East Side (Manhattan)

The East Side of Manhattan refers to the side of Manhattan which abuts the East River and faces Brooklyn and Queens. Fifth Avenue, Central Park from 59th to 110th Streets, Broadway below 8th Street separate it from the West Side; the major neighborhoods on the East Side include East Harlem, the Upper East Side, Turtle Bay, Murray Hill, Kips Bay, East Village, the Lower East Side. The main north–south expressways servicing the East Side are the Franklin D. Roosevelt East River Drive and Harlem River Drive, which for the majority of their length are separated from the east shore of the island by the Manhattan Waterfront Greenway; the East Side is served by many bus lines. West Side East Side Kids

Xavier High School (Appleton, Wisconsin)

Xavier High School is a private Catholic secondary school in Appleton, Wisconsin, in the Diocese of Green Bay. It was opened in 1959 by the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools and the Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity; the school was named in honor of the patron saint of the Green Bay Diocese. Rocky Bleier - - former NFL running back J. P. Hayes - - PGA Tour professional golfer Mike Heideman - - college basketball head coach Kristine Jarinovska - - Secretary of State, Latvia Mee Moua - - Minnesota state senator, first Hmong-American politician Greta Van Susteren - - TV journalist - official site

Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy!

Nelly Cootalot: Spoonbeaks Ahoy! is a point-and-click adventure game by British developer Alasdair Beckett. It was created as an indie game using the Adventure Game Studio game engine and released for free on the Internet on March 6, 2007; the game has been translated into Spanish, French and Polish. Spoonbeaks Ahoy! was created by Beckett as a gift for his girlfriend, the pirate protagonist Nelly Cootalot is modelled after her. In the fictional, insular Barony of Meeth, the player investigates the disappearance of a fleet of spoonbeaks. A few minigames must be completed to reach the ending, including deciphering a coded message and winning a "hook a duck" carnival game; the game's ending scene alludes to a potential sequel, which development was announced by Beckett in September 2008. The second game is called Nelly Cootalot II: The Fowl Fleet, it was released in March 2016 commercially. The game was praised for its story and humorous setting, though a few puzzles were considered difficult. While reviewers felt the game was inspired by Monkey Island series for its setting and dialogues, they acknowledge the originality of its art style and play experience.

It was rated 80 out of 100 by the magazine PC Format. The game won five AGS Awards in 2007, namely "Best Game Created with AGS", "Best Gameplay", "Best Dialogue Writing", "Best Player Character", "Best Character Art", it was named one of the 20 "Best Freeware Adventure Games" of 2007 by Think Services' Official website Game entry on the Adventure Game Studio database Official 1.6 Spanish version