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@Neighborhood Awards -- #Event
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https://www.neighborhoodawards.com/
The Neighborhood Awards weekend is a three-day signature experience filled with star entertainment and more!
Steve Harvey, EMMY winning talk show and Family Feud host and star of the Steve Harvey Morning Show, is excited to announce the 13th Annual Neighborhood Awards and Neighborhood Awards Weekend! The Ford Neighborhood Awards hosted by Steve Harvey is a four-day signature experience filled with star entertainment, the college expo, film and TV screenings, that returns to Atlanta, GA for a second year, August 6-9, 2015. Tickets for all of the weekend events are on sale NOW! The 2015 Neighborhood Awards Weekend features over 15 events and activities with the return of the Ford Neighborhood Awards and Ford Celebrity Blue Carpet to Philips Arena on Saturday, August 8th, with a live performance by Babyface at the Awards Show and the State Farm Neighborhood Awards Expo to the Georgia World Congress Center, August 7-9th hosted by Ne-Yo and live performance by Jodeci. Radio Row will feature 20 radio stations from across the country broadcasting live from the expo floor, along with Celebrity Row and two shopping zones featuring over 100 vendors. Other weekend activities will include the popular Steve Harvey Morning Show live broadcast with live performances by K. Michelle, Jazmine Sullivan and Avery Sunshine, Family Feud Live presented by Ford, with host Steve Harvey, the Curobiks fitness program with award-winning recording artist Cupid, Two Stand Up Comedy Jams hosted by Nephew Tommy, the Ford VIP After Party with Doug E Fresh and Salt N Pepa, Greek step show, the Ford Ride and Drive experience – plus the church choir competition, the Table Classics tournaments hosted by Junior, where players can register to compete in spades, bid whist, or dominos and win money, and the Sing Your Way to the State Farm Neighborhood Awards Freedom Friday Party finale hosted by Sheryl Underwood with judges David Mann and Tamela Mann. New additions to the 2015 Neighborhood Awards Weekend include aHealth Pavilion presented by Heart& Soul, a drumline showcase and the McDonald’s Inspiration Celebration Gospel Tour headlined by Gospel Great Yolanda Adams.
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@Long Island Crime Stoppers -- #Organization
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To keep the residents of Long Island informed of local issues .
Here are a list of very useful links : Searchable data base of incident and arrest reports http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/mediaincidents.htm Police Scanner app for smartphones https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.scannerradio Suffolk County Drug map http://gis.co.suffolk.ny.us/dmi2011/index.html Suffolk County Police Scanner http://www.scpdny.com/index.htm Alternate Suffolk County Police Scanner http://www.radioreference.com/apps/audio/?action=wp&feedId=1444 Suffolk County Accident Reports http://www.suffolkcountyny.gov/sheriff/TrafficAccidentReports/RealTimeTrafficandAccidentReports.aspx Suffolk County Police Press Releases http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/morepress.htm Sex Offender Data Base (Searchable for your area) http://www.familywatchdog.us/ShowMap.asp?frm=0 CrimeStopper Tip line for past and present crimes (Anonymous) http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/police/crimestoppers.htm This is where you go to sign up for the CODE RED list (notified by police of serious crime in your area) https://cne.coderedweb.com/Default.aspx?groupid=%2BaCHAGsI63WWVa6aL1efKg%3D%3D The "10" Codes police use while Talking on the Police Radio (Example 10-71=Shooting) http://www.radiolabs.com/police-codes.html
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@The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre -- #College & University
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www.neighborhoodplayhouse.org
The Home of the Meisner Technique, upholding a rich legacy of excellence in actor training in New York since 1928.
The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre has been a major force in American theatre and theatre education since its founding. The Neighborhood Playhouse was founded in 1915 at the forefront of the American theatre renaissance. Created by two philanthropic sisters, Alice and Irene Lewisohn, with the help of Rita Wallach Morgenthau, the original Playhouse was located in the famous Henry Street Settlement House. The Neighborhood Playhouse was one of the first Off-Broadway theatres. Committed to community and devoted to renewing the roots of drama, the Playhouse mounted works both classic and modern. In 1928 The Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre opened its doors. The first class of only nine students had the privilege of being taught by theatre luminaries Martha Graham, Louis Horst, Laura Elliott, and Agnes DeMille. In 1935, Sanford Meisner joined the faculty. Over the years, this founding member of The Group Theatre developed and refined what is now known as the Meisner Technique: “To live truthfully under given imaginary circumstances.” The Meisner Technique is a step-by-step procedure of self-investigation for the actor now widely recognized as one of the foremost acting techniques taught today. Sanford Meisner retired in 1990 and served as Director Emeritus of the Acting Department until his death in 1997. All of the current members of the Neighborhood Playhouse acting department were trained to teach acting by Sanford Meisner.
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@Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service -- #Media/News Company
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http://www.milwaukeenns.org/
Your source for news about Milwaukee´s central city communities.
Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service (NNS) is an award-winning online source for objective, professional multimedia reporting on urban issues in 17 Milwaukee communities. NNS covers stories that are important to the people who live, work and serve in city neighborhoods, on topics such as education, public safety, economic development, health and wellness, environment, recreation, employment, youth development and housing. NNS has won several prestigious awards, including a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for excellence from RTDNA (Radio Television Digital News Association) in March 2012, and journalism awards from the Milwaukee Press Club in 2013 and 2014. A project of United Neighborhood Centers of Milwaukee (UNCOM), NNS traces its origins to the Zilber Neighborhood Initiative. Funders have included the Zilber Family Foundation, Greater Milwaukee Foundation, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, Argosy Foundation, Northwestern Mutual Foundation and Diederich College of Communication at Marquette University. Facebook Commenting Policy Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service encourages on-topic comments that promote discussion of community issues. We strongly discourage comments that personally attack or insult other commenters or the author of content written by NNS staff or other news organizations. We will delete comments that we deem to be hate speech, abusive, harassing, threatening or profane. Repeated violators will be banned from commenting.
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@Akihabara -- #Neighborhood
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is a common name for the area around Akihabara Station in the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo, Japan. Administratively, the area called Akihabara mainly belongs to the Sotokanda district, and the far-western part of Kanda-Sakumachō. The name Akihabara is a shortening of, which ultimately comes from Akiba, named after a fire-controlling deity of a firefighting shrine built after the area was destroyed by a fire in 1869.Akihabara gained the nickname Akihabara Electric Town shortly after World War II for being a major shopping center for household electronic goods and the post-war black market. Nowadays, Akihabara is considered by many to be an otaku cultural center and a shopping district for video games, anime, manga, and computer goods. Icons from popular anime and manga are displayed prominently on the shops in the area, and numerous maid cafés are found throughout the district.GeographyThe main area of Akihabara is located on a street just west of Akihabara Station, where most of the major shops are situated. Most of the electronics shops are just west of the station, and the anime and manga shops and the cosplay cafés are north of them.As mentioned above, the area called Akihabara now ranges over some districts in Chiyoda ward:, and. The administrative district called Akihabara exists in Taitō ward and borders on Sotokanda at the middle of Akihabara and Okachimachi stations, but its half is occupied by JR tracks.
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@Hampden, Baltimore -- #Neighborhood
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Hampden is a neighborhood located in northern Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Roughly triangular in shape, it is bounded to the east by the neighborhood Wyman Park at Keswick Road, to the north by Roland Park at 40th and 41st Street, to the west by the Jones Falls Expressway, and to the south by the neighborhood Remington at Sisson Street. The Homewood campus of the Johns Hopkins University is a short distance to the east.HistoryNamed for English politician John Hampden, Hampden was originally settled as a residential community for workers at the mills that had sprung up along the Jones Falls; its first residents were in place well before the area was annexed to Baltimore City in 1889. Many of its residents came to the area from the Appalachian hill country of Kentucky, West Virginia, and western Pennsylvania, due to the abundance of jobs the mills provided. This influx cemented the image of the neighborhood for the decades that followed as both primarily white and working-class.
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@Walmart Neighborhood Market Poplar Bluff -- #Grocery Store
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Pharmacy Phone: (573) 772-7169 Pharmacy Hours: Saturday: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Sunday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Weekdays: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Services at this Location: • Pharmacy • Grocery • Garden Center Guidelines for joining the discussion: http://corporate.walmart.com/social-media-guidelines When Sam Walton opened the doors to the first Walmart in 1962, his goal was to save people money so they can live better. Sam was a firm believer in listening to what his customers had to say. That tradition continues today. But now, it doesn’t have to end when you leave the store. Through Facebook, we’re able to talk to you, find out what’s on your mind and let you know what we’re up to. It’s just another way we’re working to give the millions of families who shop at Walmart more of what they love—ways to save money and live better.
Guidelines for joining the discussion: http://corporate.walmart.com/social-media-guidelines When Sam Walton opened the doors to the first Walmart in 1962, his goal was to save people money so they can live better. Sam was a firm believer in listening to what his customers had to say. That tradition continues today. But now, it doesn’t have to end when you leave the store. Through Facebook, we’re able to talk to you, find out what’s on your mind and let you know what we’re up to. It’s just another way we’re working to give the millions of families who shop at Walmart more of what they love—ways to save money and live better.
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@The Neighborhood Grill -- #New American Restaurant
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http://www.theneighborhoodgrill.net
Hometown cooking in a hometown atmosphere. Neighborhood Blend coffee. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Stop in for a sandwich or a special.

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@Griffith Indiana Neighborhood Crime Watch -- #Community Organization
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http://griffith.in.gov/portal/group/police-dept/page/crime-watch.psml
The purpose of the Griffith Neighborhood Crime Watch program is to encourage citizens to get involved in the reduction of crime in our community.
GRIFFITH CRIME WATCH MISSION The Griffith Indiana Neighborhood Crime Watch program was created to encourage citizens and business owners to get involved in helping reduce crime within our community by reporting criminal or suspicious activity, and being educated on crime prevention. The ultimate goal of preventing crime and promoting community safety will be accomplished if citizens and business owners work together with the police department. New ideas from both officers and members of the community will be implemented in the upcoming months to strengthen and better our program. We hope you want to be a part of it. DO YOU WANT TO BE A LEADER? The Griffith Neighborhood Crime Watch program is currently seeking citizens and business owners interested in volunteering for leadership roles within our organization. Those interested should send a message on this Facebook page, or contact Officer Pete Ghrist at 219-924-4281 x3313. GRIFFITH POLICE DEPARTMENT TIP-LINE The Griffith Police Department, with the cooperation of the Griffith Safety Board and the Griffith Town Council, have established a tip-line for The Town of Griffith. Citizens wishing to report specific suspicious or criminal activity not requiring immediate police response are encouraged to call and leave a detailed message regarding such activity. Messages left on the tip-line will be reviewed on a regular basis and appropriate action will be taken when warranted. Citizens using the tip-line may choose to remain anonymous. However, citizens who provide their name and telephone number may be contacted by the Griffith Police Department to obtain further details regarding the activity reported. If a citizen chooses to provide their contact information, they still have the right to remain anonymous. If you witness or have information regarding suspicious or suspected criminal activity that does not require immediate police response, please call the Griffith Police Department tip-line at 219-922-3085.
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@Walmart Neighborhood Market Monroe - McKeen Place -- #Grocery Store
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Pharmacy Phone: (318) 267-3617 Pharmacy Hours: Saturday: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM, Sunday: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM, Weekdays: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Services at this Location: • Pharmacy • Grocery • Garden Center Guidelines for joining the discussion: http://corporate.walmart.com/social-media-guidelines When Sam Walton opened the doors to the first Walmart in 1962, his goal was to save people money so they can live better. Sam was a firm believer in listening to what his customers had to say. That tradition continues today. But now, it doesn’t have to end when you leave the store. Through Facebook, we’re able to talk to you, find out what’s on your mind and let you know what we’re up to. It’s just another way we’re working to give the millions of families who shop at Walmart more of what they love—ways to save money and live better.
Guidelines for joining the discussion: http://corporate.walmart.com/social-media-guidelines When Sam Walton opened the doors to the first Walmart in 1962, his goal was to save people money so they can live better. Sam was a firm believer in listening to what his customers had to say. That tradition continues today. But now, it doesn’t have to end when you leave the store. Through Facebook, we’re able to talk to you, find out what’s on your mind and let you know what we’re up to. It’s just another way we’re working to give the millions of families who shop at Walmart more of what they love—ways to save money and live better.
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