Bay City

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Bay City, Metro Manila
... Bay City is the name for the reclamation area located west of Roxas Boulevard on Manila Bay in Metro Manila, the Philippines ... was to reclaim 3,000 hectares of land in Manila Bay ... Although the PEA advertises Bay City as the "new business capital" of Manila, development is proceeding slowly ...
Saginaw Valley League
... It was formed in the fall of 1904 with five teams Bay City Eastern (Bay City Central), Bay City Western (Bay City Handy), Saginaw Eastern (Saginaw High ...
Sagnasty - Culture - Media - Television Stations
... Saginaw is part of Nielsen's Flint-Saginaw-Bay City-Midland Designated Market Area which is the 66th largest market in the United States for Television Viewers ... WNEM which maintains its studios and offices inside the City though its license is for Bay City, MI ... Only NBC affiliate WEYI and Christian station WAQP have the City of Saginaw as their city of record but both maintain their facilities outside of the city ...
State Theatre (Bay City, Michigan)
... The State Theatre is a single-screen movie theater located in Bay City, Michigan ... the many vaudeville and burlesque houses in Bay City ... In 1930 the theater was renovated and reopened as the "Bay" ...
South Pacific Coast Railroad - Ferry Service - Bay City
... Bay City stayed on the Alameda route under Southern Pacific ownership, and survived collision with the lumber schooner Tampico on a foggy day in 1906 ... On 8 July 1912, Bay City lost power when the engine main shaft broke, and drifted in the mid-bay until a tug arrived to tow her ashore ... Southern Pacific ferry Melrose collided with Bay City in a dense patch of fog on 26 January 1913 ...

Famous quotes containing the words city and/or bay:

    When men were all asleep the snow came flying,
    In large white flakes falling on the city brown,
    Stealthily and perpetually settling and loosely lying,
    Hushing the latest traffic of the drowsy town;
    Robert Bridges (1844–1930)

    Three miles long and two streets wide, the town curls around the bay ... a gaudy run with Mediterranean splashes of color, crowded steep-pitched roofs, fishing piers and fishing boats whose stench of mackerel and gasoline is as aphrodisiac to the sensuous nose as the clean bar-whisky smell of a nightclub where call girls congregate.
    Norman Mailer (b. 1923)