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Haze (band)

Formed in 1978 by the brothers Chris McMahon bass, keyboards and vocals, and Paul McMahon guitar and vocals, they played their first concert at Stephen Hill Youth Club, Sheffield on 10 November that year. They had several drummers before the long ...

                                               

Libitina (band)

Libitina is a British Gothic band formed in 1994 by University of Sheffield students. The band has released five albums on its own Libation Records label. Originally formed as a four-piece with Danny on vocals, the band pared down to a three-piec ...

                                               

Thomas Tantrum

Thomas Tantrum consists of Megan Thomas lead vocals, guitar, Dave Wade Brown drums, vocals, David Miatt guitars, vocals, and Jim Shivers bass, vocals. English singer-songwriter Lily Allen is considered one of Thomas Tantrums famous fans. The band ...

                                               

Bournville Village Trust

Bournville Village Trust is an organisation that was created to maintain and improve the suburb of Bournville, located in Birmingham. However, during the 20th century it expanded its geographical coverage to include developments in Shenley Green, ...

                                               

Desi Xpress

Desi Xpress was first launched in the Midlands region in England in September 2004 before becoming national in September 2005. The entertainment weekly catered predominantly to the British South-Asian community and its tabloid format aimed to app ...

                                               

Broadcasting in Birmingham, West Midlands

                                               

Walter dEynsham

Walter dEynsham, also known as Walter de Hempsham was a medieval Archbishop of Canterbury-elect. Walter was a monk of Christ Church Priory in Canterbury, when he was chosen to be the Archbishop of Canterbury on 3 August 1228 by his fellow monks o ...

                                               

Reginald (sub-prior)

Reginald was a medieval Archbishop of Canterbury-elect. Reginald was the sub-prior of the cathedral chapter of Canterbury when the monks chose him to succeed Hubert Walter before October 1205. The election was quashed by the pope before 20 Decemb ...

                                               

Ram FM

Ram FM was an Independent Local Radio station, which broadcast to central and southern parts of Derbyshire on 102.8 FM. The station merged with two other East Midlands stations, Trent FM and Leicester Sound to form Capital FM East Midlands on Mon ...

                                               

Foyles Building

The Foyles Building at 111–119 Charing Cross Road and 1–12 Manette Street, London, was the flagship store of the Foyles bookshop chain from 1929 to 2014, and at one time, the worlds largest bookshop. The business moved next door to 107–109 Charin ...

                                               

Leisure in the London Borough of Croydon

                                               

Libraries in the London Borough of Croydon

                                               

Theatres in the London Borough of Croydon

                                               

List of national radio programmes made in Manchester

                                               

Radio Norwich 99.9

The station was part of Tindle Radio Group, former owners of neighbouring North Norfolk Radio and 103.4 The Beach. The station was known as Crown FM during its 28-day trial RSL broadcasts. Crown FM began broadcasting trials on 3 July 1999 using a ...

                                               

Swanee River (band)

Swanee River is a blues rock band from Northern Ireland. Swanee River was formed in 2004. Their musical style is a mixture of rock, soul, funk and metal.

                                               

Bels Boys

The three members of the band are Graham McKee lead vocals/bass guitar as Vince, Luke OReilly lead guitar/vocals as Leon and Eoin Logan drums/vocals as Tay. Their sound is similar to that of acts such as The Monkees, McFly and Led Zeppelin. They ...

                                               

The Hazey Janes

The band consists of Andrew Mitchell, Liam Brennan and siblings Alice Marra and Matthew Marra. Formed around 2000 by guitarist Andrew Mitchell and bass player Matthew Marra, the band plays music that has been described as a fusion of country-rock ...

                                               

Lucille Lortel Theatre

The Lucille Lortel Theatre is an off-Broadway playhouse at 121 Christopher Street in Manhattans West Village. It was built in 1926 as a 590-seat movie theater called the New Hudson, later known as Hudson Playhouse. The interior is largely unchang ...

                                               

Eureka Valley, San Francisco

Eureka Valley is a neighborhood in San Francisco, primarily a quiet residential neighborhood but boasting one of the most visited sub-neighborhoods in the city, The Castro. The neighborhood is popular with families and the LGBT community. The rai ...

                                               

S Shuttle

The S Shuttle is a light rail service on the Muni Metro system in San Francisco, California. The service began in 2001 as the S Castro Shuttle, an effort to reduce crowding at Castro station. It was briefly discontinued in 2007 when the T Third S ...

                                               

Bad Girls Club (season 10)

The tenth season of Bad Girls Club is titled Bad Girls Club: Atlanta and premiered on January 15, 2013 and was filmed in Atlanta, Georgia. For this season, the show returned to the United States. Also, this is the fifth season to take place in a ...

                                               

Eliot Congregational Church

Eliot Congregational Church is an historic Congregational church at 56 Dale Street, at the corner of 118-120 Walnut Avenue in Boston, Massachusetts. The main church building was designed by J. Williams Beal and built in 1873. It is built out of R ...

                                               

Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church (East Boston, Massachusetts)

The church was built in 1905 and was a focal point of the local Italian American community until it was ordered shut down by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston in late 2004. On October 10, 2004, as the final mass was celebrated, parishioner ...

                                               

Saint Clement Eucharistic Shrine (Boston, Massachusetts)

Saint Clement Eucharistic Shrine is a historic Roman Catholic shrine located on Boylston Street in Back Bay, Boston, Massachusetts. It is dedicated to the adoration of the Eucharist. Saint Clement Shrine is a church of the Archdiocese of Boston, ...

                                               

Seamens Bethel, Boston

The Seamens Bethel in Boston was a Methodist church whose pastor was the famous preacher Edward Thompson Taylor. The building was purchased by Italian immigrants and became the Sacred Heart Church in 1888.

                                               

St. Joseph Catholic Church (Boston, Massachusetts)

St. Joseph Catholic Church is a Roman Catholic church serving Beacon Hill and the West End in Boston, Massachusetts. Designed by Alexander Parris and built in 1834 for the Twelfth Congregational Society, it was purchased by the Boston Roman Catho ...

                                               

St. Leonards Church (Boston)

St. Leonards Church is a Roman Catholic church located at the corner of Hanover and Prince Streets in the North End of Boston, Massachusetts. It is one of the oldest churches built by Italian immigrants in the United States. The church is a pendi ...

                                               

Anthonys Pier 4

Anthonys Pier 4 was a restaurant on the South Boston waterfront opened in 1963 by restaurateur Anthony Athanas. By the early 1980s, the restaurant was grossing about million annually, making it one of the highest-grossing restaurants in the Unite ...

                                               

Biba (restaurant)

Biba was an award winning restaurant in Boston owned by Lydia Shire. It" opened to great fanfare” in 1989. The restaurant, overlooking the Public Garden, was designed by Adam Tihany. The menu was described as" Shires own particular eclectic blend ...

                                               

St. Ann Church (Bridgeport, Connecticut)

Located in the historic Black Rock section of Bridgeport, this church dates from the 1940s and was designed by noted architect J. Gerald Phelan who designed the main campus of Fairfield University along with many other churches, schools, convents ...

                                               

Blessed Sacrament Church (Bridgeport, Connecticut)

Blessed Sacrament is a Roman Catholic church in Bridgeport, Connecticut, in the Diocese of Bridgeport. The church began as a basement church formed under Rev. T. B. Smith. The initial building was built during 1917 and 1918 and was meant to be te ...

                                               

St. Charles Borromeo Church (Bridgeport, Connecticut)

St. Charles Borromeo Parish is a Roman Catholic church located on the East Side neighborhood of Bridgeport, Connecticut, part of the Diocese of Bridgeport. Its architecture is Gothic Revival. St. Charles Borromeo has masses in different languages ...

                                               

Saint George Parish (Bridgeport, Connecticut)

Built originally for a Lithuanian congregation this parish in now nearly 80 percent Spanish-speaking. This elegant Romanesque Revival church dates from shortly after the founding of the parish in 1907.

                                               

Church at Charlotte

New City Church is a multi-site church in Charlotte, NC. The church is a member of the Evangelical Free Church of America denomination. New City has three campuses, one in the SouthPark area of Charlotte, one on Monroe Road in Matthews, NC, and o ...

                                               

Next Level Church

Next Level Church initially began meeting as a launch team in January 2005 at Park Church South in Pineville, North Carolina. Meetings were held on Sunday nights and drew around 40 people. The church held its first public worship service on Sunda ...

                                               

Belli & Belli Architects and Engineers

                                               

BKL Architecture

bKL Architecture is an architecture practice in Chicago, Illinois, United States, founded in 2010 by Thomas Kerwin with the support of James Loewenberg. Practicing primarily in the United States and China, the office has locations in Chicago and ...

                                               

Brininstool + Lynch

Brininstool + Lynch, Ltd. is a Chicago-based architecture firm named for partners David Brininstool and Brad Lynch. Founded in 1989, the 33-person firm offers architecture, planning, interior and product design services. The firm is known for its ...

                                               

Chicago Metallic Corporation

Chicago Metallic Corporation is a major global provider of architectural building products and service - including metal panels and ceiling system, suspended grid systems, and acoustical and sustainable ceiling panels. The company was noted by th ...

                                               

Cordogan Clark & Associates

Cordogan Clark & Associates is an architecture, planning and engineering firm based in Illinois with offices in Chicago, Aurora, IL, and Lafayette, IN. The firm was founded in 1951 by Louis Cordogan. John Cordogan joined the firm in 1981 and in 1 ...

                                               

Levy & Klein

Levy & Klein was a prominent architectural firm known for their theater designs. Their work includes the Landmarks Century Centre Cinema in Chicago and Marbro Theater in Chicago. Their work also includes the Granada Theatre and North Avenue Baths ...

                                               

Loebl Schlossman & Hackl

Loebl Schlossman & Hackl is an American architecture firm based in Chicago, Illinois. Founded in 1925 and known by various names through the years, the firm is responsible for the design of several major Chicago landmarks including the 1975 Water ...

                                               

Lucien Lagrange Architects

Lucien Lagrange & Associates or Lucien Lagrange Architects is an architecture firm founded by Lucien Lagrange in 1985. The company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2010. The company is located at 605 North Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois, ...

                                               

Nagle Hartray Architecture

Chicago firm Nagle Hartray Architecture was founded in 1966. The firms early reputation was grounded in single-family and multi-family housing. Recent and current projects reflect diversification of the former focus, emphasizing educational, spir ...

                                               

Patton & Fisher

Patton & Fisher was an architectural firm in Chicago, Illinois. It operated under that name from 1885 to 1899 and later operated under the names Patton, Fisher & Miller and Patton & Miller. Several of its works are listed on the National Register ...

                                               

Perkins, Chatten & Hammond

                                               

Solomon Cordwell Buenz

Solomon Cordwell Buenz is an international architecture, interior design and planning firm based in Chicago, Illinois with offices in San Francisco, California and Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Founded in 1931, the firm has been one of the lar ...

                                               

Studio Gang Architects

Studio Gang is an American architecture and urban design practice with offices in Chicago, New York, and San Francisco. Founded and led by architect Jeanne Gang, the Studio is known for its material research and experimentation, collaboration acr ...

                                               

UrbanLab

UrbanLab is an American architecture and urban design firm with headquarters in Chicago. Founded by Martin Felsen, FAIA, and Sarah Dunn in 2001, the office is known for its focus on sustainability, creative experimentation and a collaborative app ...

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