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    Favazza's Case Study

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    for those guilty McDonald’s trips? Favazza’s, on the corner of Southwest and Marconi, is a very classy, well managed restaurant that is sure to make all of their customers leave happy. Favazza’s is a well-known restaurant to those familiar with “The Hill”. It’s a family place, run by a family business. The very first Favazza’s was in Downtown St. Louis, owned by the father of the current owners of Favazza’s on the Hill, Tony and John. Tony and John Favazza have been in the restaurant business their entire life and said that if they ever wanted to see their father, they had to come into work because their father worked 18 hours a day. Being a family business, the Favazza family wanted their restaurant to be a family place. This is why their menu and their restaurant is suitable for any crowd. It’s perfect for group events, or even just a date night.…

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    The Hill Community

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    The Hill is the Italian community of St. Louis; it has the largest Italian American majority in St. Louis. The population is approximately 2,500 people including myself. It is home to many Italian businesses, mostly restaurant, bakeries, and delis. The name comes from the fact that the highest point of the city is in the Hill’s borders. The Hill community has played a crucial role in my development as a person. In the late 1800s and early 1900s Italians started to settle the area because of…

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    On November 2, 2016, I, Deputy John Arnold, went to Canyon Road Baptist Church at 8550 South 49th West Avenue in Creek County, Oklahoma where Deputy Brandan Welsh was completing a stolen vehicle report. Upon my arrival the victim had already left. Deputy Welsh stated the victim arrived at the church at approximately 6:15 P.M. and at approximately 7:15 P.M. when he went to leave church, he discovered his 2007 Silver Cadillac STS sedan missing from the church parking lot. While Deputy Welsh was…

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    result of the increase of leisure time and demand for entertainment, sports rapidly became a part of mainstream life and politics. By 1930, sports had drawn a within itself an ability to draw large crowds of not just spectators but followers, enthusiasts, and commentators. This led nations to understand that sports have such a strong cultural appeal and understand when Penelope Kissoudi said “sport is capable of bringing together a large number of people and that increasingly it has played an…

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    of impoverished areas — drive-thru’s, corner stores that only sell processed and packaged food; and bars. The Gate District is also home to forty city-owned vacant lots, totaling 104,595 square feet of unused space(LRA) — equivalent to about two full-sized football fields. Even if we subtract half of the total square feet for walking paths and ample working room; That is still enough square footage to grow vegetables to feed 3,268 people for an entire growing season(Market Gardener). The actual…

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    For my site visit, I visited the Holocaust Museum & Learning Center. It is located at 12 Millstone Campus Drive in St. Louis, Missouri. I am extremely happy that I was able to do this visit here. I have always been very interested in the Holocaust and am always open to learning more about it. By doing the site visit here I was able to better understand the background information and what all goes into preparing a museum for visitors to come visit. I learned a lot and while I was there, the…

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    Journal 2 This week I was able to do a small site visit when I turned in my paperwork. Unfortunately, I was not able to see where they kept the children because my background check and other important information had not yet been processed, but I was still able to get a good idea of what volunteering at the St. Louis Crisis Nursery will be like. When I first pulled up, I was very surprised at the building the nursery was in. I was expecting a fun environment which would be filled with toys…

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    school of Arts and Research in Chicago and the Dunham School in New York. After she disbanded her dance company in 1964, she moved on to becoming a teacher at Southern Illinois University (SIU). Darlene Roy explained that Dunham turned the time of the sensibilities of the black students on campus because there were very few African American professors or artists and residences at that point in time; Dunham gave us a sense of completeness, pride, and sense of owning some portion of that facility.…

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    autobiographical play. A Streetcar Named Desire, although meant to a play that anyone can relate to, also contained characters and situations from his life. In both plays, the characters are drawn from his life. This essay will discuss is the similarities between The Glass Menagerie and A Streetcar Named Desire, which have similar characters and themes throughout them. A Streetcar Named Desire takes place in New Orleans. The characters are Blanche Dubois, Stanley Kowalski, Stella Kowalski…

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    Ice Hockey Research Paper

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    Throughout history, the evolution of sports has persisted as a prominent and alluring global phenomenon in which, over the years, has developed as a cultural tradition in our daily lives. Despite the countless variety of sports that exist, all admirers share the mutual aspect of holding unified joy during practice or observation of the sport. Because of this, sports allow people to become socially consolidated in an effort to support their favorite sport’s team and celebrate the concept of…

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