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Tag: one in California

  • R in Los Angeles, US

    The Sixth Street Viaduct connects downtown Los Angeles’ up-and-coming Arts District in the heart of downtown and East Los Angeles’ Boyle Heights. The bridge crosses over the LA River and has been featured in numerous movies such Drive, Anchorman, Grease, Terminator 2 and 3, National Security, The Mask, Furious 7 Read more [...]

  • C in California, US

    I would have loved to bring out my family from Canada to be here to hold the rest of the letters,” said the performer. “I chose a C because it seemed so obvious. I would probably choose a longer word if my family was here, like Calimesa or canyon, to Read more [...]

  • A in Los Altos, California, US

    Apple’s first 50 Apple 1 computers were built in the spare bedroom of Steve Jobs’ parents. Those Apple 1s were sold to Paul Jay Terrell’s Byte Shop for $500 each. Only a couple months later Apple moved – in to Steve Jobs’ parents’ garage. The garage is located at 2066 Read more [...]

  • T in Davis, California, US

    ‘Divorce Options‘ collaborative group offers help to get divorced without going to court and promotes the idea of a collaborative divorce model. After their weekly meeting at Odd Fellows Davis Lodge these two attorneys(lawyers. up to you which you use), Lana M. Shearer and Yasmin Spiegel, chose to hold the Read more [...]

  • S in Sacramento, California, US

    Professional basketball player Ray McCallum, Jr. from the Sacramento Kings of the National Basketball Association (NBA), and former NCAA Division 1 Horizon League Player of the Year, chose the letter S to represent Sacramento. The performance, shot by Sacramento native Phil America, was taken in front of the Kings’ practice Read more [...]

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