The event where Chelsea Clinton announced her pregnancy this week was billed as “Girls: A No Ceilings Conversation.”
She would complain about everything even though she had a whole floor to herself in Chelsea.
“Gay men love vodka,” said Michael McGrail, the owner of G Lounge, a gay bar in Chelsea.
Showing off a bubbly, engaging personality on Chelsea Lately was another.
Beyond the dungeons are a handful of “S&M clubs,” the most well-known being Paddles, in Chelsea.
The Ranelagh, "a place of public entertainment," erected at Chelsea in 1742, was a kind of Vauxhall under cover.
A physician, who lived in London, visited a lady who resided in Chelsea.
He established himself in Chelsea by Smollett's advice, and died there about 1785.
His arrangements completed, Hardy hurried off again to Chelsea.
It was the young lady who came to see the Italian picture at the restorer's Studio in Chelsea, a little over six months past.
district in southwest London, Chelchuthe (1300), Old English Chelchede (1086), Celchyth (789), Caelichyth (767), probably literally "chalk landing place," from Old English cealc "chalk" (see chalk (n.)) + hyth "landing place." Perhaps chalk or limestone was unloaded here from Chalk near Gravesend in Kent. Chelsea Hospital founded by Charles II, built 1680s, as a home for aged veterans. As a fem. proper name, not in the top 1,000 names in U.S. until 1969, then in the top 100 among girls born 1984 to 1998, peaking at number 15 in 1992.