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John Travolta

John Travolta
John Travolta is an American actor. He was born on February 18, 1954 in New Jersey and moved to New York City after graduating from high school, where he was a cast member of the musical "Grease." He starred in "Saturday Night Fever", "Rocky", "Pulp Fiction", "Wild Hogs", "Look Who's Talking", "Hairspray", "Face/Off" and his voice is of the lead character in the animated movie "Bolt".He married actress Kelly Preston in 1991 and his son from that marriage, Jett, died on January 2, 2009 at 16 years of age. Travolta and Preston also have a daughter, Ella Bleu.
John Travolta is an American actor. He was born on February 18, 1954 in New Jersey and moved to New York City after graduating from high school, where he was a cast member of the musical "Grease." He starred in "Saturday Night Fever", "Rocky", "Pulp Fiction", "Wild Hogs", "Look Who's Talking", "Hairspray", "Face/Off" and his voice is of the lead character in the animated movie "Bolt".He married actress Kelly Preston in 1991 and his son from that marriage, Jett, died on January 2, 2009 at 16 years of age. Travolta and Preston also have a daughter, Ella Bleu. « Show less
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Woodmere

Woodmere
Beginnings: When the South Side Rail Road arrived in the Five Towns area in 1869, Woodmere and its tiny neighbor to the south, the present-day village of Woodsburgh, were one. The depot land was donated by liquor tycoon Samuel Wood, who about this time bought most of the surrounding land in a section known in earlier times as Browers Point, after early settlers. Wood, who had grown up in Rockaway, built two hotels, one the massive Woodsburgh Pavilion, catering to wealthy people. He named his new resort compound Woodsburgh, after his own family. He sold large tracts to New York millionaires to build summer places.
Photo: The Railroad Station at Woodmere from "Long Island Today" by Freder...
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Beginnings: When the South Side Rail Road arrived in the Five Towns area in 1869, Woodmere and its tiny neighbor to the south, the present-day village of Woodsburgh, were one. The depot land was donated by liquor tycoon Samuel Wood, who about this time bought most of the surrounding land in a section known in earlier times as Browers Point, after early settlers. Wood, who had grown up in Rockaway, built two hotels, one the massive Woodsburgh Pavilion, catering to wealthy people. He named his new resort compound Woodsburgh, after his own family. He sold large tracts to New York millionaires to build summer places.
Photo: The Railroad Station at Woodmere from "Long Island Today" by Frederick Ruther, 1909
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