I'm the oldest antique in town.
I was brought up in Florence, a beautiful medieval town whose rhythm is completely in antiquity.
Coos Bay is a sports-minded town. You had to be an athlete to be somebody.
Bob Taylor and I playing brothers. And I was a Mexican bandit. And he was the sheriff of the town. And we loved each other. We loved each other very much.
Basically, I was pretty ostracized in my hometown. Me and a few other guys were the town freaks- and there were many occasions when we were dodging getting beaten up ourselves.
At 14 and 15, I was sort of my town's resident beatnik.
I've been in this business for years and I'm still befuddled by the ways of this town.
I am leaving the town to the invaders: increasingly numerous, mediocre, dirty, badly behaved, shameless tourists.
Gordon Ramsay grew up in a tourist town, Stratford-Upon-Avon, but in a part tourists don't visit - a council estate: a concrete bunker subsidized by the local government, synonymous with deprivation and blight.
The possibility that a provincial town could win the League completely bucks the trend.
I'm just the worst little Buddhist in town.
My father, Arthur, was a fishmonger, first at Billingsgate market and later in Camden Town and Golders Green.
I lived in Camden, Primrose Hill and Kentish Town for 10 years.
My parents are from Manchester but I was brought up in London, Camden Town.
When I was ten, I won the horseshoe-throwing contest at summer camp. I was also the Wiffle ball champion in my town.
My mother, Minuetta Kessler, was a concert pianist and composer who performed at Carnegie Hall and Town Hall.
My countrymen have commissioned a bust of the Republic. It will be placed on the fountain of my native town.
Los Angeles, I don't like that town. Too decadent, and it's slimy.
I lived in town until I was eight and then I moved nearer the farmland, so I had a mixture.
My town hall meetings are with friends and neighbors, fellow Americans. We engage.