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Chocolate Fish Coffee, Sacramento California: past the Tower Bridge and Crocker, Local Bike Tour

Wikipedia on the chocolate fish: “The chocolate fish is a confectionery from New Zealand. These candies are fish-shaped, are 6 to 8 inches in length, and are made of pink or white marshmallow covered in a thin layer of milk chocolate. Several companies Discover A Lot More

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Relighting the Past: Neon Signs Brighten Golden 1 Center

Relighting the Past documents the process of preparing six historic neon signs from the Center for Sacramento History for installation at the Golden 1 Center in downtown Sacramento. Developed by producer Chris Lango, the short film features footage Discover A Lot More

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Sacramento Kings new logos honor team’s past

The Sacramento Kings unveiled new logos Tuesday, which honor the team’s past and include a fresh look for the future. Subscribe to KCRA on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1kjRAAn Get more Sacramento news: http://kcra.com Like us:http://facebook.com/KCRA3 Discover A Lot More

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Delta Sacramento Past Present Future Labels

´http://www.deltarevision.com/delta_facts.htm Saludos de http//www.karelcio.x10.mx The Delta is located in Northern California, inland of the San Francisco Bay going towards Sacramento. Highways 80 and 5 boarder the Delta and Highway 12 crosses Discover A Lot More

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Sacramento Old City Cemetery – Part 1 “Pioneers Of Our Past”

Sacramento Old City Cemetery was established in 1849 by John Sutter captain of Sutter’s Fort who founded the city and donated 10 acres of land to be used for public burial. Sadly a short time later a major Cholera epidemic outbreak occurred killing Discover A Lot More

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Relighting the Past: Neon Signs Brighten Golden 1 Center

Relighting the Past documents the process of preparing six historic neon signs from the Center for Sacramento History for installation at the Golden 1 Center in downtown Sacramento. Developed by producer Chris Lango, the short film features footage Discover A Lot More

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