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North Tacoma, Tacoma, Washington
North Tacoma (also called the North End) is a neighborhood in Tacoma, Washington, in the United States. The area is most known for waterfront parks and restaurants, the Point Defiance Park, the University of Puget Sound, Stadium High School, and the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. The North End of Tacoma has informal and formal boundaries. Informally, the generally accepted boundaries of the North End are 6th Avenue and Division Avenue to the south and Puget Sound
Puget Sound
to the north, west, and east. Although the independent city of Ruston is not legally a part of the city of Tacoma, most residents of Ruston self-identify as being from Tacoma. Formally, the city has designations for each of the eight neighborhoods which are represented by neighborhood councils. These designations are not generally known, but they are marked on city streets by special signs
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The Simpsons
08) Ian Maxtone-Graham (2005–2012)Running time 21–24 minutesProduction company(s) Gracie Films
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(1989–present) 20th Century Fox
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Titlow Park
Titlow Beach is in Tacoma, Washington, USA. It is located along Puget Sound near the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. It has a beach, community center, park, water play area (all of which are run by Metro Parks Tacoma), two restaurants.,[1][2] a view of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge, a small boardwalk, and is a popular scuba diving area. History[edit] Local lawyer Aaron R. Titlow purchased the property in 1903 and built the Hotel Hesperides, a resort hotel that lasted until 1923.[3] In 1926, the hotel was acquired by the park district. During the 1930s, it was remodeled during a WPA project. In 1963, octopus wrestling championships were held at the beach.[4] The lodge served as the home of the assistant superintendent for parks and then the caretaker for the park until 1990.[5] It was remodeled in 2011, and the pool was replaced in 2013 with a water play area.[6][7]360° panorama of Titlow Beach Park
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Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium
The Point Defiance Zoo
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Aquarium
(PDZA) is a combined zoo and aquarium located in Tacoma, Washington, US, owned by Metro Parks Tacoma. Situated on 29 acres (12 ha) in Tacoma's Point Defiance Park, the zoo and aquarium are home to over 9,000 specimens representing 367 animal species. The zoo was founded in 1905; the aquarium was founded in 1935 near Commencement Bay
Commencement Bay
and relocated within the zoo in 1963.[1] Both are accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.[4]Contents1 History 2 Exhibits 3 Beluga whales 4 Conservation 5 References 6 External linksHistory[edit] The Zoo
Zoo
was founded in 1905, and moved closer to its current location in 1914
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Prospect Hill, Tacoma, Washington
Prospect Hill is a neighborhood of the north end neighborhood of Tacoma, Washington. Although Prospect Hill is considered to be the official planning name of the area, it has also gone by many other names. Locals commonly refer to it as Little Germany because of its narrow roads; it resembles a residential neighborhood that could be found somewhere in Europe. Prospect Hill is highly educated and very wealthy, with large houses and a more rural atmosphere. The area borders on Yakama Gulch to the west, overlooks Commencement Bay to the north, and has sweeping views of Old Tacoma to the east. The few houses with views of the waterfront - mostly located on North and Orchard Roads - are some of the most expensive properties in the city and often sell for well over $1 million as of April 2006. Coordinates: 47°16′15″N 122°28′11″W / 47.27083333°N 122.46972222°W / 47.27083333; -122.46972222This Pierce County, Washington state location article is a stub
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Skyline, Tacoma, Washington
Coordinates: 47°16′8.2″N 122°31′35.4″W / 47.268944°N 122.526500°W / 47.268944; -122.526500This article does not cite any sources. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (June 2008) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)Skyline is a neighborhood located in the north end of Tacoma, Washington, United States. The area is sometimes referred to as "Narrows View," because of its view of the Tacoma Narrows Bridge. The area's name comes from the name of the landline telephone exchange that serves the area, which is located at North 27th and Madison Streets.This Pierce County, Washington state location article is a stub
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Old Woman's Gulch
Old Woman's Gulch is a ravine, or system of ravines, located in the north end of Tacoma, Washington. Originally named after the old longshoremen's widows who were displaced during the construction of the sports field that gave Stadium High School its namesake, the original Old Woman's Gulch is located in the Stadium District
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Baltimore Park
Baltimore Park is a former unincorporated community now incorporated in Larkspur in Marin County, California.[1] It lies at an elevation of 43 feet (13 m).[1] References[edit]^ a b c U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Baltimore Park, Larkspur, CaliforniaThis Marin County, California–related article is a stub
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Ruston Way Park
Ruston Way Park is one of many parks located along Ruston Way in the north end of Tacoma, Washington, USA. The area is a popular walking spot, with many joggers taking the route in the morning. Ruston Way Park is the largest of the metropolitan parks along the way, and also the most popular destination for picnicers, especially because of the gentle sea breeze that comes off Commencement Bay. It is located between the Old Tacoma area and the City of Ruston, although it is significantly closer to the former. Previously, exercise stations were available for joggers, but these were removed sometime around 2002 because they were difficult to maintain. Now it is much easier to maintain and adds more to the beauty of nature. Coordinates: 47°17′58.5″N 122°31′23.8″W / 47.299583°N 122.523278°W / 47.299583; -122.523278This Pierce County, Washington
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Jason Lee Middle School (Tacoma)
Jason Lee Middle School, formerly known as West Intermediate School, was the first and largest of six intermediate schools funded in 1923. It was created on the former campus of the College of Puget Sound (now the University of Puget Sound) at 6th Avenue and North Sprague Avenue in Tacoma, Washington
Tacoma, Washington
by architect Roland E. Borhek. The school was named after the notable missionary and pioneer Jason Lee. Jason Lee has about 39 teachers educating around 500 students. Jason Lee Middle School recently developed a team of mentors, made up of 7th and 8th grade students, to help the incoming 6th graders
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Barack Obama
Pre-presidency Illinois
Illinois
State Senator 2004 DNC keynote address U.S
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Truman Middle School (Tacoma, Washington)
Central Administration Building 601 South 8th Street Tacoma, Washington 98405 United StatesDistrict informationType PublicGrades Pre-K through 12Superintendent Carla SantornoOther informationWebsite Tacoma Public SchoolsTacoma School District No. 10, commonly called Tacoma Public Schools, is the main school district for Tacoma, Washington, USA. Composed of 35 elementary schools, nine middle schools, and nine high schools, it is the third largest school district in Washington State
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Woodrow Wilson High School (Washington)
Public High School Secondary educationMotto "Developing Confident, Contributing Citizens"Established 1958Principal Dan BesettGrades 9–12Color(s) Red, White, & Blue               Mascot RamsNickname RedWilsonYearbook NOVAWebsite wilsonrams.orgWoodrow Wilson High School is a four-year public secondary school in Tacoma, Washington. It is one of five traditional high schools in the Tacoma Public School System and is located at the intersection of Orchard Street and 11th Street. Wilson's current principal is Dan Besett; assistant principals are Shane Silva and Bernadette Ray.Contents1 HillTop Artists 2 Daffodil Festival 3 Sports 4 Notable alumni 5 External linksHillTop Artists[edit] Dale Chihuly, a glass artist who graduated from Wilson, established HillTop Artists, a glass working program at Wilson. For a $20 fee, students can blow glass, make glass beads, and participate in kiln work
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Annie Wright School
Annie Wright Schools
Annie Wright Schools
is a private school in Tacoma, Washington, United States. It is subdivided into Annie Wright Lower School (boys and girls in preschool through grade 5), Annie Wright Middle School (boys and girls in grades 6–8), Annie Wright Upper School for Girls (all-girls day and boarding programs for grades 9 through 12), and Annie Wright Upper School for Boys (all-boys day and boarding programs for grade 9). It was founded in 1884 by Charles Wright and Bishop Paddock
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St. Patrick's Episcopal Day School
St. Patrick's Episcopal Day School is an independent nursery, elementary, and middle school in Washington, D.C. It is affiliated with St. Patrick's Episcopal Church.Contents1 History1.1 School expansion 1.2 Community relations2 Refereed papers by faculty 3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] Founded in 1956 as a nursery school in a townhouse basement, the school has grown into a 500-plus student institution with separate elementary and middle school campuses in Washington D.C. Plans to construct a new high and middle school campus are underway. School expansion[edit] The school was founded by St. Patrick's Church as a parish nursery school in 1956.[1] In 1966, the school began adding grades 1 through 6.[1] In 1985 the church moved its chapel to the current site adjacent to the school.[1] The school began a seventh and eighth grade program in 2001. Originally small and meeting in a portion of another school's property, the St
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Blue Mouse Theatre
The Blue Mouse Theatre title was used for several historic vaudeville and movie venues opened by John Hamrick in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. The name may have been inspired by a lounge in Paris.[1] Hamrick is said to have used the colored rodential title for his first theatre in each city.[2]Contents1 Blue Mouse Theatre in Proctor District, Tacoma 2 Blue Mouse Theatre in downtown Tacoma 3 Blue Mouse Theatre Portland 4 Blue Mouse Theatre Corvallis 5 Blue Mouse Theatre Seattle 6 References 7 External linksBlue Mouse Theatre in Proctor District, Tacoma[edit]The Blue Mouse Theatre (1923) (originally known as Blue Mouse Jr.) is a small second-run movie theater located in the Proctor District in the north end of Tacoma, Washington
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