Central City may also refer to:
- A central business district
Other articles related to "central city, central, city":
... Theater, (Opera San Jose), San Jose Carpenter Theater (Virginia Opera), Richmond, Virginia Central City Opera House (Central City Opera), Central ... Music Hall (Cincinnati Opera), Cincinnati, Ohio New York State Theater (New York City Opera), New York, New York Newberry Opera House (South Carolina Opera and Asheville Lyric Opera), Newberry, South Carolina ...
... Central City, Colorado was at one time home to the second largest Chinese population after Denver ...
... Central City is a neighborhood in Houston, Texas, United States ... In 2009, residents of Central City supported a bill by Garnet Coleman that would limit the ability of Texas Medical Center, Inc ...
... The Central City Parkway is a four-lane highway in Colorado, running from I-70 near Idaho Springs to the historic mining town and gambling area of Central City ... Opened on November 19, 2004, the Parkway provides direct access to Central City ... opening ceremonies in 2004, 1996 Indianapolis 500 winner, Buddy Lazier, made the trip from I-70 to Central City's historic downtown in three minutes ...
... was an amateur actor and music enthusiast and became very involved with the renovation of the Central City Opera House in the historic mining town of Central City, Colorado ... He performed with the Central City Opera in their presentation of The Merry Widow with Natalie Hall, Gladys Swarthout and Richard Bonelli ...
Famous quotes containing the words city and/or central:
“Overcome the Empyrean; hurl
Heaven and Earth out of their places,
That in the same calamity
Brother and brother, friend and friend,
Family and family,
City and city may contend.”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)
“In a large university, there are as many deans and executive heads as there are schools and departments. Their relations to one another are intricate and periodic; in fact, galaxy is too loose a term: it is a planetarium of deans with the President of the University as a central sun. One can see eclipses, inner systems, and oppositions.”
—Jacques Barzun (b. 1907)