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  2. Big Boy Restaurants - Wikipedia

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    Frisch's Big Boy Restaurants is a restaurant chain with its headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Big Boy name, design aesthetic, and menu were previously licensed to a number of regional franchisees. Big Boy was started as Bob's Pantry in 1936 by Bob Wian in Glendale, California.

  3. On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away - Wikipedia

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    Although "On the Banks of Wabash, Far Away" is Indiana's official song, "Back Home Again in Indiana" is more widely used and is falsely believed by many to be the state song. One of the leading causes of the state song's fall into obscurity was a change in its use at the Indianapolis 500 during the 1940s. "On the Banks of the Wabash, Far Away ...

  4. Wexford, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    Adjacent to Wexford is North Park and North Park lake. This area is a great asset to the community featuring many hiking/biking trails, a 5-mile paved running path around the lake, many pavilions for outdoor events, an outdoor ice rink, a golf course, dog parks, and many playgrounds, a C.O.P.E. course, and local restaurants and shops.

  5. Philadelphia - Wikipedia

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    Philadelphia has a significant gay and lesbian population. Philadelphia's Gayborhood, which is near Washington Square, is home to a large concentration of gay and lesbian friendly businesses, restaurants, and bars. The Black American population in Philadelphia is the third-largest in the country, after New York City and Chicago.

  6. Carnegie, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia

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    Carnegie is a walkable community with many interesting and unique stores and restaurants on its Main Street. Its park is home to a dog park, playground, tennis courts, a hockey rink, basketball courts, baseball fields, walking trails, and Pitcher Skate Park .

  7. Manayunk, Philadelphia - Wikipedia

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    Manayunk (/ ˈ m æ n ə j ʌ ŋ k / MAN-ə-yunk) is a neighborhood in the section of Lower Northwest Philadelphia in the state of Pennsylvania.Located adjacent to the neighborhoods of Roxborough and Wissahickon and also on the banks of the Schuylkill River, Manayunk contains the first canal begun in the United States (although not the first completed, due to budget problems).

  8. U.S. Route 422 - Wikipedia

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    U.S. Route 422 (US 422) is a 271-mile (436 km) long spur route of US 22 split into two segments in the U.S. states of Ohio and Pennsylvania.The western segment of US 422 runs from downtown Cleveland, Ohio east to Ebensburg, Pennsylvania.

  9. Greek Americans - Wikipedia

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    Early records show Michel Dragon (Michalis Dracos) and Andrea Dimitry (Andrea Drussakis Demetrios) settled in New Orleans around 1799. Michel Dragon was a lieutenant in the American Revolution and Andrea Dimitry participated in the War of 1812.