|bullyheadmaster (bullyheadmaster) wrote in bullyreunion,|
@ 2008-12-12 02:11:00
|Entry tags:||00 mod post, 00 ooc, 00 premise|
The Bullworth Academy Alumni Association cordially invites you to join us at Bullworth Academy to celebrate five years of excellence for graduates of the class of 2000. We will be hosting an open reunion for all students of previous years on June 20th, 2005 at 6 pm. Dinner will be served in the cafeteria, followed by live music and dancing. Speakers will include Dr. Jerold Crabblesnitch, Mr. Seth Kolbe, and Mr. Derby Harrington.
RSVP to Julia Danvers-Crabblesnitch at (346) 925-2908.
Five years have passed since Jimmy Hopkins and his peers graduated from Bullworth Academy and went their separate ways, leaving the little hamlet of Bullworth behind. Since then, the town has changed dramatically. Big corporations have moved in, preying upon the small local businesses that once thrived there. Yum Yum Market is being devoured by Farmer Todd's, and Dragon's Wing Comics is suffering under the oppression (and nasty sweat-sock strong coffee) of Books by the Billions. Blue Skies is on the verge of being purged of all homes there, and half of New Coventry is under threat of being rezoned and converted into a massive Whoa! Mart Inc. (aka Woemart) stomping ground.
The rich and lofty high up on the hills of the Vale look down at all this commotion with vague amusement, or else have their hands deeply entrenched in the action. The people of New Coventry are fighting tooth and nail to keep their homes -- so what if the place is a little dirty? It's home. The citizens of Bullworth Town are trapped in the middle, and looking for a solution. Will the return of their children provide the answers? Or will the students of Bullworth Academy once more be divided between deep lines of prejudice and hatred?
Town Map with Notations
(I cannot for the life of me remember where I got this map. Please, if it is yours, email me and I will credit you or find another map.)
Bullworth General Hospital -- State of the art hospital built in 1999. Has rehab center and top of the line emergency rooms.
The Vale Hotel and Shea Lewis Bar and Grill -- Recently redesigned, the Vale Hotel is 11 floors of luxury, with its own in-house restaurant, Shea Lewis Bar and Grill, and the Liquid Lounge, which features nightly live entertainment and the best martinis in town.
Premier Mall and Outlets -- Luxury shopping experience, with Aquaberry Mode (an expanded, two-floor Aquaberry bonanza), Carver's Appliances and Department Store, Zhi-Zhi Organic Salon, Nine to Five Shoes Megastore, ultra-plush food court, and more!
Books by the Billions -- One of the largest bookseller chains in the country. This two-story bookstore also carries CDs, DVDs, and has a coffee and sandwich shop.
Farmer Todd's Grocery Store -- Premium foods store with a juice bar, expansive organic section, and complimentary store to car carrying service.
Bullworth 21 Theater -- 21-screen movie theater complex with full snack bar.
Old Vale Shoppes -- Charming bayside shops, including Brody's Bait and Tackle, Jerry's Crab Hut, Shiny Bikes, The Boar Inn Imported Meats Deli, Mimi's Antiques, and Yum Yum Market.
The Boardwalk -- A brand new attraction featuring fishing, souvenirs, and the famous Old Port Restaurant built by celebrity Chef Grier of Rouen.
Three Cranes Resort, Spa, and Casino -- Mr. William Crane came to Bullworth to build a humble amusement park, but his successes lead him to expand his business to this elegant five-star resort. The Asian Zen-inspired style was designed by his wife, Brandy Crane, and is touted as being both beautiful and accessible. It is also the most exclusive spot in Bullworth, boasting a three year waiting list for a room in the off-season. The Three Cranes Casino is home to the finest stage show east of Vegas.
Restaurant and Dining Listing:
River Stone Ice Creamery
Moonstags Coffee Bar
Old Port Restaurant
Antonio's Italian Pizzeria
Bullworth Town Center:
Fluff 'n Stuff Candy Store
Dragon's Wing Comics
J's Music Store and Instruments
Come Hither Adult Store
The Happy Mullet Barber Shop
Bullworth Hair and Nails Salon
Green Light Nightclub -- Get your motor running at this sleek and sexy nightclub, where the dance floor is a race track and the servers are your personal pit crew, dressed in the slinkiest of racing checkers. Mondays and Wednesdays are hip-hop, Tuesdays and Thursdays are rave nights, and the weekends are dance and house.
Rocket in My Pocket -- A cleverly-named nirvana for kids, with space-themed jungle gyms, arcade games, and a world-class ball crawl room.
Bullworth Town Shops -- Conveniently-located shops that include Worn-In Clothing store and more.
In & Out Motel -- This popular chain of budget rooms is perfect for travelers. Has a free continental breakfast.
Carmela's Mexican Kitchen
Diney's Retro Diner
Fluff n' Stuff Candy
McGready's Neighborhood Grill
The Dirty Wrench Strip Club -- Club for adult entertainment, with nightly live girl shows and happy hour specials.
Ballbuster's Pool Hall -- Once a thriving business by the name of Blue Balls Pool Hall, this hidden treasure fell on hard times and was closed for several years. It reopened under new management and is now a friendly, if slightly eccentric, biker pub.
Tasteful Tattoos -- A clean, certified tattoo parlor for everyone since 1989. Specializes in Prince Alberts.
Astropark Skate Park -- A cool, modern park with great amenities, locker room, and Pro Days.
Whoa!Mart Superstore -- A has-everything store for everyone, with groceries, home, garden, decor, electronics, toys, and anything else one might want to buy on a budget.
Station 5 Subs -- Built from an old train station, this charmingly-themed sub shop not only looks friendly, but serves a great sandwich.
The Wash -- 24 hour laundromat service.
Slab O' Meat Deli -- Reopened in 2001, Slab O' Meat boasts a wide variety of hearty meats, salads, and bakery items with great deals.
The Final Cut -- A quaint counterculture clothing store with a particularly large selection of hemp products.