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The Big Bopper
... February 3, 1959) also commonly known as The Big Bopper, was an American disc jockey, singer, and songwriter whose big voice and exuberant personality made him an early rock and roll star ...
The Big U - Literary Significance and Criticism
... By the time Snow Crash was published, The Big U was out of print, and Stephenson was content to leave it that way ... President John Silber, although his name and the names of his predecessors as Presidents of the big U are taken from the Roman Emperors Commodus to Septimius ... The neon Big Wheel sign plays the part of the Citgo sign just east of the BU campus in Kenmore Square ...
Big Bear Lake, California - History
... Big Bear Lake was inhabited by the indigenous Serrano Indians for over 2,000 years before it was explored by Benjamin Wilson and his party ... and the Grizzly bears, from which the area received its name, Big Bear Valley grew rapidly during the Southern California Gold Rush from 1861 to 1912 ... A trip to Big Bear Lake from San Bernardino took two days on horse-drawn coaches ...
Big Bear Lake, California - Transportation
... Big Bear City Airport, a general aviation airport in the Big Bear City section of unincorporated San Bernardino County, serves Big Bear Lake ... The MARTA Provides Service from downtown San Bernardino to Big Bear Lake ... The Big Bear Valley offers three highways ...

Famous quotes containing the word big:

    When I say artist I don’t mean in the narrow sense of the word—but the man who is building things—creating molding the earth—whether it be the plains of the west—or the iron ore of Penn. It’s all a big game of construction—some with a brush—some with a shovel—some choose a pen.
    Jackson Pollock (1912–1956)

    The religious inebriation of big cities.—Pantheism.
    I am everyone; everyone is me.
    Whirlwind.
    Charles Baudelaire (1821–1867)