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downtown

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the central or lower part of a city, esp the main commercial area
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The Downtowners are part of the Village to Village Network, which was created in 2010.
The backs of downtowners everywhere will be splashed with some type of Liberty print this summer, but it's the grounded twist from Los Angeles sneaker line Stamp'd, that's got us feverish for flowers.
In addition to booking downtowners such as Arthur and Gordon, List also invited jazz musicians/composers to the venue--and not just a few.
Just 10 employees work at the store.Before it opened, downtowners had to journey out to Nashville's east or west ends, or beyond, for even the simplest staples.
This quaint coffeehouse in an alley is popular with locals and expat downtowners alike, and will be filled with an eclectic mix of people at any time of the day.
In mid-April, the downtowners were taking their redevelopment plan to city councillors to get their approval to access federal and provincial funding.
The central thread of downtowners battling to survive, connect and cultivate some kind of artistic purity in an increasingly soulless corporate world is still there.
The Downtowners have the backing of Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, city centre management team and Capital of Culture team.
Fogelson presents a history of downtown's rise and fall, its place in the minds of the American people, and the role played by prominent downtowners (businessmen, property owners, municipal politicians, planners, and engineers) who labored to stop its headlong decline.
BACK TO TOWN Percent of downtowners who are Caucasian: 1990 2000 Atlanta 12% 18% Houston 29% 35% Memphis, Tenn.
is a perfectly competent (but hardly exciting) dance lubricant from an odd conglomeration of Manhattan downtowners called Family Fantastic.
Shiloh Espresso, which also opened on Emma Avenue, serves gourmet coffee drinks to the downtowners.