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241. West Covina: A city in Los Angeles County that is primarily residential and commercial, and has a large minority population.  
242. Orange County: Popularly called "the OC," the county just below Los Angeles County.  
243. Brea: A city located in northern Orange County rich in history and currently popular for its shopping and dining.  
244. Irvine: One of the largest planned urban communities in the United States and home to the University of California-Irvine.  
245. San Bernando: The valley to the east of Los Angeles that partially encloses the city of the same name, adjacent to the San Bernan...  
246. Studio City: A community in the San Fernando Valley that, true to its name, has been essentially created and maintained by the L...  
247. Ventura Boulevard: A primary east-west thoroughfare and the oldest route in the San Fernando Valley, and a pop-culture icon to some ex...  
248. Walk of Fame: The Hollywood Walk of Fame, featuring those famous commemorative 'stars' in the sidewalk of Hollywood Boulevard, ru...  
249. Laguna Beach: A seaside village located halfway between Los Angeles and San Diego, known for pristine beaches as well as a happen...  
250. Arnold Schwarzeneger: The action movie star who went on to become the 38th Governor of California. Movies include Kindergarten Cop, Preda...  
251. Central Avenue: A major north-south thoroughfare through central and downtown Los Angeles  
252. El Pueblo: The oldest section of Los Angeles where the roots of the city were first established as a small farming community; ...  
253. Transamerica Tower: Currently renamed the 'SBC Tower', this skyscraper is one of the tallest and most recognizable in the city of Los ...  
254. San Diego Zoo: this is usually known as the "San Diego Wild Animal Park"... not the "San Diego Zoo", wrong location!  
255. San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos: San Diego-Carlsbad-San Marcos is the 17-the largest metropolitan are in the US with a population of nearly 3 millio...  
 
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The native Rhode Islanders' reference to the hordes of tourists from Massachusetts who swarm their beaches each summer.

Dragonfly

Nickname for Atlanta that comes from the generally sticky-hot weather in the city.

A nickname for St. Louis, originating in the Native American burial mounds that were once common to the city.