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  • The Promenade is home to the Los Angeles Times Ticketing Pavilion, the Festival’s Information Kiosk, and a custom-designed, open-air lounge area with sofas, tables and plenty of room to rest your feet and mingle between screenings.

    Los Angeles Film Festival 2007

  • Like somebody sleepwalking and going out a ten-story window, not knowing what they’re doing, I called Promenade car service, the one I always use.

    The Double Life is Twice as Good

  • A few places that Jacopo liked in Santa Monica: the playground just past the pier where you can also watch the acrobats, the pool at the Shangri-la, lunch at Hillstone's, and the second floor of Barnes and Noble on the Promenade, which is full of toys and books.

    Ondine Cohane: Foodie Time in Los Angeles

  • Her mordant view of her fellow human beings was already evident in a suite of her early prints called Promenade des Anglais (1934 – 1937).

    Photographers in the United States.

  • And I love that it starts @ the Third St. Promenade, which is the unofficial UN of Los Angeles.

    Fuck You, Aliens

  • For example, one of the delinquent CMBS loans is a $125 million mortgage secured by a shopping center in Corona, Calif. called Promenade Shops.

    Commercial Property Loses Shelter

  • & Co.: a $209 million mortgage backed by two Westin hotels in Tucson, Ariz., and Hilton Head, S.C., and a $125 million loan secured by a retail center, called Promenade Shops at Dos Lagos, in Corona, Calif.

    CMBS Market Begins to Show Fissures

  • The two boarded the ship and found themselves on a deck called Promenade.

    Pendragon: Book Eight: The Pilgrims of Rayne

  • The Promenade was the town center for this city on the sea and was still quite busy with those not interested in the partying going on in the Oceana Room.


  • The Promenade was the only chance to find the woman.



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