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They were scheduled to start a five-match home stand Oct. 20 against Princeton, followed by Brown (Oct. 27) and first-place Yale (Oct. 28).
But if winds push the flames over that barrier, neighborhoods including some of the town's costliest homes stand in the path, along with a historic central plaza built centuries ago when the area was under Spanish rule.
The outdoor space, however, is where the home stands out.
Power lines were strewn across roads, utility poles snapped in half like matchsticks, boats lay sunken in the harbors, many thousands of homes stood heavily damaged or destroyed, and some major road systems were impassable.
And then, with awful suddenness and scant days after a triumphant home stand in his adoptive Los Angeles for a 40th anniversary concert, he was gone.
With a win, the Orioles would have completed a very successful home stand that boosted them back into the thick of the American League wild card race.
Classic architectural details and contemporary updates make the renovated 1950s home stand out. Exposed and white-painted beams line the vaulted ceilings in the living room, which has walls of glass overlooking the hillside.
But the cook’s new home stood in Cantrell Close, a flagship housing project that was built in 2016 specifically to accommodate people from all backgrounds.
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