Can two cities, located within the same region of California share similar qualities, yet have distinct differences? I have lived in San Diego for the last five years and I have also resided in Los Angeles for 10 years. As a result of living in both cities, I have found many similarities and differences between these two sister cities. Three major similarities and differences can be found within the environments, lifestyles and the job markets of both major metropolitan cities. These cities are both known worldwide and have mass appeal.
This earthquake is remembered as one of the most destructive natural disasters next to the Galveston hurricane of 1900, and hurricane Katrina of 2005. The death toll is believed to have soared past the 3000+ casualty mark. San Francisco was the 9th largest city in the US, and the largest city on the west coast. Over the years San Francisco had become a financial, trade powerhouse and was even referred to as “gateway to the pacific” because they had the busiest port on the West coast. The initial impact was devastating which left about 300,000 people homeless out of a population of about 410,000.
Hispanics have the highest level of immigration in US. They are growing faster than any other group and have influenced American culture in many factors, but mainly in food, art and language. First of all, Hispanic food has caused a great impact on American culture. There are Hispanic restaurants in every city and you don't find there only Latinos, but Americans too. They love to go there to enjoy the great Latin food flavor.
Bogota is at 2600 meters above sea level and Miami is located at sea level. This affects directly the climate. For example Bogota has an average of 50 degrees and Miami manage over 90 degrees. There are some facts like location and economy that can be analyzed when you compare the two cities. Bogota is located in the center of the country and Miami is located in south east of the country.
There are only 2 seasons: summer from May to October and winter from November to April. The average daytime summer temperature at sea level is 85 degree F and the average daytime winter temperature is 78 degree F. Temperatures at night are around 10 degree F. lower. According to Wilson's hotspot theory, the volcanoes of the Hawaiian chain should get slowly older and become tougher the farther they travel outside the hotspot. The oldest volcanic rocks on Kauai, the northwestern most inhabited Hawaiian island, are about 5.5 million years old and are deeply tough. By contrast, on the "Big Island" of Hawaii -- southeastern most in the chain and probably still located over the hotspot -- the oldest bare rocks are less than 0.7 million years
Introduction The style of resorts and gaming would be changed when Steven Wynn followed his passion as an entrepreneur. Wynn has been notices as one of the most talented casino gamer in the world. He has set a huge distance between him and the others in the gaming world. Wynn developed the Wynn Resort Casino in Las Vegas and it has become million dollar market. This was a result of a winning business strategy.
Everything went from traditional to modern. Sports became big business when it came to consumers and the economy. The most famous home-run hero Babe Ruth caused many to buy tickets in such numbers to see him play at the Yankee Stadium. In 1921 boxing was also a sport that created a lot of buzz. Jazz, the music that is said to emerge at this time was a way for many young people to let go and have fun.
Throughout American history from the early 20th century onward, organized crime has always been relevant and continues to grow as an empire in modern day society. Some of the most popular organized crime groups in America are the Italian Mafia or El Cosa Nostra, the Irish and Jewish mobs, and the South American and Mexican drug cartels which evolved later in the 20th century. Organized crime began with the massive European immigration to the East coast of the United States particularly in New York City. There were more people than jobs so young men had to turn to crime. After, organized crime grew quickly in the 1920’s during prohibition through the smuggling of liquor and separate crime organizations worked together in order to have more control over the law.
Las Vegas has shown impressive job growth in a major city with a low state and local tax burden. It also has spawned significant public and private sector investment. Las Vegas also has done a lot to revitalize the rest of the city. But then we can look at Atlantic City, NJ and say the exact opposite. It has been said that prior to casinos, Atlantic City used to be the slum by the sea, and now it is the slum by the sea with casinos.