Yeah it's a few people from englewood that made it big Bernie Mac(actor/comedy)Gwendelyn Brooks(poet)I believe Jennifer Hudson(singer/actor) is.Kanye West(producer) was in the Gresham area like around 85th and May.Shawna (rapper)hang out in englewood alot.Cap one (rapper)Common(rapper), and many more people that I can't think of right now.But it's alot more then you probably think being englewood is such a ruff place to make it from.
The address of the West Englewood Branch is: 1745 West 63Rd Street, Chicago, 60636 2244
The phone number of the West Englewood Branch is: 312-747-3481.
West Farnam neighborhood was created in 1887.
Greenwich Village (or just "The Village") is the neighborhood directly west of the East Village. The West Village is the neighborhood directly west of Greenwich Village.
On Florida's west coast of the peninsula in Charlotte and Sarasota Counties.
about 10 miles
The neighborhood west of the Bowery, from Division Street to Canal Street, is Chinatown. From Canal Street to Delancey Street, the neighborhood west of the Bowery is Little Italy. From Delancey Street to Houston Street, the neighborhood west of the Bowery is SoHo. From Houston Street to Astor Place/St. Marks Place (East 8th Street), the neighborhood west of the Bowery is Greenwich Village.
There are a variety of famous people from West Virginia. Some of these people include George Brett, Jesse Burkett, and Mary Lou Retton.
in west virgina bill gates is famous because of the internet
The Sports Authority website lists their head office as being stationed in Englewood, Colorado. The address is 1050 West Hampden Avenue in Englewood, CO.
The West Village is a neighborhood in Manhattan.
161 inverness dr west Englewood, CO
if you mean famous people in the south west there is Anne Barry,Bill Baily; John Gay (:
The 2-tone ska band The Specials are from the West Midlands
For finding America to the people of the west
Harlem IS a neighborhood; it does not have any neighborhoods of its own. Harlem is actually two neighborhoods, really: West Harlem and East Harlem. West Harlem is traditionally and historically a black neighborhood, while East Harlem (also known as Spanish Harlem) is a primarily Latino neighborhood. In recent years, West Harlem has become increasingly gentrified. An influx of middle-class and upper middle-class white people has turned West Harlem into a much more expensive neighborhood than it used to be. East Harlem, on the other hand, remains woefully impoverished.