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UCLA Film & Television Archive - A preserve for film and television of every genre, the archive has nearly a quarter of a million programs which are accessible to the public. Most of the screenings are presented at the James Bridges Theater in the form of film festivals focusing on the work of a director, actor, genre or time period.

California Science Center - From the moment you walk though the doors, it becomes very apparent that this isn't your typical museum. One of the city's largest and most popular museums, California Science Center is a place to learn about the wonders of science through numerous interactive exhibits and demonstrations.

Six Flags Magic Mountain - Massive monster coasters. Awesome adventure rides. Fun family attractions. We're talking serious thrills at Six Flags Magic Mountain! This is the place for innovative, top-thrill coasters, as well as fun rides for the whole family. Less than an hour away from LA- you don't want to miss this.

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Tournament of Roses - Each New Year's Day, the world focuses its attention on Pasadena, California, located just to the north east of Los Angeles. Home of the Rose Parade, and Rose Bowl Game, the Tournament of Roses celebrates a festival of flowers, music and sports unequaled anywhere in the world. It's America's New Year Celebration, a greeting to the world on the first day of the year, and a salute to the community spirit and love of pageantry that have thrived in Pasadena for more than a century.

Orange International Street Fair - Every Labor Day weekend for the past three decades, the Orange International Street Fair in downtown Orange has been the place where friends, families and neighbors get together to experience a wide variety of food, music and dance from cultures and ethnicities throughout the world.Whether it’s Philly Cheese Steaks, Italian Sausages or Greek Loukoumades, the Street Fair never fails to tantalize the taste buds of the half million Fair goers every year.

Lotus Festival - The Lotus Festival creates an atmosphere of understanding in which Asian and Pacific Islander communities in Southern California are brought together for two days of cultural sharing. The Festival also seeks to preserve and enlighten the public with a sampling of distinctly different and unique Asian and Pacific Islander culture and traditions through cultural displays, art, music, dance and food.

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Cielito Lindo - Home of the original world-famous taquitos with quacamole sauce. Located on Historic Olvera Street.

Anna's Italian Restaurant - Offers traditional Italian fare in West Los Angeles. New dishes are introduced every year since inception and the menu is still growing.

Overland Cafe - This cozy neighborhood Cafe has been serving the community, "Food you can pronounce at prices you can afford" for over 28 years. Favorites include New Orleans Chicken and Shrimp, Barbequed Ribs and Fresh Fish as well as Garden Fresh Salads, Fresh Pasta and a variety of Vegetarian Dishes.

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