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A BIT OF LA HISTORY: SPRING STREET 1898

  This is Downtown LA 119 years ago. Foot, Horse and Buggy, Bicycle and Trolley traffic on South Spring Street. Filmed by Thomas Edison’s Photography Company. Railfan RodRod Washington Writer, filmmaker, model railroader, dreamer, posting videos and articles about trains. Also, posting railfanning videos and updates about his own model railroad layout via his webpage, the rail project (coming soon)….

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Dairy Council of California and Partners Build Appetites for Free Summer Meals

Increased Participation Benefits California Children, Communities + Agriculture SACRAMENTO, Calif., June 5, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Nearly 2 million of California’s low-income students have missed out on free, balanced meals from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Summer Food Service Program, putting health and academic achievement at risk and leaving millions of federally allocated dollars on the table. Through promotional efforts with state…

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The Seaside Town of Morro Bay, CA Asks Travelers: Why Wait for the Weekend to Visit the Quaint fishing village? It’s All Happening Mid-Week!

MORRO BAY, Calif., May 26, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — The quaint seaside town of Morro Bay, CA invites travelers to enjoy the many benefits of visiting mid-week this May and June! Avoid the crowds, enjoy the food and wine in over 80 restaurants and take your time shopping at all the unique boutiques. Life in this small beach town is reminiscent of…

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DAY 2 AND NEW COMICON RULES

As Phoenix Comicon 2017 continued into Day 2 of the event, the man that caused a severe step up of security yesterday, made his first court appearance. As a result of yesterday’s event, Phoenix Comicon made a few policy changes. Cosplayers are now not allowed to bring in props or prop weaponry of any kind. Other changes were in the…

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