Mill Valley, California

What is Mill Valley, California known for?


bringing people

of the North Pacific Coast Railroad in 1877 and retained an interest, pushed to extend the railroad into the area in 1889. Though Reed, Richardson, and the Cushings were crucial to bringing people to the Mill Valley area, it was Eastland who really propelled the area and set the foundation for the city today. He had founded power companies all around the San Francisco Bay area, was on the board of several banks, and had control of several commercial companies. ref name "ReferenceB" >


dance scenes

Mill Valley. The Tamalpais High School Marching Band appeared in the 1969 (1969 in film) Woody Allen film ''Take The Money and Run''. In the 1973 (1973 in film) George Lucas film ''American Graffiti'', the 'sock hop' dance scenes were filmed in the high school's boys gymnasium. The television show ''Quantum Leap (Quantum Leap (TV series))'' filmed episode 406 (List of Quantum Leap episodes) in Mill Valley in 1991. In March 2009, most of the scenes for the pilot


natural public

. In addition, there are many municipally maintained open-space reserves, parks, and coastal habitats which, when taken together, ensconce Mill Valley in a natural wilderness. This close and constant proximity to nature has left generations of Mill Valley residents with a strong sense of conservancy toward much of this natural environment. This unique cultural attitude, along with the many natural public spaces preserved within (see below) and around its borders, combine to form one of the main cultural


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Mountain" poems by the 8th-century Chinese recluse Han Shan (Hanshan (poet)); this work appeared in chapbook-form in 1969, under the title ''Riprap & Cold Mountain Poems''. Kerouac greatly admired Gary Snyder, many of whose ideas influenced him. ''The Dharma Bums'' contains accounts of a mountain climbing trip Kerouac took with Snyder, and also whole paragraphs from letters Snyder had written to Kerouac. Suiter 2002, pg. 186 While living with Snyder


title celebrity

;#124; Family, Companions publisher Hollywood.com date accessdate 2012-02-16 He was raised in a Jewish (Jewish people) household. His maternal grandfather, Alfred J. Marrow, served as the executive chair of the American Jewish Congress, although Samberg describes himself as "not particularly religious."


academic studies

received his BA degree at Stanford (Stanford University) in 1952. He pursued academic studies at the University of Paris where he studied contemporary literature. He also studied literature at University of Freiburg for two years during off-hours from his military service. Early life and career Butrick was born in Gainesville, Florida and was an only child. He graduated in 1977 from Tamalpais High School in Mill Valley, California.


video title

, Steinberg organized a concert with a former group of Shakur's, Strictly Dope; the concert led to him being signed with Atron Gregory who set him up as a roadie and backup dancer with the young rap group Digital Underground in 1990. Edwards, Paul, 2009, ''How to Rap: The Art & Science of the Hip


famous local

, California Stinson Beach was built in 1929-1930. The stock market crash of 1929 (Wall Street Crash of 1929) and the ensuing Great Depression crippled what little railroad tourism there was to the point where the tracks were eventually taken up in 1931. During the Great Depression, many famous local landmarks were constructed with the help of the Works Progress Administration and the Civilian Conservation Corps, including the Mead Theater at Tam High (named after school board Trustee


school award

schools thumb Tamalpais High School (File:Tam's Arch & Tower at Dusk, Summer 2006.jpg) Public schools (Public school (government funded)) are managed by the Mill Valley School District. There are five elementary schools and one middle school, Mill Valley Middle School, a four-time winner of the California Distinguished School Award. California School Recognition Program distinguished


strong sense

. In addition, there are many municipally maintained open-space reserves, parks, and coastal habitats which, when taken together, ensconce Mill Valley in a natural wilderness. This close and constant proximity to nature has left generations of Mill Valley residents with a strong sense of conservancy toward much of this natural environment. This unique cultural attitude, along with the many natural public spaces preserved within (see below) and around its borders, combine to form one of the main cultural

Mill Valley, California

'''Mill Valley''' is a city in Marin County (Marin County, California), California, United States, located about north of San Francisco (San Francisco, California) via the Golden Gate Bridge. The population was 13,903 at the 2010 census (2010 United States Census).

Mill Valley is located on the western and northern shores of Richardson Bay. Beyond the flat coastal area and marshlands, it occupies narrow wooded canyons, mostly of second-growth redwoods (Coast redwood), on the southeastern slopes of Mount Tamalpais. The Mill Valley 94941 ZIP code also includes the following adjacent unincorporated communities: Almonte, Alto (Alto, California), Homestead Valley, Tamalpais Valley (Tamalpais-Homestead Valley, California), and Strawberry (Strawberry, Marin County, California). The Muir Woods National Monument is also located just outside the city limits.

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