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We turned what is virtually a glorified independent label into one of the powerhouse labels in the town.
I saw 'On The Town' about nine times. I discovered it. I loved it. I was in college.
People never expected a boy from a small town to have a life like I did.
When I was a boy, cricket was very, very English. Anyone who spoke English and anyone from a big town could play. And that was it.
Let me put it this way: when I read, I learned the world was not as small as my house. And that everybody in my home town was not representative of the way people in the world were raised. And that was what saved me.
I put music on and I drive around town.
In my town, I had only one adult American male role model: my father. I grew up taking it for granted that missionaries were what American boys grew up to be.
Cape Town's beaches are superb and while the water on the Atlantic side is damn cold, it's very pleasant on the other side. Bring your golf clubs if you play - Cape Town has some fabulous golf courses.
Before I left Russia in 1999, I was living in a very poor factory town with my family and friends, and nothing was ever going to change.
I liked very much when we lived in Hampstead. We would go for walks on the Heath. I liked it better than living in the centre of town.
Success breeds volume, and it's just amazing how many young writers, artists, and musicians there are in town.
Steven Curtis Chapman
I'm living out a childhood fantasy. Our house is in a historic district of a small town that I used to read about in storybooks.
Tribal life comes automatically to an end when a primitive people begins to live in a town or a city, for sooner or later a tribal organization is found to be incompatible with life in a city.
I grew up in a town without fathers.
I grew up in a very small country town in Victoria. I had a very normal, low-key kind of upbringing. I went to school, I hung out with my friends, I fought with my younger sisters. It was all very normal.
I was the female lead in a romantic comedy. It's a little indie film that we shot in China called 'America Town,' starring Daniel Henney and Bill Paxton. I actually had to speak Chinese in the film. It was funny because I found out I was doing the film and then a week later, I was in Shanghai.
New Orleans in an amazing town.
When I realized that you can't necessarily be cast in a really great part living in Austin, even when Hollywood comes to town, I got a demo reel together and headed out west.
I come from Main Street, from a small town that's really depressed.
I was brought up in Scotland and have always been a country person, although the town means a great deal to me, too.
When I was 13 years old, a professional theater company in my town needed a kid actor. I auditioned, and I got the part, so for just a few weeks I became a member of the company and I met some professional actors.
When I was born here in Gulfport in 1966, my parents' interracial marriage was still illegal, and it was very hard to drive around town with my parents, to be out in public with my parents.
Hollywood is a town; it's not a medium. And cinema is a medium you can practice anywhere.
My mother was a star-struck girl from a little town in Arkansas who had gone to finishing school in New York, and whose mother had given her anything she ever wanted.
Gloucester's not some chi-chi tourist town. It's a working-class seaport: a no-kidding-around down-and-dirty place.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
John F. Kennedy
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