Parker's initial vision was inspired by two famous Southern alleys
: Printer's Alley
in Nashville, which began as a connector between the city's early publishing shops and has been lined with nightclubs since the 1940s, and Pirate's Alley
in New Orleans's French Quarter, which has accrued many legends--some factual, most not--over the city's three centuries.
This grant allows us to improve overall cleanliness in more than half of the alleys
in Ward 8 allowing us to have an immediate impact on health and safety concerns.
in the heart of the big city present a different value, sometimes appreciated more in terms of monetary worth.
Even unpaved alleys
, with hard-packed surfaces caused by years of vehicle use, contribute to runoff, Luers said.
If a state is not part of any of the four alleys
, does that mean it never has tornadoes?
Right across the street from Jim Tomolo's office is a bricked up door surrounded by carved molding-that's the entrance to one of Clinton's famous bowling alleys
This team of dedicated workers, supported by the Working Neighbourhoods Fund, has over the last two years transformed many back alleys
by working with residents to improve their environment.
The street system in the central parts of Tehran is comprised of very broad boulevards (khiabans) that on average are about a half kilometer apart, with the resulting huge blocks intersected by many narrow alleys
The owner of FAB, a new apparel shop in Willits Alley
, Caine appeared before the city commission last week to voice her concerns on the condition of the alley
We eventually did a questionnaire to see if bowling was something people were interested in and took it to the other bowling alleys
around the city and found out many people there were Harlem residents who went downtown to bowl.
Jones said there have been few complaints about the more than 900 alleys
that have been gated in the city.
Besides executing their cuts through their alleys
, the players are now asked to read their defender.