Goat Island


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Goat Island.

1 Former name of Yerba Buena IslandYerba Buena Island,
300 acres (121 hectares), W Calif., in San Francisco Bay. It is the midpoint of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge, which crosses the island through a tunnel. There are coast guard facilities on the island.
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, San Fransisco Bay, Calif. 2 Island, W N.Y., in the Niagara River, dividing Niagara Falls into the American and the Canadian falls.
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Its detached fore-end remained jammed against that little island, Green Island it used to be called, which forms the stepping-stone between the mainland and Goat Island's patch of trees.
The issue at hand was in that the white lesbian called the war veteran a homophobic bigot because he was doing his job by taking 15-minutes to interview a surprising group of mostly black pastors who were protesting by singing hymns over the massive 43-couple gay wedding on Goat Island in 2008.
* A new exhibition/performance series held in conjunction with the city's Year of Chicago Theatre celebration titled "goat island archive -- we have discovered the performance by making it" opens Saturday, March 30, at the Sidney R.
Several homes and recreational vehicles were damaged by falling trees near the Goat Island Recreational Area.
More details of the findings will be released tomorrow, with a three-dimensional image of the site near tiny Goat Island, off the city of Newport, Rhode Island.
off Goat Island -- a small island in the Narragansett Bay.
'One of their requests is to have a rain catcher for the goat island.'
Most locals call it Goat Island due to the goats that once inhabited the island.
She discusses wooden legs: Goat Island's acts of repair, houses falling down: archival violence in Steve McQueen's Deadpan, incorrect and incomplete: Ross McElwee's fictions and Samuel Delany's lies, the empty stage: a story about the past by Matthew Buckingham, stupid birds: temporal dissidence in The Lastmaker, transitional objects: Dario Robleto's spools, and wooden feet: Francis AlEs and syncopated time.
The view from my room at Blue Waters Inn, a tranquil seaside hotel where I spend a few nights en route to Castara, takes in Goat Island, on which stands a solitary house that may or may not have belonged to Ian Fleming.
The park also has several trails from which day hikers can get fine views south, toward central Brookings, and northwesterly in the direction of Goat Island. The single largest unit of the Oregon Islands National Wildlife Refuge, created in 1936, the 21-acre Goat Island is home to more than 100,000 sea birds of 11 species, many of which dig burrows in which to nest.