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LA Times travel writer Christopher Reynolds dives into the heart of America's favorite suburb-- the San Fernando Valley, where the Brady Bunch grew up and Moon Unit Zappa learned to talk funny. In the video, several locals disclose tips and secrets for finding fun in the valley.
Baby Boomers Tribute "Sign of the Times" So Cal San Fernando Valley Relics Facebook Nudies Leo's Stereo Van Nuys Drive-in Pickwick Levitz The Broadway Capri Theatre 50's Cafe White Horse Inn Henry's Tacos North Hollywood Panorama City
Finally in the Valley! Got to visit some of its parts from Valley Village to Bob Hope Airport. There are plenty of other places out in SFV that I will need to show you some other time. Your suggestions for my next videos are always appreciated. Thank you for watching and be safe on them streets! Instagram - http://instagram.com/310mma Twitter - https://twitter.com/HoodRussian Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/HoodRussian G+ - http://www.google.com/+hoodrussian VK - https://vk.com/HoodRussian
San Fernando, Pampanga is now getting known as a vacation spot, as a theme park there offers not just one, two or three, but 20 rides! Aired: March 19, 2015 Catch Unang Hirit weekdays at 5:00 AM on GMA Network! http://gmanews.tv/unanghirit http://gmanews.tv/unangbalita Like: http://fb.com/UnangHirit Follow: http://twitter.com/UnangHirit Follow: http://instagram.com/unanghirit
Baby Boomers Tribute "Remember When" San Fernando Valley 2014 A video Retrospective of people and places gone by. Vintage Home Movies Kodak Moments I have recently added the "Fan Funding" feature to my channel! Hoping to raise enough to upgrade my Editing PC THANK YOU ...to those that have already supported my channel! : )
Authorities charged a Sylmar man, who they call a "serial killer," with murder and attempted murder after they say he killed four people and wounded three others in a five-day shooting rampage. For more: http://lat.ms/1q5putG SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS AND NEWS http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=losangelestimes LET'S CONNECT: Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/+latimes Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/latimes Twitter ► https://twitter.com/LATimes L.A. Times ► http://www.latimes.com/
I had the chance to meet up with a great subscriber Tito from Katy Texas. Tito is originally from Los Angeles California, Southern California San Fernando Valley. Tito gives a quick description why he left California like many other people. We discuss current events and prophetic events in the news and around the world. We thought we also share whats bothering us in our surrounding areas as well. We believe 2017 was a year full of prophetic signs and wonders all over the planet. I also believe 2018 will also be another interesting year full of Prophecy. Midterm elections are coming up in 2018. The North Korean dictator is still causing a lot of problems. America is still a very sinful nation and only the Good LORD Almighty knows the times and the dates. Thanks for watching please comment ...
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Baby Boomers Tribute "Busch Gardens & Bird Sanctuary" Van Nuys San Fernando Valley Busch Gardens was a "$4-million theme park and tropical oasis, [added] to the Van Nuys brewery. The 17-acre spread included a monorail that snaked around the facility and passed windows that gave passengers a look at the brewing process" (LA Times). Busch transformed a 17-acre cabbage patch adjacent to the Van Nuys brewery into a tropical beer garden and bird sanctuary. Amongst the many activities provided for visitors were boat rides across a lagoon, a monorail, a log-flume ride, and a suspended trolley tour through the brewery; but perhaps the most popular attraction was the free beer. Once the park admission was paid, anyone of drinking age was allowed "two 10-ounce glasses of beer at each of the five...
You don't have to travel far to find Instagram-able spots near L.A. Watch as video journalist Michael Sherman, a local of the San Fernando Valley, shows us the best places for Angelenos to get that perfect Instagram pic for your feed.
Baby Boomers Tribute "Get Together" 1910-2010 San Fernando Valley So Cal The San Fernando Valley is considered the child city of metropolitan Los Angeles; a child that gradually grew and matured. From the development of farming and agriculture to the subdividing of land and finally to the market boom in commercialization and industrialization, the Valley has taken on its own course in history thus invented its own acclamation. In fact, Charles A. Bearchell noted, "If the Valley were a separately incorporated city, it would rank among the top six cities in the nation." To understand the maturation of the Valley, one must note the population growth, specifically between the years 1910 to 1960, when the largest population increases were recorded in Valley history. Indeed, the population of t...
A movie capture of an underground light rail station in process of being designed. This particular model was an ongoing and iterative process exploring various station configurations, interior finishes, and lighting design. Built in UE4. Has also been used in public outreach demonstrations to share client-approved design with the public.
http://the88sj.com The 88 is not only San Jose's most unrivaled address, it is also the fastest-selling high-rise in San Jose thanks to unparalleled views, amenities, services and more. With conveniences like The Market located just an elevator ride away, residents never have to go far to enjoy all the benefits of city living. Explore our neighborhood and see for yourself why our location lands us a perfect 100/100 "Walker's Paradise" on walkscore.com. Don't forget to stop into The 88 for a tour of our new model homes with incredible views!
Fabulous location with easy access to Light Rail and HWY 101/237/680/880. Close to levi's Stadium for 49er and Bart station coming soon. Great Schools with walking distance to Great Mall (Shopping/Movies & Entertainment). New Development 7 yrs old. Equipped with Community Room, Pool, Spa, & Fitness Gym. Few blocks away from Cisco Campus. Inside the unit granite counter tops, and very neat.
Bascom Ave at Highway 85 North onramp. It's located more than 1 mile west of the Children's Shelter property (4525 Union Ave) in San Jose. Video was taken on Thu Aug 30, 2012 at 8:20 AM. The onramp is full at this time of the morning. The wait is approximately 15 minutes to get from the top of the onramp to the metering lights at the bottom.
End of the day,or? End of job? Dunno. But they're headed, obviously, to Sparks through RenoBizPark/Lawton.
Reserve: http://www.booking.com/hotel/us/ramada-san-jose-convention-center.html?aid=866990 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ramada San Jose Convention Center 455 South Second Street San Jose CA 95113 Located in downtown, this California hotel is 2-blocks from the San Jose Convention Center. An outdoor pool is available and rooms provide free Wi-Fi. The rooms at Ramada San Jose Convention Center are furnished with a microwave and a refrigerator. Coffee facilities and cable TV are also included in every room. Ramada San Jose contains a gym and a business center. It also has on-site meeting rooms. Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport is 5.5-miles from the hotel. The San Jose Convention Center Ramada is less than one mile from the Children’s Discovery Museum.
[Recorded: May 9, 1963] This vintage film features MIT Science Reporter John Fitch at the MIT Computation Center in an extended interview with MIT professor of computer science Fernando J. Corbato. The film was co-produced by WGBH (Boston) and MIT. The prime focus of the film is timesharing, one of the most important developments in computing, and one which has come in and out of favor several times over the last several decades as the dichotomy between remote and centrally-managed computing resources played out; the latest incarnation for centrally-managed computing resources is known as cloud computing. Timesharing as shown in this film, was a novel concept in the early 1960s. Driven by a desire to more efficiently use expensive computer resources while increasing the interactiv...
Resumen del encuentro disputado entre la desparecida Unión Deportiva Pastores (Regional Preferente) y el San Fernando Club de Fútbol (3ª División), con motivo de la Velada de San Agustín de la barriada algecireña de Los Pastores, en 1993.
Album: Hits a gogo - 28 bekannte Weltschlager - Non-Stop Dancing mit der Frank Valdor Band Titel: - Baby come back - I was Kaiser Bill's Batman (Ich war der Putzer vom Kaiser) - Puppet on a String (Wie ein Wiedehopf im Mai) - Romeo und Julia (Romeo and Juliet) - Ode to Billy Joe - South of the Border (Mexikanische Serenade) - Schiwago-Melodie (Lara's Theme from Dr. Zhivago - Lara's Lied - Shivago-Melody - Somewhere my Love - Weißt du wohin) - Boy sucht Girl - Even the bad Times are good - The last Waltz (Der letzte Walzer - La dernière Valse) - Magic Land - Massachusetts (Stern von San Fernando) - Green, green Grass of Home (Der Weg zurück nach Haus' - Die kleine Stadt) - It must be him
SOLANO COUNTY -- A wild, high-speed car chase that stretched for more than 100 miles through the Bay Area Tuesday ended in a crash in the South Bay. The chase involved three freeways and four counties, starting in Vacaville on Highway 80 in the North Bay. Then the SUV headed south on I-680 through the East Bay until reaching San Jose, and then headed back north on I-280 before crashing in Los Altos at around 3 p.m. SKY7 HD was overhead as the driver's SUV reached speeds of 100 miles per hour through multiple North and East Bay cities along southbound Interstate 680. California Highway Patrol officers said a man refused to stop when they tried to pull him over in Vacaville. San Jose CHP officers have identified the suspect as 24-year-old Ramon Bernal of Davis, Calif. Officers laid down...
Birmingham High School vs San Fernando High School Football 1969. Birmingham won 19 to 12 and went on to be Mid Valley League champions. Lost to Los Angeles High in the first round of City Finals. Featuring San Fernando Junior QB Anthony Davis #15 (future star USC running back) at San Fernando HS October 1969. Long Video, so here are Highlights at indicated times: SF TD @ 4:55, Long run @ 6:51, BHS TD @ 7:41, Long run @ 11:07, Good pass @ 11:26, Long run @ 11:44, SF TD Pass @ 12:29, BHS go ahead TD @ 15:54, BHS intercepts @ 20:30 to set up TD @ 20:48, BHS intercepts to end game @ 21:25. Special Thanks to Steve Van Herpe (#43) for added BHS roster and pictures update 1/5/14.
Police Chase Los Angeles, Police Chase, Police Chase Sedan, Police Pursuit, Police Chase Attempted murder suspect, LA, CHP,SWAT. Police pursued a man wanted for attempted murder Monday night in a chase that wound up shutting down the 405 Freeway in both directions. The chase lasted almost two hours in and near the San Fernando Valley until LAPD brought in SWAT vehicles that performed a pit maneuver. Two armored vehicles crushed the suspect’s car while a K-9 pounced on the man in presence of an army of officers. It all ended on the southbound 405 near the Sunset Boulevard offramp at around 12:20 a.m. The chase started around 10:40 p.m. and was mostly on Sherman Way for some time. The driver came to stops several times and taunted police. It then headed on the 101 freeway and then the 4...
Police arrested an armed suspect on the 405 Freeway Monday night in the San Fernando Valley after a chase in which he stopped and started his car, yelled at officers and appeared to fire out his window. The suspect was taken into custody more than 90 minutes after the chase began. The suspect in a silver Acura acted erratically on the freeway, continuing to slow his car down and then speed up as multiple officers followed a distance behind. He was also shouting, gesturing and at times threw clothing and other objects out his window. He also appeared to fire a gun out his window, though it wasn't clear if he aimed at officers. Officers appeared to fire back, possibly with less-than-lethal rounds, hitting the rear of his vehicle. No injuries were reported and the suspect continued driving...
On February 9th, 1971, at approximately 6:00am, the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains were struck by a 6.7 earthquake. Later known as the San Fernando Earthquake, the quake was responsible for $500 million dollars worth of damage and causes 65 deaths (most of the deaths occurred when the Veteran's Administration Hospital collapsed). A little known fact was that the Van Norman Dam was seconds away from being destroyed by the quake, which would have released the reservoir's water supply (3.6 billion gallons) on over 80,000 residents, possibly killing most of them. Another earthquake of this size did not strike Southern California again until 1994.
By: Maulana Imran Hosein
SKA BIZ originally aired Friday nights at 10pm PST from late 1997-1999 on Time Warner Cable's now defunct public access channel 27 in Los Angeles County's San Fernando Valley areas of Chatsworth, Northridge, Granada Hills, North Hills, Reseda, Winnetka, West Hills, and parts of Canoga Park, Encino, Woodland Hills, Tarzana, and Van Nuys. Hosted by Glenn Hughes and Jessica Rona, SKA BIZ provided fans of this ever expanding genre a chance to see local bands as well as national and international ska and ska-influenced bands of today and the past. The shows (19 in all) include interviews along with live concerts from local venues as well as international venues, and music videos produced by the bands and/or their record labels. It's been awhile since these shows have seen the airwaves and I ...
Documentary film covering the top secret 1959 Sodium Reactor meltdown in Los Angeles, California. The incident, kept secret for decades, resulted in the deaths of an estimated 300 to 1,800 people and is the suspected source of elevated cancer rates in adjacent suburban communities. The amount of contaminants released have been estimated at over 400 times that of the highly publicized Three Mile Island incident. This film features accounts from former Atomics International employees detailing the incident that sent highly radioactive gases over parts of Los Angeles for two weeks. Employees also recall illegal acts of mass pollution such as open burn pits that sent radioactive waste into the open air for decades. These experiments took place at the Santa Susana Field Laboratory, in the hil...
Raw footage from the North Hollywood Bank Shootout. The North Hollywood shootout was an armed confrontation between two heavily armed and armored bank robbers and officers of the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) in the North Hollywood district of Los Angeles on February 28, 1997. Both robbers were killed, eleven police officers and seven civilians were injured, and numerous vehicles and other property were damaged or destroyed by the nearly 2,000 rounds of ammunition fired by the robbers and police. To license this footage or use in a broadcast contact Launchpad Entertainment, email@example.com
Breathe taken 21 minute video and Sound projection against the front of the historic San Fernando Cathedral is now ranked one of the best attractions in San Antonio. The Saga projection is shown several times four nights a week and displays the culture, history and modern life of San Antonio. A creation by French Artist, Xavier de Richemont is an attraction worth seeing in person.
Weit im Sueden, liegt ein Hafen
Es war wunderbar, dort vor einem Jahr
Tausend Wunder, dort im Hafen sind die Gruende
dass ich bald nach Sueden fahr.
San Fernando, San Fernando
Ich komm wieder, wenn die Rosen wieder bluehn
San Fernando, gruess Maria
Gruess die Sterne und die Liebesmelodie
Weit im Sueden, liegt ein Hafen
Der voll Zauber ist, den man nie vergisst
Doch das schoenste dort im Hafen
Sind die Lippen, die mich tausendmal gekuesst
San Fernando, San Fernando
Ich komm wieder, wenn die Rosen wieder bluehn
San Fernando, gruess Maria