Buena Vista

Buena Vista, meaning "good view" in Spanish, may refer to:

  • Buena Vista (Walt Disney Company), a Walt Disney trademark
  • Buena Vista Social Club (disambiguation), a Cuban music club plus an album and film inspired by the club
  • Buena Vista University in Storm Lake, Iowa

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... Lake Times is a twice-weekly newspaper based in Storm Lake, Iowa covering Buena Vista County and parts of Clay, Pocahontas, Sac, Ida and Cherokee counties ... moved to larger quarters at 210 East Fifth Street, across from the Buena Vista County Courthouse ... Initially, The Times was printed at Buena Vista Stationery and Printing, but with the growing number of pages and the need for color photographs, printing operations were moved to Le Mars, Iowa ...
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... Tango Entertainment Reign of Fire 2005-05-03 Buena Vista Remember the Titans 2006-03-14 Buena Vista Ren Stimpy Show, Vol. 2005-09-27 20th Century Fox Rock 'n' Roll High School 2005-12-13 Buena Vista Rock, The 2005-08-16 Buena Vista Rocky Balboa 2007-03-20 Sony Romeo Must Die 2006-02-14 Warner Bros Ron White - They Call Me Tater Salad ...
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... The population of Buena Vista has increased strongly over the past decades, from 400 inhabitants (1969) to 2,900 (1992 census) and 3,800 inhabitants (2001 census) ...

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