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    The Disney Concert Hall in Downtown Los Angeles is home to the Los Angeles Philharmonic. The contemporary architecture combined with the atmosphere of the city enhanced the musical experience. On the first of December, within the walls of the modern venue, the audience was taken back to the eighteenth and eighteenth century when Bach and Beethoven were in the center of classical music. Although the performance of the previous concert I attended (Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra) was outstanding, I could feel the the LA Philharmonic, led by Gustavo Dudamel, is more prestiges. The audience was well-dressed and had a joyful attitude toward the event. The program included Johan Sebastian Bach’s Adagio and Fugue in C major, Ludwig van Beethoven’s Quintet in E-flat major. As the name of…

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    additional 50 cents. Most of the other products hover between $3-$4. This locally-owned coffee shop compensates for its high price through the exemplification of excellent service, selling of signature products, as well as a versatile homely atmosphere conducive to either studying or relaxation. Place The Pearl Cup currently has two locations: II Creeks Plaza and Dallas Arts District. The II Creeks Plaza is about five minutes from the University of Texas at Dallas. This is a great location for…

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    peaceful, the “Black Bloc” group, known for violent protests and the use of dangerous and deadly weapons are expected. Additionally, FIU student James Jones is known to have sympathy with Hamas. He was recently arrested and found in possession of pipe bombs and other bomb making material. He is currently free, and likely to be present at this event. The likelihood of some form of violence at Bicentennial Park is high, although the consequences are moderate, as any attack from this vantage…

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    James Bum Analysis

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    La Grange Fire Departments own Firefighter/Paramedic James Baum was the keynote speaker. James Baum, is a military veteran who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom I & II (2003-2004) and in South Korea as a member of the 8th Army United Nations Command Honor Guard (2005-2006). After completing his service he then studied to become a firefighter Paramedic. James served previously with Sugar Grove and Wheaton Fire Departments before joining the La Grange Fire Department in 2010.…

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    Both of the advertisements relate to LeBron James and his basketball career, while tying in the use of Nike products. Additionally, both advertisements portray LeBron James and others around him wearing the Nike brand in different environments. Even though the advertisements both involve diverse communities, a sense of togetherness, and comfortable shoes, analyzing them from the beginning to the end shows how each displays a difference in how the content of each is received. In the first…

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    The Distillery District

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    Introduction The Distillery District is a heritage building community located to the east of the downtown core in Toronto. Gooderham and Worts founded the site as a distillery in 1832, and by the 1860s, it was the largest distillery in the world. The deindustrialization of neighbouring areas subsequently resulted in the closure of all remaining distillery operations by 1990. By 2003, the Distillery District was transformed into a pedestrian oriented area, allowing for a dynamic public space…

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    Little Tokyo: a relatively small 67 acres of land, rich with cultural and social history, a hotspot for tourists and Los Angeles natives alike, a landmark of Japanese American society right in the center of downtown Los Angeles. With its roots tracing as far back as the 1880’s, even to this day it continues to bring in and entertain tourists daily, with its small town charm and many interesting and exciting attractions. Little Tokyo serves as a hub for Japanese culture and tradition, new and…

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    Urban Observation Report

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    city. Notably, the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transit System has a vast range of services that keeps various parts of the city connected. For the purpose of the following field project, I chose to observe the Blue Line light rail system. The Blue Line system starts at 7th Street/Metro Center, which is the regional connector to other metro systems (Red Line, Purple, Expo, and Silver Line) and ends at Downtown Long Beach. The Blue Line is a 22.0-mile light rail line operating north-south between…

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    only help the homeless hungry and sick. But also helps people just in need of the help desperately, for example Saira’s story. Saira’s story is not unusual. Fleeing a relationship that left her hurting and infected with HIV, she needed to start over somewhere safe. She came to Los Angeles with her kids and found The Salvation Army’s Alegria. She’s received support from the caring and loving staff in a judgement-free environment where her diagnosis is well-understood. In the mid 1990s, The…

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    and Childhood Nathaniel was born and raised in Cleveland Ohio. Growing up Nathaniel attend private classes to learn how to play his first instrument, that was the cello he was a fanatic of Beethoven music. Nathanial was a child prodigy he was very dedicated and passionate about playing the cello. As a child he did not play baseball or football as the rest of the children his age would. Instead he was so dedicated and passionate about music that it was the only thing he did. Nathanel was always…

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