novel feature was her armor of interlocking iron rails. The ''New Ironsides'' was much influenced by the
; 17 03 2001 align left The first '''USS ''Columbus''''' was a ship in the Continental Navy. Built at Philadelphia in 1774 as ''Sally'', she was purchased for the Continental Navy in November 1775, Captain Abraham Whipple in command. On March 11, 2010, Welch appeared as himself in the fourteenth episode of the fourth season of the hit NBC sitcom
) Yesterday ". They would later go on to play at the 2006 Summer Sonic music festival, which was hosted by Metallica in Japan. Linkinpark.com, Linkin Park, Fort Minor at Summer Sonic in Japan , Retrieved on June 9, 2007 Live concerts Throughout its history, MTV has covered global benefit concert series live. For most of July 13, 1985, MTV
. By combining a mix of rock and roll, reggae, ska and folk music, The Hooters first gained major commercial success in the United States in the mid 1980s due to heavy radio and MTV airplay of several songs including "All You Zombies (All You Zombies (song))," "Day By Day," "And We Danced" and "Where Do The Children Go." Their popularity resulted in the band opening the Philadelphia portion of the Live Aid benefit concert in 1985
condiment that is not available in a jar outside the stand will be fried onions; '''with''' (or ''"wit"'' in Philly parlance) or '''without''' ("witout") will specify your preference on the matter. So 'Whiz "Wit", Provolone "Witout",' etc. Not too complicated, and a straightforward way to have a nice local moment on your travels. Local and street food You can also find cheesesteaks at '''Reading Terminal Market
by Philadelphia baker and fig lover Charles Roser, who, in 1892, was awarded a patent for a machine which inserted fig creme into a cake-like dough: classical fig rolls are encased in a more pastry-like covering, creating a chewy experience. Naming his product '''Newtons''' after the local town of Newton, Massachusetts, he approached the Cambridgeport, Massachusetts based Kennedy Biscuit Company, who agreed to take on production and sales. Charles Darwin's '' The Origin
came ''The Mike Douglas Show'', which aired its first Philadelphia-based show on August 30, 1965. Even after ownership reverted back to NBC, WKYC in Cleveland continued to carry the program for many years afterward. Guests ranged from Truman Capote and Richard Nixon to The Rolling Stones, Herman's Hermits and Kiss (Kiss (band)), with an occasional on-camera appearance from Tim Conway (who would later be discovered at WJW). Moe Howard of "Three Stooges" fame
''. As KYW-TV's owner, Group W, successfully had a station swap with NBC overturned by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission). Westinghouse returned to Philadelphia on June 19, 1965 with call letters KYW-TV. Along with the station swap came ''The Mike Douglas Show'', which aired its first Philadelphia-based show on August 30, 1965. Even after ownership reverted back to NBC, WKYC in Cleveland continued to carry the program for many years afterward. Guests ranged from
;subkey 16117&start 782 publisher The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching title Institutions:Widener University-Main Campus accessdate 2007-03-31 It also one of 76 institutions classified as a ''Community Engagement Institution''; only 2 other schools in the Philadelphia region share this classification, University of Pennsylvania and Bryn Mawr College.
news sub.asp?key 51&subkey 2126 publisher The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching title Carnegie Selects Colleges and Universities for New Elective Community Engagement Classification accessdate 2007-03-10 archiveurl http: web.archive.org web 20070204072053 http: www.carnegiefoundation.org news sub.asp?key 51&subkey 2126 archivedate 2007-02-04 '''Honors program''' The Honors Program in General
http: www.nzherald.co.nz entertainment news article.cfm?c_id 1501119&objectid 10675771 title Nzherald.co.nz publisher Nzherald.co.nz date accessdate 30 August 2011 . He was flown back to the UK for an operation and series of radiation and chemotherapy treatment. He has made good process and continues regular treatment to this day. The Verve’s Pete Salisbury acted as a stand-in drummer for the remainder of the Charlatans UK dates. Jon Brookes returned to the stage for the band's Christmas and New Year Eve's gigs in 2010. The popularity and reputation of the Dr. Anderson’s treatments grew throughout the early 19th Century and by 1809, there were three buildings on the site, including The Stone House, Crockford and a precursor to the Evitt House. According to a travelogue by Joshua Galpin in 1809, these buildings included a “large frame lodging house and several smaller ones for families – warm and cold baths and a billiard room.” In 1824, Bedford Springs was hailed as the “Montpelier of America” in a column in the July edition of the National Gazette & Library Register, which noted with praise the waters, accommodations, activities, food and wine. The popularity of the resort benefited from the emphasis on outdoor life in the mid-nineteenth century as east coast American cities became increasingly industrialized and polluted, and from the establishment of stops in Bedford for the B&O (Baltimore and Ohio Railroad) and Pennsylvania Railroads beginning in 1872, providing easy accessibility from cities such as Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, and New York. As of September 30, 2010, Comcast serves a total of 22.9 million cable customers, 16.7 million high-speed Internet customers, and 8.4 million voice customers. Comcast is headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and also has corporate offices in Atlanta, Detroit, Denver, and Manchester, New Hampshire. Comcast Corporate Overview. Comcast.com. Retrieved on July 8, 2011. * Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - There are several underground concourses in Center City (Center City, Philadelphia) built around the Center City Commuter Connection including parts of Suburban Station, Market East Station, the Market-Frankford Line, and Broad Street Line. It is possible to walk from 8th Street to 18th Street east to west and Arch Street to Spruce Street north to south. left thumb Birthplace of Everett in Dorchester, MA. ca.1898 photo (File:Birthplace of Edward Everett.jpg) Everett was born in Boston, Massachusetts, to the Rev. Oliver Everett, He was the one time pastor at the New South Church (New South Church (Boston, Massachusetts)), in Boston, Massachusetts. a 1779 graduate of Harvard College, E. Clapp, History of the town of Dorchester, Massachusetts (Dorchester Antiquarian and Historical Society, 1859), p. 534 and Lucy Hill, the daughter of Alexander S. Hill of Philadelphia. He was a direct descendant of Richard Everett and first cousin to Congressman Horace Everett. He attended Boston Latin School and Phillips Exeter Academy and, at the age of 13, he was admitted to Harvard University. In 1811, at age 17, he graduated as the valedictorian of his class. He studied theology under the urging of the Rev. Joseph Stevens Buckminster, and was ordained pastor of the Brattle Street Church in Boston in 1814. But he soon gave up the pulpit for further studies and a post as professor of Greek literature (Ancient Greek literature). Extreme Championship Wrestling (1998–2001) In 1998, Psaltis was informed that Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) employee Buh Buh Ray Dudley (Mark LoMonaco) was interested in bringing her into ECW. At the behest of Dudley, Psaltis traveled to the ECW Arena (The Arena (Philadelphia)) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where ECW promoter Paul Heyman told her that he would book (List of professional wrestling terms#B) her for several appearances in an angle (List of professional wrestling terms#A) with Lance Storm. She debuted in ECW on August 28, 1998 as the manager of Storm, feuding (Feud (professional wrestling)) with Chris Candido and his manager, Tammy Lynn Sytch. Although she was only supposed to have a three week role in the company, Heyman was impressed by the chemistry between Psaltis and Storm and offered her a contract, which she accepted. Psaltis created her character to be in love with Storm and clumsy rather than glamorous. PA 179 and Route 179 follow a part of the 18th-century Old York Road which ran between Philadelphia and New York City. Prior to 1953, the road was '''Route S29''' from the Delaware River to downtown Lambertville, a part of Route 29 (New Jersey Route 29) between Lambertville and Ringoes, and a concurrency of Route 29 and Route 30 (New Jersey Route 30) in Ringoes. The route was also part of US 202, which was designated over 1926-created US 122 (U.S. Route 122 (1926)) in the mid 1930s. In 1953, the Route S29 and 29 designations were removed in favor of US 202 and Route 30 became Route 69 (New Jersey Route 69) (now Route 31). Route 179 was formed in 1965 when a bypass for Ringoes was built for US 202 and Route 69. Route 179 extended to Lambertville and PA 179 was created in 1974 when the new US 202 freeway, running over the New Hope-Lambertville Toll Bridge, was completed. left thumb NJ 179 at County Route 579 in Ringoes. A "TO" banner should be added above the NJ 31 shield as it does not pass through Ringoes anymore. (Image:NJ 179 NB at CR 579 2.JPG) The current alignment of PA 179 and Route 179 was a part of Old York Road, a historical 18th-century road that connected Philadelphia to New York City.
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.