Description Sears under pass Roosevelt Blvd Philadelphia closed off for many years. Used in the old days for customers and Emp. At Sears to cross in a safe way instead of walking a long way to a light or trying to cross one of the most deadly Highway in the USA. Filmed by John Hrosovsky
Homeless along I-205 Highway in Portland, Oregon near Powell Blvd on June 18, 2018.
At least in Violation of Oregon laws pursuant to ORS 203.079, ORS 203.077, and City of Portland Code 14A.50.020. Rampant open drug use, aggressive-borderline violent behavior, sex in public.
Gorgeous two bedroom apartment located on E 51 Street between Church Avenue and Linden Blvd
This is a 360 degree view of A Special Memory Wedding Chapel near Las Vegas Blvd, approximately 1.3 miles north of the Stratosphere tower hotel casino. Address: 800 South 4th Street, Las Vegas, NV 89101
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0:11 Exit 20, Canada Rd, Lakeland, Tennessee, Isaac Hayes Memorial Hwy, I-40 West
2:20 Exit 18, St Francis Hospital Bartlett, US 64, Cordova, Memphis
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3:41 Exit 16A, Germantown
4:02 IKEA Memphis Home Furnishings, 7900 Ikea Way, Cordova ikea.com
4:50 Mattress & Box Springs?
5:10 Shh. Turn your lights up!
6:07 Exit 14, Whitten Rd
7:36 Exit 12, Sycamore View Rd
11:10 I-240 Westbound
11:27 Exit 13A-B, Walnut Grove Rd
12:21 Poplar Ave, Germantown, 1/2 mile
12:48 US 72
12:56 Exit 15 A-B
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15:59 Exit 18 S Perkins Rd
16:46 Delta Medical Center
18:19 Exit 21, Cherokee Blvd
20:04 Exit 23A, Christian Brothers University
20:49 W B Fowler Sr Expressway
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22:01 Downtown Memphis, Follow I-240 North
22:59 Exit 25A, I-240 Southbound
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25:56 GrandStar, 3283 Elvis Presley Blvd, Memphis, Tennessee
5:14 – 8:00 Step in the Name of Love – R. Kelly, Jive/Legacy
22:36 – 25:40 Get Right Back To My Baby – Vivian Green, Make Noise, LLC
Once those two wonderful ladies told me that the QLine was free to ride until July 1, I wasn’t going to miss an opportunity to ride. I parked my car on a side street off Woodward, hopped on the streetcar (hey, that’s what they are) at Grand Blvd., and rode south.
If you’re a Detroit native or visitor who hasn’t been back in 20 or 30 years (or even 10), the changes to Woodward and downtown will absolutely amaze you. There’s rehab and construction all the way from Grand Blvd. to the river. Wayne State University is a huge presence, as are the sports teams. Crowds in front of theaters on a late Sunday afternoon are always a good sign.
The old Fox Theater, which saw Detroit both in its glory days as the center of the American car industry and the WWII “Arsenal of Democracy” and during its 70’s-80’s-90’s nadir, looks out over a bustling Woodward Ave. once again.
The People Mover has gotten a makeover, with gleaming blue cars.
And I never thought I’d be able to say “FedEx Office”, “Starbucks”, or “American Apparel” and “Detroit” in the same breath. But I can!
It’s a shame that big old Hudson’s Department Store isn’t still here, but I’m sure some big chain will smell the meat a-cookin. It’s great that things are happening in downtown Detroit outside of Greektown.
As a side note, Woodward Avenue has some seriously beautiful churches. You Detroit residents who are architectural buffs are very fortunate
Wednesday July 3rd, Norfolk Fire-Rescue Medic 1 & Engine 1 responding lights & siren, clearly intersection of Church St & VA Beach Blvd.
Another CN tanker train heading westbound crossing Wooddale Blvd. in Baton Rouge, LA.
I really like the sound of the Safetran Type 1 electric bell
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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas as the City of Lancaster prepares for the Antelope Valley’s premier winter event, A Magical BLVD Christmas, to be held Saturday, December 10 from 5 – 9 p.m., bringing the excitement and joy of the holiday season to downtown Lancaster. Attendees of all ages are sure to enjoy this very special evening, featuring seasonal entertainment, festive decorations, and Christmastime activities. There will also be numerous holiday shopping opportunities at the event’s Christkindlmarkt and many BLVD businesses.
“One of the beauties of the holiday season is how it brings people of all ages and backgrounds together. There is an increased emphasis on spending time with people who are important to you; families gather, friends throw Christmas parties, neighbors decorate their communities, and people spend time at special events such as this,” said Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris. “It is always a treat to see our diverse and culturally rich community come out to A Magical BLVD Christmas – people laughing, talking, shopping, and enjoying the wonderful sights and sounds of the holiday season together.”
A Magical BLVD Christmas has been a family favorite since 2010, with activities that have become much-loved traditions for local residents including: taking an enchanting journey through brightly lit streets on the holiday train; making original crafts at Santa’s Workshop; stopping for seasonal short films on Date Avenue; and helping create a holiday mural. A live ice sculpting demonstration will once again amaze attendees as a solid block of ice is transformed into a one-of-a-kind holiday work of art. The real snow transported from the local mountains creates a children’s sledding area right on The BLVD. New to the event this year are the North Pole Petting Zoo and the Holiday Sleigh Ride.
Between the event’s growing Christkindlmarkt – which features crafts, homemade goods, and specialty seasonal items – and The BLVD’s many unique shops, restaurants, and boutiques, attendees will find countless Christmas gift options and holiday goodies. By doing more of their holiday shopping here in Lancaster, residents keep their money in the local economy and help support local business owners. In addition to Christkindlmarkt and The BLVD merchants, over a dozen food vendors will cook up delightful holiday treats at the event.
The spectacular annual holiday celebration, held on The BLVD between Beech and Genoa Avenues, always includes breathtaking entertainment – this year featuring World Choir Championship winners, the Sunday Night Singers, who are sure to perform numerous holiday favorites. In addition, the Palmdale Chamber Singers, the Quartz Hill High School A Cappella Choir, the Calvary Chapel Church Choir, the Antelope Valley Children’s Choir, and Just Us 4 will perform throughout the evening on three stages – the BeX Bandstand stage at Ehrlich Avenue, the Cedar stage, and the outdoor stage in front of the Lancaster Performing Arts Center (LPAC).
Each year, the Antelope Valley Transportation Authority (AVTA) hosts its annual “Stuff-a-Bus” holiday gift campaign throughout the Valley. On December 10, the bus will stop on The BLVD, with attendees invited to bring new, unwrapped toys to help families in need enjoy the holidays.
Be sure to invite family, friends, and neighbors to enjoy the festive, fun, and enchanting winter wonderland experience at A Magical BLVD Christmas on December 10. For more information, visit www.cityoflancasterca.org/magical.
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Rehab Drug and Alcohol Detox Treatment Centers near me -Asking for Luxury Drug and Alcohol Detox treatment centers near me. There’s a lot of vagueness surrounding what happens at a detox center. If you’ve never been there, knowing what goes down isn’t a given. Well, Detox Centers assist with most dependency problems, like addiction to alcohol, opioid, benzodiazepine and more. Contact with family and friends during this time is typically limited.
You probably know that the body suffers withdrawal symptoms when you abruptly stop taking something that your body got used to. Detox treatment offered by these centers involves SAFELY withdrawing people from their dependencies, under the care and supervision of a trusted, qualified professional.
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LANCASTER, California – A group of juveniles, after harassing people walking along Lancaster Blvd, assaulted a woman for what appeared to be a random act of violence.
Adam Chant, a Blvd business owner, saw the assault from The Bandstand cafe after he had just made the comment to another patron, “Those kids are going to go from loud and obnoxious to physical violence.” Chant recognized the teens as known troublemakers. He called the Sheriff’s Department to report a possible crime in progress.
Los Angeles Sheriff, the fire department, and an ambulance arrived on the scene within minutes and treated the victim for minor injuries then transported her to the hospital.
Khalil’s Grand Opening 2525 E S Blvd Montgomery, AL 36116
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Church On The Road
2525 E. S. Blvd
BISHOP William D. Paul PhD – CEO
March 24, 2018
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Keyboard – Korg Kross – from www.sweetwater.com – Justin Sunday
Drums – Simmons SD7PK – from Lizenby’s Music – Lance Lizenby
Front Speakers – Fender 115XP – from Lizenby’s Music
Mixer – Behringer Europower PMX3000 from Lizenby’s Music,
Audio Record – Tascam DR-05 – Guitar Center
Microphone – AKG Perception 120
Camera – Panasonic G2 – Ebay
Car & robot @ 9-11 never forget event @ lancaster Blvd, Lancaster Ca