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Numerology information Crenshaw:
Name Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive
Definition funny of Crenshaw:
Crenshaw and neighboring Leimert Park is one of the largest middle-class black neighborhoods in the United States, despite heavy damage from the 1992 riots and the 1994 earthquake. However, the growth of the gang-dominated crack cocaine trade in the 1980s made Crenshaw district one of the most violent neighborhoods in Los Angeles, with the stretch of Crenshaw Boulevard between Slauson Avenue and Adams Boulevard remaining a virtual free-fire zone for years. For the most of its length Crenshaw is just another unremarkable South Central thoroughfare. It runs from Long Beach in the south up to Wilshire Boulevard where it ends. The fact that Crenshaw stops dead at the northen edge of South Central - at the point where the racial mix starts to change rapidly - gives the street its own significance. Since the fifties, Crenshaw has been a street which African Americans can think of as pretty much their own. Other than that, the only other notable peculiarity of Crenshaw's geography comes around the junction with Slauson; at this point it becomes the widest street in Los Angeles, divided by a central reservation, laid out long ago with grand ambition that somehow it hasn't yet lived up to, except once a week, on Sundays, when the street really comes alive with the Sunday-night cruise. From Adams, past the Crenshaw-Baldwin Hills Mall, through Leimart Park and down Imperial, Black and Mexican youths come out flossin their chromes, and motors. It's the time when African American and Latino youth gets to rule three miles of tarmac. The Crenshaw Cruise is a carnival that anyone can join, and it's free. There are so few places where young men and women can hang out together in South Central, without trouble. There is little public space and local parks routinely become territories of individual gangs. The bigger streets, like Crenshaw, often form the borderlands between gang turfs, are neutral ground, as long as you stick to the street itself. This lack of safe space for people to meet feeds back into gang animosities. If there were more situations like the Crenshaw cruise availble, in which members of different gangs could socialise together there would be less mutual fear and hatred on the streets.
"Remember K day, weekends--Crenshaw--MLK automatics rang free cause niggas' lost their way" - Tupac "To live and die in LA"
a ghettohood located in south los angeles that has been riddled with gangs since the rise of the crack-cocaine market in the 80's. on any given day (or night), shirtless blacks and mexicans can be seen wandering the streets by foot or on bike. many times, there will be groups of them consumating liquor on someones porch. caucasians are an extremely rare sight and are only seen getting the shit beat out of them, having their vehicles stolen, and/or being forcefully sodomized. devils vagina, shithole, niggerville
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"I licked those bound crenshaws all over, making her gasp with delight, until I’d had my fill of her tits." Chic Letters, June 1990, page 31
A word used to describe anything that is off the hook or provokes excitement. Also used to describe something that is done well. Other uses include cren, crenalicious, and crentabulous.
Songs about Crenshaw:
Miss Crenshaw [Explicit] by Rodney O And Joe Cooley from the Album Get Ready To Roll [Explicit]
Battered Soul (feat. Randy Crenshaw) by Eric Corne from the Album Battered Soul (feat. Randy Crenshaw)
Crenshaw & Slauson (True Story) [Explicit] by Nipsey Hussle from the Album Crenshaw [Explicit]
Crenshaw Punch / I'll Throw Rocks At You (Remastered Album Version) by Deftones from the Album B-Sides & Rarities [Explicit]
Daddy Sang the Blues (feat. Anson Funderburgh & Dempsey Crenshaw) by Ruff Kutt Blues Band from the Album Mill Block Blues
1 Mills Crenshaw host Dr Bruce Warren and Larry Ferguson Part 2 Book of Mormon Evidences by 2013 Darell Thorpe Producer Editor Of Ktkk 630 Am Radio Utah 12-4-1988 Show from the Album 5 Collection of Archived Radio Shows on Book of Mormon Evidences 1980-2000
10th and Crenshaw by Fatboy Slim from the Album Better Living Through Chemistry
Books about Crenshaw:
Lizzie Crenshaw Mysteries - Box Set of 3 by Teresa Watson (Mar 17, 2013)
Death Goes to the Dogs (Lizzie Crenshaw Mysteries Book 4) by Teresa Watson and Jamie Lee Scott (Dec 15, 2012)
Death Catches A Killer (Lizzie Crenshaw Mysteries) by Teresa Watson and Jamie Livingston-Dierks (May 4, 2013)
Death Stalks the Law (Lizzie Crenshaw Mysteries) by Teresa Watson (Sep 3, 2012)
Death of a Cantankerous Old Coot (Lizzie Crenshaw Mysteries Book 1) by Teresa Watson (Nov 2, 2011)
Death Makes the Front Page (Lizzie Crenshaw Mysteries) by Teresa Watson and Jamie Lee Scott (Jun 17, 2012)
The Ticket Out: Darryl Strawberry and the Boys of Crenshaw by Michael Sokolove (Apr 3, 2006)
Movies about Crenshaw:
Marshall Crenshaw - On Stage At World Cafe Live [HD] 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 58 mins Starring: Marshall Crenshaw Directed by: Inakustik
Marshall Crenshaw: Live From the Stone Pony 2003 NR - Runtime: 58 mins
Marshall Crenshaw: On Stage at World Cafe Live 2007 NR - Runtime: 57 mins Starring: Marshall Crenshaw
Crenshaw: Art of Putting -
Charlie Rose with Gerald Lefcourt & Ted Wells; Jesse Jackson, Leslie Crocker Snyder, Kimberle Crenshaw, Eric Breindel... 2006 -
Charlie Rose with Helio Castroneves; Michael Deaver; Ben Crenshaw 2006 - Runtime: 57 mins
Crenshaw Boulevard - An American Boulevard 2008 - Runtime: 1 hr 10 mins Starring: Father David O'Connell, Leimert Park, et al. Directed by: Dan Wozniak
Wiki information Crenshaw:
Crenshaw is a neighborhood and district of the southwestern of the city of Los Angeles, California. It derives its name from Crenshaw Boulevard, one of the city's principal thoroughfares. Crenshaw is bordered by Chesterfield Square on the east, Hyde...
Crenshaw County is a county of the U.S. state of Alabama. As of the 2010 census, the population was 13,906. Its county seat is Luverne. Its name is in honor of a judge, Anderson Crenshaw.