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All About Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California
Los Angeles is a sprawling Southern California city and the center of the nation’s film and television industry. Near its iconic Hollywood sign, studios such as Paramount Pictures, Universal and Warner Brothers offer behind-the-scenes tours. On Hollywood Boulevard, TCL Chinese Theatre displays celebrities’ hand- and footprints, the Walk of Fame honors thousands of luminaries and vendors sell maps to stars’ homes. Source
Things To Do In Los Angeles:
Come Spend A Day In Log Angeles!
Things are looking up, Los Angeles! Over 2.5 million vaccines have been administered in LA County so far, and more are on the way. Someday, in a fantasy world called the future, we can start taking advantage of everything our fine city of Los Angeles has to offer again—like touring one of our world-class museums, loading up our calendar with festivals and concerts, or seeing a show in an actual theater. In the meantime, many outdoor activities—from patio dining to zoo-going are back—and there are still plenty of things you can safely do outdoors or at home virtually. We’ll let you know when this is over. In the meantime, here are a dozen ideas to get you through spring. Source
Education in Los Angeles
About Los Angeles Educational System
Los Angeles is one of the United States’ premier centers for higher education. Within the city limits are several top-ranked colleges and universities, including the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), and the University of Southern California (USC). Los Angeles is also home to the Los Angeles Trade Technical College and Pacific States University, among several other schools. In addition, the city of Los Angeles supports the Los Angeles Community College District, boasting nine campuses across the city, many of which are geared toward preparing students for entry into the University of California or California State University systems. Source
History of Los Angeles:
Los Angeles is rich in history!
Los Angeles is the largest city in California and the longtime nexus of the worldwide entertainment, film and television industries. U.S. Census Bureau estimates put the city’s population at more than 3.9 million residents in 2019, which was larger than many states. Los Angeles is among the world’s most ethnically diverse cities, with Hispanics forming a distinct plurality at nearly 48.6% of the population, as of 2019, in addition to 11.6% of people identifying as Asian and nearly 8.9% identifying as African American. About 52.4% of the population identified as white. Source
Los Angeles Neighborhood
Check out Los Angeles Neighborhood
Los Angeles isn’t a single compact city like San Francisco, but a sprawling suburbia comprising dozens of disparate communities located either on the ocean or on the flatlands of a huge desert basin. Ocean breezes push the city’s infamous smog inland and through mountain passes into the sprawl of the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys. Downtown L.A. is in the center of the basin, about 12 miles east of the Pacific Ocean. Most visitors spend the bulk of their time either along the coastline, in Hollywood, or on the city’s ever-trendy Westside. Source
Linda & Roland Wilcox
Loan Officers // Sierra Capital Mortgage Co
Linda and Roland Wilcox provide clients throughout California with superior financing solutions by leveraging our experience and extensive network of lending partners. We are committed to providing our clients expert advice, extremely competitive interest rates, and exceptional customer service. We offer a full portfolio of mortgage products including Conventional, Jumbo, VA, and FHA loans (including Reverse Mortgages). Our business is by referral from past and current clients, experienced real estate agents, and trusted financial advisors.
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