. in Philadelphia, later at Drexel University, and then at the Franklin & Marshall College. Philadelphia-based brothers Travis and Steven Fogelman had been producing with hip hop (Hip hop music) artists for over a decade prior to forming Daughter Darling; Stephen had been spinning hip hop since he was 13, while his younger brother Travis began experimenting with sampling (Sampling (music)) and drum and bass production since 1994. Noticing the negative direction they saw hip hop
friend Tony Keeler for a while, before he decided to move to the city of Philadelphia, where, at the advice of Jack Fisk, who was already attending it, he decided to enroll at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, something he preferred far more than his previous art college in Boston, claiming that "In Philadelphia there were great and serious painters, and everybody was inspiring one another and it was a beautiful time there." Lynch and Rodley 2005 (#Lyn05). pp. 36
of the Basketball Association of America (BAA), the league that would eventually become the National Basketball Association after a merger with the National Basketball League (National Basketball League (United States)) (NBL). Dream Theater returned to perform the North American leg of the tour on July 24 in San Diego, California and wrapped up on August 26 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They played with opening acts Redemption (Redemption (band)) and Into Eternity (band
of his opening acts, and in 1976, he suggested that they changed their name from Raw Soul to Maze. '''Flying Fish Brewing Company''' is a small craft beer brewer (brewing) founded in Cherry Hill, New Jersey (approximately seven miles east of Philadelphia) in 1995 and opened for business in late 1996. Flying Fish - History It was first founded on the World Wide Web, allowing beer lovers to participate in selecting and naming the types of beers the brewery would produce, volunteer as taste-testers, or even to sign up to be a brewer. Bianchi attended P.S. 4 elementary school, and he graduated from Long Island City High School in 1950. A Korean War veteran and a 1954 graduate of Bowling Green State University, he was voted on the “All Ohio Team” and received honorable mention on the All American Basketball team. Beginning in 1956, Bianchi played for the Syracuse Nationals of the NBA. He moved with the team to Philadelphia as the 76ers (Philadelphia 76ers) in 1963. birth_date
not just steep rebates of up to 50% for their product, but also rebates for the shipment of competing products. Part of this scheme was the announcement of sharply increased freight charges. This touched off a firestorm of protest from independent oil well owners, including boycotts and vandalism, which eventually led to the discovery of Standard Oil's part in the deal. A major New York refiner, Charles Pratt and Company, headed by Charles Pratt
OF BIRTH April 15, 1942 PLACE OF BIRTH Philadelphia, Pennsylvania DATE OF DEATH November 18, 2011 His TV roles have often portrayed authority figures, such as a recurring guest-starring role as a high school principal on ''Dawson's Creek'', an appearance as a judge in a two-part episode of ''Any Day Now (Any Day Now (TV series))'', and as the father of the main characters on ''Half & Half''. He also played Harvard college Dean Cain in the movie '' How High
, intelligent and capable girls. They're very much in tune with their era. Besides being good students, they are good athletes — excellent skiers and swimmers. Both can cook and sew and play the piano and ride a horse. But, above all, my children are good sports, conscious of their position and considerate of others. They are sympathetic to the problems and concerns in the world today."
it remained until finally going off the air in 1982. A second series, ''The Mike Douglas Entertainment Hour'', ended production in 1982, which Douglas hosted CNN's Los Angeles-based celebrity interview show, ''People Now'', taking over the hosting duties from Lee Leonard. He was replaced in January 1983 by WTBS personality Bill Tush. Talk show He next surfaced in 1961 in Cleveland, where a onetime Chicago colleague hired him for $ (United States dollar)400 a week as an afternoon
, Red Buttons, Billy Crystal, David Steinberg, Hugh O'Brian, Burt Reynolds, William Shatner, Sly Stone, John Lennon & Yoko Ono. In July 1978, the talk show's home base was transferred to Los Angeles, where it remained until finally going off the air in 1982. A second series, ''The Mike Douglas Entertainment Hour'', ended production in 1982, which Douglas hosted CNN's Los Angeles-based celebrity interview show, ''People Now'', taking over
conducting special submarine detection tests with aircraft and patrol vessels from Key West, Florida. After having new engines installed at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the spring of 1918, she resumed patrols in the Caribbean until the end of the war, when she returned to the sub base at New London, Connecticut. From there, she operated in Long Island Sound, often with student officers from the submarine school on board. Ship awarded Ship builder William Cramp and Sons
''. In 1993, Siegel returned to Infectious Grooves to record the album ''Sarsippius' Ark'' February 16 of the same year; then him and Greg Saenz got together to form the power trio My Head, leaving Excel definitely. After three years of silence, with Brandon Rudley on guitar and "Max" on drums (drum kit), Excel returned with a new stoner metal style to record a new split album with the band ''Shrine''. http: metal-archives.com release.php?id 209640
of Pennsylvania . He is a member of the Democratic Party (Democratic Party (United States)). Prior to his election to the Supreme Court, he was a judge on the Superior Court of Pennsylvania and a municipal court judge in Philadelphia. He was the judge at "Eagles Court", an ''ad hoc'' court created to deal with unruly fans at Philadelphia Eagles games. Biography Born at Roxboro, North Carolina, Yarborough enrolled in class no. 4, Marine Corps Reserve, on April 7, 1917, the day after the United States entered World War I, and was given the provisional rank of second lieutenant. After instruction at the Marine Barracks, Parris Island, South Carolina, he reported to the Marine Barracks at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on June 4, 1917 for duty with the 16th Company, 5th Regiment of Marines. Taken to New York in ''Seattle'' (Armored Cruiser No. 11) (USS Seattle (CA-11)), Yarborough embarked in ''Henderson'' (Transport No. 1) (USS Henderson (AP-1)) on June 14, 1917 sailed for France that day; and reached St. Nazaire on the 27th of June. Named for Marine General Archibald Henderson, she was launched by Philadelphia Navy Yard on 17 June 1916; sponsored by Miss Genevieve W. Taylor, great-granddaughter of General Henderson; and commissioned at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 24 May 1917, Lt. C. W. Steel in command. DATE OF DEATH 18 November 1862 PLACE OF DEATH Philadelphia, Pennsylvania thumb right A statue of Rayburn near the ground level courtyard (File:Rayburn statue.JPG) The Architect of the Capitol, J. George Stewart, with the approval of the House Office Building Commission, selected the firm of Harbeson, Hough, Livingston & Larson of Philadelphia to design a stripped-down classical building in architectural harmony with other Capitol Hill structures. However, while the interior design of the other House Office Buildings retains decor one would expect to see in House Office Buildings (with cherry wood panellings, brass railings and marble floors), Rayburn possesses design style parallel to that of the 1960s, with chrome door handles, clocks, and elevators, loudly-colored walls coated with a shade of turquoise, and space-age fluorescent lighting fixtures. Locations The film plot is set in the Philadelphia area and the New Jersey shore. The filming occurred in many locations: *The house that Billy grows up in is located in Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania, where exterior scenes were shot; '''WRSD''', known as "Ridley School District Radio", is a variety radio station which is broadcast in the Philadelphia area. The station is broadcast locally from a transmitter located in Folsom, PA, and covers a fairly large radius around the Folsom, PA area. WRSD features a variety of programming, which is mostly done during the school year by locals themselves. '''WZZE''' is an American Top 40 radio station, which is located in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area. The station is broadcast via a transmitter located in Glen Mills, Pennsylvania. WZZE features a variety of disc jockeys who all have various shifts at the station itself. '''WJBR-FM''' (99.5 FM (FM broadcasting)) is a Wilmington, Delaware-based Adult Contemporary music formatted radio station. Although the station is broadcast from Wilmington, the signal is strong enough to be a competitive station in the Philadelphia radio market as it is Philadelphia's only radio station to have a similar format to rival WBEB. '''WXTU''' (92.5 FM (FM broadcasting), "92-5 XTU") is a Country music formatted radio station which is broadcast in the Philadelphia area. It is the largest country radio station in the United States based on listener cume (Arbitron) (WUSN in Chicago is the second largest).
In 1682, William Penn founded the city to serve as capital of the Pennsylvania Colony (Province of Pennsylvania). During the American Revolution, Philadelphia played an instrumental role as a meeting place for the Founding Fathers of the United States, who signed the Declaration of Independence (United States Declaration of Independence) in 1776 and the Constitution (United States Constitution) in 1787. Philadelphia was one of the nation's capitals (List of capitals in the United States) during the Revolutionary War (American Revolutionary War), and the city served as the temporary U.S. capital while Washington, D.C., was under construction. During the 19th century, Philadelphia became a major industrial center and railroad hub that grew from an influx of European immigrants. It became a prime destination for African Americans during the Great Migration (Great Migration (African American)) and surpassed two million occupants by 1950. Following numerous civil rights protests and riots (race riots), the city experienced decades of heavy crime and neared bankruptcy by the 1980s. Revitalization began in the 1990s with gentrification turning around many neighbors and reversing its decades-long trend of population loss.
The city is the center of economic activity in Pennsylvania, and is home to the Philadelphia Stock Exchange and seven Fortune 1000 companies. It is also known for its arts and culture. The cheesesteak and soft pretzel (Pretzel) are emblematic of Philadelphia cuisine (Cuisine of Philadelphia), which is shaped by the city's ethnic mix. The city has more outdoor sculptures and murals than any other American city, Gateway to Public Art in Philadelphia, ''Fairmount Park Art Association''. and Philadelphia's Fairmount Park is the largest landscaped urban park in the world.