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Kembrew McLeod wrote much of The Downtown Pop Underground here. Iowa City Iowa
House Used in NY Times Article on House History as Metaphor Bowie Maryland
Justice Kavanaugh's Beach Week Condo, 1983 Ocean City Maryland
Famed Food Critic Ed Hitzel Died Here Hammonton New Jersey
Terry Gross (NPR) was fired as high school teacher here. Buffalo New York
Man of Kent Tavern in New York Times Magazine Article Hoosick Falls New York
Journalist Mike Wallace Lived Here New York New York
First Wall Street Journal was published here. New York New York
Weegee's U.S. Hotel photo taken at this location. New York New York
Bob Simon died in car accident here. New York New York
Documentary filmmaker Tyler H. Brodie lived here. New York New York
Helen Gurley Brown lived here. New York New York
Sonic Youth Members Worked Here (Todd's Copy); Killer Fanzine; Dan Graham; Weiner; Basquiat New York New York
Writer David Quammen grew up here; Underground Railroad ran on same street. Cincinnati Ohio
Street Curves Because of Kids' Prank Cincinnati Ohio
F&S, a quintessential dive bar in Allentown, PA Allentown Pennsylvania
Peter Stone Brown and Ray Benson went to school here. Conshohocken Pennsylvania
Where Michael Smerconish Grew Up Doylestown Pennsylvania
Nostalgic Collectibles, a Milton B. Bean Building Lansdale Pennsylvania
Michael Smerconish's Ancestors Lived Here McAdoo Pennsylvania
Death of Broadcaster Jessica Savitch; Warhol Connection New Hope Pennsylvania
Where Gwiazda Was Published Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Drummer / Planet published here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Inquirer headquarters in 1860s Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Site of German Summer Theater Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Brick House Here in 1862 Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Photo of Mr. Good Deals Tools, Phila., in NY Times Magazine Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Real Life God's Pocket Incident Was Here, in The Devil's Pocket Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Katie Crutchfield was interviewed here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Ask This Old House visited here - Manayunk Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Pep Boys statues wore Inquirer strikers signs in prank here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Author Agnes Repplier lived here? Philadelphia Pennsylvania
First televised sports interview took place here. It was of Connie Mack. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Don Lemon was racially profiled at Tower Records here, said lawsuit. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Jewish Daily Forward was here. Philadelphia Pennsylvania
Crawdaddy Magazine was born here. Swarthmore Pennsylvania
The Suburban Building Wayne Pennsylvania
Writer on Nabokov ate here, on street with name appearing in Lolita. Dubois Wyoming
A Bar A Ranch appears in New York Times article on Nabokov. Encampment Wyoming

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