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'''Burlesque Street''', is a one-way diagonal thoroughfare that runs six blocks from [[Garnet Street]] to [[Manganese Street]]. It is most famous for intersecting with [[Denver-Exeter Avenue]] forming [[Star Junction]], one of the biggest tourist spots in the city. The street is ment to emulate "Broadway" which is also a diagonal street that intersects in "Times Square" in New York. There is also a Police station and [[Cluckin' Bell]] on the route.
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[[File:BurlesqueStreet-GTAIV.jpg|thumb|290px]]'''Burlesque Street''' is a one-way diagonal thoroughfare that runs six blocks from [[Garnet Street]] to [[Manganese Street]]. It is most famous for intersecting with [[Denver-Exeter Avenue]] forming [[Star Junction]], one of the biggest tourist spots in the city. The street is meant to emulate "Broadway" which is also a diagonal street that intersects in "Times Square" in New York. There is also a [[Star Junction Police Station|police station]] and [[Cluckin' Bell]] on the route.
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== Trivia ==
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* The street is named after the literary genre of [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burlesque burlesque] , which is based on caricaturing serious issues and ridiculing their subjects - a style most [[Grand Theft Auto|Grand Theft Auto games]] heavily employ.
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Latest revision as of 18:09, December 15, 2014

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Burlesque Street is a one-way diagonal thoroughfare that runs six blocks from Garnet Street to Manganese Street. It is most famous for intersecting with Denver-Exeter Avenue forming Star Junction, one of the biggest tourist spots in the city. The street is meant to emulate "Broadway" which is also a diagonal street that intersects in "Times Square" in New York. There is also a police station and a Cluckin' Bell on the route.

Trivia Edit

  • The street is named after the literary genre of burlesque , which is based on caricaturing serious issues and ridiculing their subjects - a style most Grand Theft Auto games heavily employ.

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