Takes Place

Some articles on takes place, place, take:

South Nashville - Culture - Tourism - Major Annual Events
... Iroquois Steeplechase Annual steeplechase horse racing event which takes place in May at Percy Warner Park ... Tomato Art Festival Takes place in East Nashville every August ... African Street Festival Takes place on the campus of Tennessee State University in September ...
List Of References To Long Island Places In Popular Culture - Film
... The documentary Grey Gardens took place in East Hampton ... The film series The Amityville Horror takes place in the town of Amityville, in the 2005 remake the Lutz family lived in Deer Park before moving to Amityville ... In Final Destination, the movie take place on Long Island ...
Sugar Daddies (play) - Setting
... The entire play takes place in Sasha and Chloe's flat ... The play takes place over two acts ... The first act takes place over a period of about two weeks ...
List Of References To Long Island Places In Popular Culture - Television
... To the question "ain't what?", he responds "a LONG ISLAND!!!" Growing Pains takes place in Huntington ... The television series, Everybody Loves Raymond takes place in Lynbrook ... The A E reality series Growing Up Gotti took place on Long Island ...
Londinium Pedo
... The Londinium Pedo is an annual treasure hunt which takes place on a Sunday afternoon in late September or early October each year within the Square Mile of ... organised by a motoring club, the event takes place on foot ... is a sister event to the Miglia Quadrato, which is a car-based treasure hunt which takes place every May, also organised by UHULMC ...

Famous quotes containing the words place and/or takes:

    When we read a story, we inhabit it. The covers of the book are like a roof and four walls. What is to happen next will take place within the four walls of the story. And this is possible because the story’s voice makes everything its own.
    John Berger (b. 1926)

    If one doubts whether Grecian valor and patriotism are not a fiction of the poets, he may go to Athens and see still upon the walls of the temple of Minerva the circular marks made by the shields taken from the enemy in the Persian war, which were suspended there. We have not far to seek for living and unquestionable evidence. The very dust takes shape and confirms some story which we had read.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)