Waterfront

Waterfront may refer to:

  • waterfront (area), the dockland district of a town
  • In music

  • Waterfront (band), a 1980s British pop duo
  • Waterfront Records, an Australian record label
  • "Waterfront" (song), by Simple Minds
  • Waterfront Blues Festival, in Portland, Oregon
  • In film and television

  • Waterfront (1928 film), directed by William A. Seiter
  • Waterfront (1939 film) a Warner Brothers film directed by Terry O. Morse
  • Waterfront (1944 film), starring John Carradine
  • Waterfront (1950 film), directed by Michael Anderson, featuring Robert Newton
  • On the Waterfront (1954 film), directed by Elia Kazan and starring Marlon Brando
  • Waterfront (1955 TV series), a 1955 television series starring Preston Foster
  • Waterfront (TV series), an unaired American show
  • Waterfront (miniseries), a 1984 Australian miniseries
  • Waterfront Film Festival, Saugatuck, Michigan
  • Places

  • Quad Cities Waterfront Convention Center, located in Bettendorf, Iowa, USA
  • Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, a historic harbour in Cape Town, South Africa
  • The Dubai Waterfront, a massive offshore community being built in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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    Crown Court cases backlog rises to more than 500

    Belfast Telegraph 25 Jan 2021
    Extra court space has been acquired at the International Convention Centre at the Waterfront Hall in Belfast and plans on facilitating other further business are being developed ...Plans are also being developed to facilitate other courts and tribunals business....
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    Tom Brady is leading the Buccaneers through their first playoff run in over a decade. ...

    Business Insider 24 Jan 2021
    They bought a gorgeous, 5,000-square-foot waterfront estate on Indian Creek Island for $17 million ... Business Insider That's because they reportedly dropped $20 million on a new waterfront apartment in Tribeca ... Business Insider Prior to New York, they lived in a Boston condo, but sold it for $9.2 million in 2012....
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    Former port director explores the heights — and depths — of early San Pedro harbor ...

    Daily Breeze 23 Jan 2021
    He would work hard to shift business from L.A ... A bench made from a cornerstone of an old Beacon Street building now graces the waterfront in Los Angeles ... The book looks at the evolution of commission members, who early on were largely local business owners....
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    Halifax restaurants offer outdoor dining to keep patrons safe

    CBC 21 Jan 2021
    ... their businesses open during the COVID-19 pandemic....
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    Could a COVID-19 surge lead to shutdowns at L.A. ports? Officials plead for dockworker vaccines

    The Los Angeles Times 20 Jan 2021
    Workplaces across California, from behemoth warehouses to neighborhood businesses, face soaring coronavirus cases while trying to stay afloat amid continually seesawing restrictions ... Business ... Business ... Laws taking effect in 2021 will make California businesses offer employees more help to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic ... Business ... Business....
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    Palm Beach dining: Chef shares his love of paella

    Palm Beach Daily News 20 Jan 2021
    When it comes to paella, the acclaimed rice dish of Spain, Albert Crifaci Molla figures he has prepared it hundreds of times. In his early career alone, when he led the culinary team of a busy waterfront restaurant, he was making paella 15-plus times a night, he reckons. And that was in paella’s cradle, Spain ... Ocean Blvd ... Rice is key with paella....
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    Mount Pleasant pushes for alternative Crab Bank re-nourishment plan

    The Post and Courier 19 Jan 2021
    The main concern is shallowing of Shem Creek that would affect boaters, businesses owners and recreational visitors ... Von Nessen discussed the economic impact that projected shallowing could have on Shem Creek’s businesses and Mount Pleasant’s economy ... This would be 19 to 30 percent of the business activity for the Shem Creek Waterfront District....
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    LA Port director reviews the dizzying ups and downs of 2020 while looking toward current year

    Press Telegram 15 Jan 2021
    “Our container business in 2020,” Seroka said, “was the most erratic we have ever seen.” ... The port’s growing cruise operations also “took a drastic hit,” Seroka said, “and so did our visitor-serving waterfront businesses.”....
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    Port facilities plan brings state support closer

    The Daily Astorian 15 Jan 2021
    Business Oregon, the state’s economic development agency, paid for the creation of a capital facilities plan to prioritize projects, bringing on AmeriCorps intern Lydia Ivanovic to help Matt McGrath, the Port's deputy director ... The capital facilities and strategic business plans ......
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    Proposed study targets waterfront development in Brunswick

    The Brunswick News 15 Jan 2021
    There is a strong belief among elected officials and business leaders that Brunswick’s waterfront is prime for development to help spur the ongoing renaissance downtown ... ....
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    Nick Bollettieri's Manatee County home on Palma Sola Bay on market for $2.2 million

    Sarasota Herald-Tribune 15 Jan 2021
    The Hall of Fame tennis coach and founder of Bradenton’s IMG Tennis Academy recently put his 4,560-square-foot waterfront home on the market for $2.2 million. “With the epidemic that’s taking place, all of my outside businesses of speeches, clinics, working with major corporations came to a halt,” he said....
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    Jobless claims approach 1 million, in the biggest jump since March

    The Los Angeles Times 15 Jan 2021
    Jobless claims have exceeded 750,000 each week since virus cases started surging again late last year, underscoring the effect of infection fears and business restrictions on employment ... The recently approved $900-billion pandemic aid package should provide some relief for workers and businesses in the current quarter ... Business ... Business ... Business....
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    Letters from readers: Thanks for stopping Lot J

    The Florida Times Union 14 Jan 2021
    Jacksonville needs to develop its waterfront ... Lot J seemed to be another step towards revitalizing Jacksonville’s vast waterfront and downtown area that could have attracted businesses, tourists and ultimately tax revenue ... There is no other self-proclaimed big city that does less with its waterfront than Jacksonville....

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