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The billing recalled the heady days of the San Francisco Fillmore (a ballroom much like the Aragon), when promoter Bill Graham would bill Miles Davis with the Jefferson Airplane.
Residents of those six housing areas were advised to take shelter in either the base gym or the ballroom of the Windjammer restaurant complex.
The crisis of American conservatism will be everywhere on display in the three days of speeches at a conference center ballroom in the D.C. suburb of Oxon Hill.
One Palestinian-American couple had driven six hours from the San Francisco Bay area to deliver their 33-year-old son and 30-year-old daughter into that Anaheim ballroom of hope.
About: Twenty-four pairs will compete in part one of the ice dance, a discipline of figure skating that draws from ballroom dancing.
Soup sampling Join the Wauwatosa Woman’s Club to sample more than a dozen flavorful soups, chilis and stews at a Soupfest Sampling at 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15, in the grand ballroom of the Wauwatosa Woman’s Club, 1626 Wauwatosa Ave.
Perhaps the most dramatic change came in a ballroom that had been painted a fleshy pink for years.
Seidel told a ballroom of the elite political financiers assembled at a luxury resort here to plot strategy.
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Definition of ballroom for English Language Learners
: a large room used for dances
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