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Los Angeles Times
Here are 13 gifts to show your appreciation and encourage people to rest their eyes once in a while too. Literally everyone who is slightly famous or just past their 15 minutes of fame is on Cameo. If you’re shopping for the type of person who has everything they need,
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Internet meme ~ Inspiration of Ellen G. White ~ Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
Technically, Gen Z accounts for anyone born from roughly 1996 to 2010. Maybe that’s you, and you’re just looking for ideas. But if Gen Z makes you think of a teen or young adult in your life who wears clothes that were popular 20 to 30 years ago and says things like,
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Generation Z ~ Christmas and holiday season ~ Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles Times
This list has been curated to identify items that pamper and pleasure those on your holiday gift list, and give us all the gift of looking inward, instead of outward.
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The Eastsider LA
When Juan and Candy Villa purchased La Azteca Tortilleria in 2010, they had no idea how to make handmade tortillas or how to run a business.
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iMore
A rare Apple-1 personal computer is going to auction in California next week and has an estimated price of up to $600,000.
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San Clemente Times
By Zach Cavanagh Going into the San Clemente football team’s regular-season finale at Mission Viejo on Friday, Oct. 29, the Tritons’ path seemed pretty cle
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Eater
“There are smells that don’t let you forget,” says Marisa Furno, owner of Guido’s Pizza & Deli in Rancho Cucamonga. “When you take a fugazzeta out from the oven, that smell is Argentin
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Mercury News
An electronics professor bought the Apple-1 for $645 in 1977. Now a California auction house says it’s valued up to $600,000.
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The San Bernardino Sun
Victorville City Council member Blanca Gomez allegedly interfered with deputies who were escorting a masked man filming council members out of the July 20 meeting
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
The Mustangs trailed early in the fourth quarter but scored the final four goals of the match to pull out the victory.
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The Press-Enterprise
Paul George (32 points) and Reggie Jackson (29) set the pace as the Clippers make 21 3-pointers and ride their best shooting game of the season to a 126-115 win.
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Daily Journal
If you look at the Big Ten leaders in tackles for the season, you’ll spot two Nebraska inside linebackers near the top of the list.
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CBS Los Angeles on MSN.com
One of the first Apple-1 computers will go up for auction next Tuesday. (credit: CBSLA) The 45-year-old tech relic is expected to be sold for anywhere from $400,000 to $600,000. The computer was hand-built in the garage of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak back in 1976.
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Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
An electronics professor bought the Apple-1 for $645 in 1977. Now a Monrovia auction house says it’s valued up to $600,000.
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San Fernando Valley Sun
Diana Najar always felt she took good care of herself. The 47-year-old Sylmar resident worked in the health profession as a surgical assistant, and maintained a level of fitness by […]
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DeviantArt
Lake Don Pedro is a reservoir, created 1923 and expanded in 1967. So the question I’m wondering, of course, who is Don Pedro? Well he was French. Bet you didn’t see that coming. Pierre Sainsevain came to California from Bordeaux in 1836 to go and visit the wrath of God upon the French appellations by developing California as wine growing territory.
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