Streets are the plural of street, a type of road.
Streets or The Streets may also refer to:
- The Streets, alias of Mike Skinner, a British rapper
- Streets (band), a rock band fronted by Kansas vocalist Steve Walsh
- Streets (film), a 1990 American film
- Streets (ice cream), an Australian ice cream brand owned by Unilever
- Streets (punk album), a 1977 various artists compilation album of early UK punk bands
- "Streets" (song), a song by Avenged Sevenfold on the album Sounding the Seventh Trumpet
Other articles related to "streets, street":
... The Near Northeast is bisected by James Street ... Other major roads in the neighborhood include State Street, Butternut Street, Lodi Street, and Burnet Avenue ...
... Cobblestoned and setted streets gradually gave way to macadam roads, and later to tarmac, and finally to asphalt at the beginning of the 20th century ... retained in historic areas, even for streets with modern vehicular traffic ... have become a popular material for paving newly pedestrianised streets in Europe ...
... Streets A Rock Opera (often simply shortened to Streets) is a concept album by Savatage, dealing with the rise and fall of the musician DT Jesus ...
... a train depot, passenger station, and company headquarters on the corner of 12th and Market Streets ... came eight years after the Pennsylvania Railroad opened its Broad Street Station several blocks away at 15th and Market Streets, and one year after the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad ... rear of the headhouse at 12th and Filbert Streets ...
31st Street begins on the West Side at the West Side Yard, while 32nd Street, which includes a segment officially known as Korea Way between Fifth Avenue and Broadway in ... On the East Side, both streets end at Second Avenue at Kips Bay Towers and NYU Medical Center which occupy the area between 30th and 33rd Streets ...
Famous quotes containing the word streets:
“Americans living in Latin American countries are often more snobbish than the Latins themselves. The typical American has quite a bit of money by Latin American standards, and he rarely sees a countryman who doesnt. An American businessman who would think nothing of being seen in a sport shirt on the streets of his home town will be shocked and offended at a suggestion that he appear in Rio de Janeiro, for instance, in anything but a coat and tie.”
—Hunter S. Thompson (b. 1939)
“Met face to face, these Indians in their native woods looked like the sinister and slouching fellows whom you meet picking up strings and paper in the streets of a city. There is, in fact, a remarkable and unexpected resemblance between the degraded savage and the lowest classes in a great city. The one is no more a child of nature than the other. In the progress of degradation the distinction of races is soon lost.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“How soon country people forget. When they fall in love with a city it is forever, and it is like forever. As though there never was a time when they didnt love it. The minute they arrive at the train station or get off the ferry and glimpse the wide streets and the wasteful lamps lighting them, they know they are born for it. There, in a city, they are not so much new as themselves: their stronger, riskier selves.”
—Toni Morrison (b. 1931)