virginia on June 10, 2011, seven months after the death of his brother. WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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worked at WITI (WITI (TV)) in Milwaukee, WSAW in north central Wisconsin and at KETV in Omaha, Nebraska. Boyd resides in Edina, Minnesota, and has 2 children. When not using her powers, Ashley is a proverbial 'big fish in a small pond', being the most famous fashion model in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, her hometown. Although offers have come her way numerous times for more prospective opportunities, she has declined them all, choosing to stay in Milwaukee with the team she considers family. On October 21, 2006, Radulov made his NHL debut with the Nashville Predators against the Vancouver Canucks, logging seven minutes and one minor penalty. He scored his first career NHL goal on his first career shot against the San Jose Sharks on October 26. Following another reassignment to Milwaukee, Radulov remained on the Nashville roster for the rest of the 2006–07 season (2006–07 NHL season) after he was recalled on November 21, 2006. Sam was born to his mother Susan Liebert at Mercy Hospital in Milwaukee, WI. He was born at 2:32 PM on a Wednesday at 8lbs, 8 ounces and 21 inches. He grew up in West Allis, a suburb of Milwaukee. He went to Pre-school and kindergarten there until he was 5 years old, and his mother was promoted. They moved to Janesville, WI in 1990. Examples of artist-run spaces include City Racing, BANK (BANK (art collective)), studio1.1 Studio Voltaire, Cubitt Artists Cubitt and Auto Italia South East in London, Milwaukee's BATHAS Internationale, Berlin's Sparwasser HQ , island6 in Shanghai, Vitamin Creative Space in Guangzhou, 16 Beaver (New York (New York City)), Good Children (New Orleans), Mercer Union and YYZ Artists' Outlet (Toronto), p-10 (Singapore), Southern Exposure (San Francisco), Transmission Gallery and Market Gallery in Glasgow, The Embassy Gallery and Total Kunst in Edinburgh, Generator Projects in Dundee, OUTPOST Gallery and STEW Gallery & Artist Studios in Norwich. In the last years many artist-run spaces started opening in South America, mostly in Brazil and Argentina, an example being APPETITE Gallery (Appetite (art gallery)) in Buenos Aires . '''Harold's Chicken Shack''' (also referred to as '''The Fried Chicken King''', '''Harold's Chicken''', or simply '''Harold's''') is a chain of fried chicken restaurants located primarily in Chicago, particularly on its South Side (South side (Chicago)). Harold's has been a Chicago South Side institution for many years and is known for its uniquely prepared chicken. There are dozens of "shacks" on Chicago's South Side, and several on the West Side and a few, more recent, franchises are located on the North Side. Harold's Chicken is also available in the central Illinois town of Normal (Normal, Illinois). Additionally, Harold's has opened franchises in Detroit, Milwaukee, Las Vegas (Las Vegas Valley), Madison, Wisconsin, and the Dallas area. lon description The original section of Central School was designed by the Milwaukee firm of Van Ryn & DeGelleke and built in 1904-05. Two Dutch Colonial Revival wings were designed by John D. Chubb of Chicago and added in 1910-11. The building was used as a school until 1980, and was used for storage afterward. Recently, plans are in the works renovate it into an 18-unit cooperative housing. News operation The station ran an 11-minute long newscast at 11 p.m. from 2007 to April 2011, WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin
. The festival lasts for 11 days, is made up of 11 stages with performances from over 700 bands, and since the mid-1970s has run from late June through early July, usually including the 4th of July (Independence Day (United States)) holiday. Official Summerfest Website Summerfest attracts between 800,000 and 1,000,000 people each year, promoting itself as "The World's Largest Music Festival," a title certified by the Guinness World Records in 1999. OnMilwaukee.com - In Summerfest Guide Briefs - Total Summerfest attendance was... "My Midwest" Magazine - Fun in the Sun by Jeanette Hurt; May 1st, 2007 - United States Washington, D.C. New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, Phoenix (Phoenix, Arizona), Philadelphia, San Antonio, San Diego, Dallas, San Jose (San Jose, California), Detroit, Jacksonville (Jacksonville, Florida), Indianapolis, San Francisco, Columbus (Columbus, Ohio), Austin (Austin, Texas), Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee), Fort Worth (Fort Worth, Texas), Baltimore, Charlotte (Charlotte, North Carolina), El Paso (El Paso, Texas), Milwaukee, Boston, Seattle, Denver (Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area ranks 4th) - * November 23 – The Bolsheviks release the full text of the previously secret Sykes-Picot Agreement in ''Izvestia'' and ''Pravda''; it is subsequently printed in the ''Manchester Guardian'' on November 26. * November 24 – In Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 9 members of the Milwaukee Police Department are killed by a bomb, the most fatal single event in U.S. police history until the September 11, 2001 attacks. * November 25 – WWI:German forces defeat Portuguese army of about 1200 at Negomano on the border of modern-day Mozambique and Tanzania. ** Bloody Friday (Bloody Friday (1972)): 22 bombs planted by the Provisional IRA explode in Belfast, Northern Ireland; nine people are killed and 130 seriously injured. CAIN: Chronology of the Conflict – 1972 ** Comedian George Carlin is arrested by Milwaukee police for public obscenity, for reciting his "Seven Words You Can Never Say On Television" at Summerfest. ** A collision between two trains near Sevilla, Spain kills 76 people. The Justice Department launched a series of raids on January 2, 1920 with follow up operations over the next few days. Smaller raids extended over the next 6 weeks. At least 3000 were arrested, and many others were held for various lengths of time. The entire enterprise replicated the November action on a larger scale, including arrests and seizures without search warrants, as well as detention in overcrowded and unsanitary holding facilities. Hoover later admitted "clear cases of brutality." Murray, 227-9 The raids covered more than 30 cities and towns in 23 states, but those west of the Mississippi and south of the Ohio were "publicity gestures" designed to make the effort appear nationwide in scope. States (cities where available): California (Los Angeles, San Francisco), Colorado (Denver), Connecticut (Ansonia (Ansonia, Connecticut), Bridgeport (Bridgeport, Connecticut), Hartford (Hartford, Connecticut), Meriden (Meriden, Connecticut), New Haven (New Haven, Connecticut), New London (New London, Connecticut), South Manchester (Manchester, Connecticut), Waterbury (Waterbury, Connecticut)), Florida, Illinois (Chicago, Rockford (Rockford, Illinois), East St. Louis (East St. Louis, Illinois)), Indiana, Iowa (Des Moines (Des Moines, Iowa)), Kansas (Kansas City (Kansas City, Kansas)), Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts (Boston, Chelsea (Chelsea, Massachusetts), Brockton (Brockton, Massachusetts), Bridgewater (Bridgewater, Massachusetts), Norwood (Norwood, Massachusetts), Worcester (Worcester, Massachusetts), Springfield (Springfield, Massachusetts), Chicopee Falls (Chicopee, Massachusetts), Holyoke (Holyoke, Massachusetts), Gardner (Gardner, Massachusetts), Fitchburg (Fitchburg, Massachusetts), Lowell (Lowell, Massachusetts), Lawrence (Lawrence, Massachusetts), Haverhill (Haverhill, Massachusetts)), Michigan (Detroit), Minnesota (St. Paul (Saint Paul, Minnesota)), Nebraska (Omaha (Omaha, Nebraska)), New Hampshire (Claremont (Claremont, New Hampshire), Derry (Derry, New Hampshire), Lincoln (Lincoln, New Hampshire), Manchester (Manchester, New Hampshire), Nashua (Nashua, New Hampshire), Portsmouth (Portsmouth, New Hampshire)), New Jersey (Camden (Camden, New Jersey)), New York (Buffalo (Buffalo, New York) and "nearby towns", New York City), Ohio (Cleveland, Toledo (Toledo, Ohio), Youngstown (Youngstown, Ohio)), Oregon (Portland (Portland, Oregon)), Pennsylvania (Chester (Chester, Pennsylvania), Pittsburgh), Washington (Spokane (Spokane, Washington)), Wisconsin (Milwaukee, Racine (Racine, Wisconsin)). Others were arrested in West Virginia by agents working from Pittsburgh. Post, 91-2, 96, 104-5, 108, 110, 115-6, 120-1, 124, 126, 131 Because the raids targeted entire organizations, agents arrested everyone found in organization meeting halls, not only arresting non-radical organization members but also visitors who did not belong to a target organization, and sometimes American citizens not eligible for arrest and deportation. Post, 96-147, ''passim'' Early years Ferber was born August 15, 1885, in Kalamazoo, Michigan, to a Hungarian (Hungary)-born Jewish storekeeper and his Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Milwaukee)-born wife, Jacob Charles and Julia (Neumann) Ferber. After living in Chicago, Illinois, and Ottumwa, Iowa, at the age of 12 Ferber and her family moved to Appleton, Wisconsin, where she graduated from high school and briefly attended Lawrence University. She took newspaper jobs at the ''Appleton Daily Crescent (Appleton Post-Crescent)'' and the ''Milwaukee Journal (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)'' before publishing her first novel. She covered the 1920 Republican National Convention and 1920 Democratic National Convention for the United Press Association (United Press International). '''Milwaukee Brewers''' 15 Milwaukee, WI (Wisconsin) Miller Park (Miller Park (Milwaukee)) The firm of Arthur Andersen was founded in 1913 by Arthur Andersen and Clarence DeLany as Andersen, DeLany & Co. WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Allis Art Museum , located in the Tudor-style mansion of Charles Allis, hosts several changing exhibits every year in the building's original antique furnished setting. * William F. Eisner Museum of Advertising & Design Science and natural history thumb The Calling (di Suvero) The Calling (File:Milwaukee Wisconsin 5514.jpg) I-beams thumb Discovery World (File:Discovery World Milwaukee Wisconsin 5598.jpg) * The Milwaukee Public Museum has been Milwaukee's
, the Milwaukee River has become a prominent downtown development area with a mix of high-end residential, commercial and recreational uses.Also visit the "Bronze Fonz" a statue dedicated to Happy Days character,Fonzy. *
date September 14, 2011 accessdate December 10, 2011 Underground popularity: mid 1990s In the mid-1990s the American punk (punk rock) and indie rock movements, which had been largely underground since the early 1980s, became part of mainstream culture. After Nirvana (Nirvana (band))'s success, major record labels capitalized on the popularity of alternative rock and other underground music by signing numerous independent bands and spending large amounts of capital promoting them. Greenwald, p. 33. In 1994, the same year that Jawbreaker's ''24 Hour Revenge Therapy'' and Sunny Day Real Estate's ''Diary'' were released, pop punk acts Green Day and The Offspring had mutiplatinum (Oro album) successes with their respective albums ''Dookie'' and ''Smash (Smash (The Offspring album))''. In the wake of the underground going mainstream, over the next several years emo as a genre retreated, reformed, and morphed into a national subculture, then eventually something more. Drawing inspiration from bands like Jawbreaker, Drive Like Jehu, and Fugazi, the new sound of emo was a mixture of hardcore (hardcore punk)'s passion and indie rock's intelligence, bearing the anthemic power of punk rock and its do-it-yourself (Do it yourself) work ethic but with smoother songs, sloppier melodies, and yearning vocals. Greenwald, pp. 34–35. Many of the new emo bands originated from the Midwestern (Midwestern United States) and Central United States, such as Braid (Braid (band)) from Champaign (Champaign, Illinois)-Urbana, Illinois, Christie Front Drive from Denver, Colorado, Mineral (Mineral (band)) from Austin, Texas, Jimmy Eat World from Mesa, Arizona, The Get Up Kids from Kansas City, Missouri, and The Promise Ring from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Greenwald, p. 34. According to Andy Greenwald, "This was the period when emo earned many, if not all, of the stereotypes that have lasted to this day: boy-driven, glasses-wearing, overly sensitive, overly brainy, chiming-guitar-driven college music." Criticisms of ramp metering primarily centre on impacts to users nearer to the urban core, which are typically delayed by the ramp metering, as compared to often uncontrolled users approaching from further out along the system. Such considerations may raise questions of equity, as was prevalent with the Milwaukee system. In the longer-term, it is conceivable that population growth may be encouraged further from the urban core and discouraged nearer, potentially encouraging sprawl development (urban sprawl) and increasing fuel usage. Additional concerns include queued traffic overflowing out of the ramps and onto other streets approaching the interchange. However some cities, like Atlanta, have fixed this by having the meters shut off temporarily to "flush out" the ramp once the traffic hits the streets. The meters then turn back on once the ramp has been cleared. Another concern is the increased pollutant emissions arising from the metered traffic and from the additional emissions from accelerating from a stop to freeway speeds (versus accelerating from street speeds to freeway speeds). WikiPedia:Milwaukee Dmoz:Regional North America United States Wisconsin Localities M Milwaukee commons:Milwaukee, Wisconsin
) deathmatch . The main street interviewer in the show, he hails from Milwaukee in Wisconsin, and wears a Russian ushanka. An interview with Rab and Ryan in GamesTM Magazine in February 2007 suggested that Legend is unlikely to return in Series Three due to the fact that the team are unkeen on 'comedy that takes the piss out of unwitting members of the public'. *'''John Gacy''' - Based upon the serial killer John Wayne Gacy, this is one of the more controversial characters
'''Milwaukee''' ( ; Hoocąk (Winnebago language): ''Tešišik'' title Locations work Hoocąk Waaziija Haci Language Division, A Division of The Ho-Chunk Nation accessdate 2014-04-06 url http: hocak.info mysite HTM%20All Locations.htm ) is the largest city in the State (U.S. state) of Wisconsin, the 31st most populous (List of United States cities by population) city in the United States, and 39th most populous (Table of United States Metropolitan Statistical Areas) region in the United States. It is the county seat of Milwaukee County (Milwaukee County, Wisconsin) and is located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan. According to 2010 census data, the City of Milwaukee has a population of
The first Europeans to pass through the area were French (France) Catholic (Catholic Church) missionaries and fur traders. In 1818, the French-Canadian (French Canadian) explorer Solomon Juneau settled in the area, and in 1846 Juneau's town combined with two neighboring towns to incorporate as the City of Milwaukee. Large numbers of German (German people) and other immigrants helped increase the city's population during the 1840s and the following decades.
Known for its brewing traditions, major new additions to the city include the Milwaukee Riverwalk, the Wisconsin Center, Miller Park (Miller Park (Milwaukee)), an internationally renowned addition to the Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee Repertory Theater, and Pier Wisconsin, as well as major renovations to the U.S. Cellular Arena. In addition, many new skyscrapers, condos, lofts and apartments have been constructed in neighborhoods (Neighborhoods of Milwaukee) on and near the lakefront and riverbanks.
There have been five ships (USS Milwaukee) of the United States Navy named after the city, including USS ''Milwaukee'' (LCS-5) (USS Milwaukee (LCS-5)).