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241. San Diego-Tijuana Metro: This is short for the San Diego-Tijuana Metropolitan Area, which is typically considered the metropolitan area that...  
242. Hollywood Walk of Fame Star Unveiling: The world-famous, seventeen-block Walk of Fame on Hollywood Boulevard holds a monthly 'star' unveiling ceremony, fr...  
243. Hollywood Boulevard: A famous street in Los Angeles that is particularly notable for the Hollywood Walk of Fame among its wide variety e...  
244. Beverly Hills: The neighborhood southwest of downtown Hollywood where many celebrities live, dine and shop. This part of LA has a ...  
245. PickFair: The palatial home of Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks in the 1920s  
246. Port of San Francisco
247. San Francisco International Airport
248. Berkeleyite: What do you call someone from Berkeley. Well now you know! This almost-forgotten slang term is the official/unoff...  
249. San Franciscan: Those who are from San Francisco.  
250. Jack London Square: One of Oakland's top tourist attractions, the Square is located on the waterfront of the city and includes stores, ...  
251. Oakland Museum of California: Opened in 1969, the Oakland Museum includes multiple pieces of art and exhibits dedicated to history and natural sc...  
252. Lake Merritt: Lake Merritt is spelled with two 'T's. It was created by damming a tidal slough, and mayor Samuel Merritt paid for ...  
253. MC Hammer: A famous rapper from Oakland, known for his 1991 hit, "Can't Touch This".  
254. Tupac: One of the most popular rappers in history, Tupac also known as Machiavelli was born in Oakland. He produced multi...  
255. Loma Prieta Earthquake: A major earthquake that reached a 6.9 on the Richter Scale. it ironically occurred during the World Series between...  
 
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Nickname for the city's award-winning daily newspaper, the Providence Journal. This paper holds the distinction of being the oldest continuously published daily in the U.S., having been started in 1829.

Brew/movie, relating to any number of theaters that serve beer. Popular ones are Kennedy School, Laurelhurst, Baghdad.

1. A bizarre piece of architecture that looks like a piece of a fairy-tale, now a private home in Beverly Hills. It was originally built for a movie studio in 1921 and then moved to its current location five years later.

2. Originally called the "Spadena House", The Witch's House was also originally intended to not look like a total spooky horror. Well, that didn't work out, which is why everyone knows it as "The Witch's House".

The unique Cincinnati way of saying 'pardon me?'

A term for Detroit coined by former president Franklin Roosevelt during the second World War to describe the transition of the Ford Motor Company's production from cars to tanks.