Menlo Park Fire Protection District Celebrates 100th AnniversaryFirefighters in Menlo Park will be wearing special badges this year to commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the Menlo Park Fire Protection District.
David Beckham Voted People's Sexiest Man Alive"...And his famous fashion designer wife, Victoria Beckham, approves, too"
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Napa Residents Mark One-Year Anniversary Of 6.0 QuakeNapa residents are remembering the 6.0 magnitude quake that rocked their community exactly one year ago.
Robin Williams' Co-Star Sarah Michelle Gellar Pays Tribute To Her Late TV FatherWhile in Boston, Gellar left a simple remembrance for her former TV Dad...
Bay Area Veteran Visits Vietnam On 50th Anniversary Of U.S. LandingA Bay Area veteran visited the shores of Vietnam on the 50th anniversary of the U.S. troops landing there.
35 Years Later, 'Miracle On Ice' Stands Test Of TimeHere are a few reasons why the 1980 men's hockey team's victory is still in fact, a miracle.
'The Nutcracker' Celebrates 70 Years In San FranciscoDespite its age, the popular holiday classic hasn’t changed much aside from a few tweaks here and there.
NASA Ames Research Center Holds Open House In Mountain View For 75th Anniversary A water-cooled wind tunnel is just one of the facilities that will be on display Saturday at NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View for their 75th anniversary.
Disneyland Celebrates Its 59th AnniversaryApproaching its Diamond Anniversary, the Disneyland Resort celebrates 59 years...
Yosemite Grant Act’s 150th Anniversary Brings Park Renovations And Tree Protections The National Park Service marked the 150th anniversary of the Yosemite Grant Act, by breaking ground Monday on a landmark project that aims to protect ancient sequoia trees.
Our Favorite Quotes About Yosemite - 150 Years After Federal ProtectionYosemite became the first wildland in the nation protected for all-time 150 years ago when President Abraham Lincoln signed the Yosemite Grant Act, protecting the Valley and Mariposa grove. Later, in 1890, it became a national park. Over the last 150 years the park has played host to a number of dignitaries and celebrities - as well as about 4 million regular visitors a year.

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