Crenshaw Boulevard

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List Of Hospitals In Alabama
... South Boulevard, 36111 Baypointe Hospital Mobile Mobile 60 None 5800 ... Southland Drive, 36693 Beacon Children's Hospital Crenshaw Luverne 24 None ... Hospital of Tuscaloosa, LLC Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa 27 None 809 University Boulevard East, 4th Floor, 35401 Madison Hospital Madison Madison 60 None 8375 ... Highway 72 West, 35758 ... Infirmary Providence Hospital Mobile Mobile 349 Level III 6801 ... Airport Boulevard, 36685 Randolph Medical Center Randolph Roanoke 25 None 59928 ... Highway 22, 36274 closed in May 2011 Red Bay Hospital ...
List Of Current Metro Local Routes - 100-199 - 105 - La Cienega Boulevard - Vernon Avenue
... Line 105 operates along La Cienega Boulevard and Vernon Avenue from West Hollywood to Vernon and Santa Fe Avenues in Vernon ... Between Vernon Avenue and La Cienega Boulevard, it operates on Rodeo Road (from La Cienega Boulevard to Martin Luther King, Jr ... Boulevard), Martin Luther King, Jr ...
Crenshaw, Los Angeles - Crenshaw Boulevard
... Crenshaw Boulevard is a major thoroughfare that runs through the Crenshaw district and outside of it ... The street starts at Wilshire Boulevard in Hancock Park and runs through several demographically diverse areas to end in Rolling Hills ... in the 1920s through 1950s ran in the median between Leimert Boulevard on the north to near Florence Avenue on the south ...

Famous quotes containing the words boulevard and/or crenshaw:

    Arrive in the afternoon, the late light slanting
    In diluted gold bars across the boulevard brag
    Of proud, seamed faces with mercy and murder hinting
    here, there, interrupting, all deep and debonair,
    The pink paint on the innocence of fear;
    Walk in a gingerly manner up the hall.
    Gwendolyn Brooks (b. 1917)

    Nonwhite and working-class women, if they are ever to identify with the organized women’s movement, must see their own diverse experiences reflected in the practice and policy statements of these predominantly white middle-class groups.
    —Kimberly Crenshaw (b. 1959)