Main Street (Ottawa Road #72) is a major road in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Despite the name, the street isn't Ottawa's "main street", as one would argue that that title would be held by Bank Street. Main Street however is the "main street" for the community of Ottawa East.
Main Street is a station on the Bloor-Danforth line of the subway system in Toronto, Canada. It is located at 2550 Danforth Avenue at Main Street. It was opened in 1968. 350 metres to the south, Main Street connects to Danforth station on GO Transit's Lakeshore East railway line.
Main Street, credited to Roy Wood's Wizzard (whereas the group's first two albums had been credited simply to Wizzard), was initially planned to showcase the more jazz-rock, deliberately uncommercial, side of the group as part of a double album, along with the material that became the album Introducing Eddy & The Falcons in 1974. When they eventually recorded Main Street in 1975-6, the group had rather slipped out of the public eye and was on the point of disbanding. The single, also credited to Roy Woodâ€™s Wizzard, "Indiana Rainbow" (backed by a non-album track "The Thing Is This (This Is The Thing)"), released in March 1976, stiffed completely, and did not even make the BBC Radio 1 playlist.
MainStreet is a defunct department store chain based in Chicago, Illinois, with stores throughout Chicagoland, as well as in Detroit, Michigan; Grand Rapids, Michigan; and Minneapolis, Minnesota. The chain was launched in November 1983 by Federated Department Stores.http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m3092/is_v23/ai_3345587 Federated to add specialty div. and fine-tune nondept. stores, Discount Store News, July 9, 1984. The store was a middle-market chain focused primarily on softlines, not unlike Mervyn's or Kohl's; in fact, MainStreet stores often featured a "race track" layout similar to that of Kohl's.
Main Street is the name of a major north-south thoroughfare bisecting Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It runs from Waterfront Road by Burrard Inlet in the north, to Kent Avenue alongside the north arm of the Fraser River in the south.