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6 Sep 2006
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Skotch Brite - Dani California [RHCP Cover]
15 Aug 2006
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Short video message, entitled "Gospel Of The Kingdom", produced on September 9th, 2006, from the Worldwide Church of God local church in Fairfield, California USA.
18 Mar 2007
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Black American Political Association of California adds Senator Dianne Feinstein, Bill Duke, Ron Burkle, Lydia Kennard and Bishop Daniel Williams to its Hall of Fame Los Angeles, California November 15, 2006 /PRNewswire/ -- On October 7, 2006, at the 28th Annual BAPAC State Convention, the Black American Political Association added 5 members to its Political and Religious Hall of Fame, Senator Dianne Feinstein, Bill Duke, Ron Burkle, Lydia Kennard and Bishop Daniel Williams. Founded in 1979, BAPAC is committed to the active participation of African Americans in the political process. It has long been a force in creating change for African Americans and preparing leaders to seek elected office. In its 28th year, BAPAC now has 55 chapters and over 60,000 members. The event, held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, was a who's who of California politics, showing the depth and reach of the organization. Joining Senator Feinstein in support of BAPAC were such noted guests as Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Supervisor Yvonne Brathwaite Burke, Senator Nell Soto, Councilwoman Jan Perry, Congresswoman Diane Watson, Mayor Roosevelt Dorn, State Board of Equalization Member John Chiang and Lt. Governor Cruz Bustamante. President Clinton congratulated the honorees via video message. "BAPAC continues to lead the fight for unity, brotherhood and equal justice for all. We are pleased with the results of the Annual Conference; however we have to continue our efforts to build and strengthen our communities," said BAPAC President, Percy Pinkney.
6 Dec 2006
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BROOKE SHIELDS JOINS LAUREN HOLLY AT LEGOLAND® CALIFORNIA’S TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY HONORING NATIONAL ADOPTION MONTH World-renowned actress, author and mother of two, Brooke Shields, is joined by actress Lauren Holly at LEGOLAND® California’s fourth annual LEGO® Tree Lighting Ceremony dedicated to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption. More than 50 foster children from Los Angeles will be special guests as LEGOLAND California presents a special check donation to Wendy’s Wonderful Kids, a national program directed by the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption that channels resources directly into local foster care adoption recruitment efforts.An adorable set of siblings seeking a permanent home have been selected to help Shields, Holly and Santa pull the switch to illuminate the 30-foot tall LEGO tree. Once the one-of-a-kind tree is lit, a dazzling display of fireworks lights up the sky and snow showers Park guests from above.
8 Dec 2006
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Lightning Quick Sports Performance is also certified as a Performance Specialist through EXOS (CEU accredited by the NSCA and the National Academy of Sports Medicine).
A middle perfect cover of Dani California
12 Dec 2006
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Remembrance of WW2 pearl harbor attack by a survivor from the battleship california. Slides and audio.
13 Dec 2006
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Home footage of our trip to California. We are on Templin Hwy. with Tom Mason and the street luge guys
15 Jan 2007
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Time lapse video of two new buildings being built in Long Beach California.Total video time was about 3 hours compressed down to under a minute long.
4 Feb 2007
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California Condors in Arizona by the Arizona Game and Fish Department
25 Mar 2007
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Family Theme Park Builds Iconic Citys Strip out of LEGO Brick After nearly three years of planning and design, more than sixteen thousand hours of creative artistry and more than two million LEGO bricks, LEGOLAND California officially opened Miniland Las Vegas today. The family theme park in Carlsbad unveiled its largest Miniland expansion ever with the recreation of the fabulous Las Vegas Strip made entirely out of LEGO brick. Miniland Las Vegas features the world-famous Strip including ten different hotel properties chosen for their unique style. The Strip at LEGOLAND also features a miniature wedding chapel, monorails and real life sounds recorded in Las Vegas. Miniland is the heart of LEGOLAND California where kids and their families can see all that can be created with LEGO elements. As a visually stunning United States landmark, Las Vegas is a shining example of creativity and imagination, said President and General Manager John Jakobsen. Las Vegas is recognizable around the world and we are excited to give our family visitors the chance to experience the city in a kid friendly environment. Jakobsen presented a check on behalf of LEGOLAND California to the Foundation for Positively Kids for $14,354.25 the money was raised by auctioning off some former Park models for the first time ever on eBay. Positively Kids is a non profit childrens charity in Las Vegas dedicated to developing services that provide comprehensive care for Nevadas medically fragile and terminally ill children. This is an amazing time for Positively Kids. LEGOLAND has been an unexpected hero, said Fred Schultz, founder of Positively Kids. It is very rewarding to know that a large organization like LEGOLAND has stepped forward to embrace a local non profit when we know that their choices were many. The real benefactors are the children and the families we serve. The top pick in a poll of LEGOLAND guests, Miniland Las Vegas is designed to simulate the feeling of walking down Las Vegas Blvd. Models in the area range from the 20 foot tall Stratosphere tower to the intricate sculpture of an MGM icon, made from 1,250 LEGO bricks. The largest Miniland hotel, the Venetian, is comprised of more than 20 individual models. Each Miniland Las Vegas building has amazing lighting and sound features, with many of them replicating the famous lights of the Nevada city. Las Vegas is one of seven geographical locations in Miniland U.S.A. recreated entirely of LEGO bricks. More than 24 million LEGO bricks create this attraction considered the heart of the Park.
29 Mar 2007
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IVORY performing Hotel California
10 May 2007
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