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BORAX VISITORS CENTER: BORON, CA

Overlooking California’s largest open-pit mine and the largest borax mine in the world, the Borax Visitor Center includes a museum, gift shop and an original 20 mule team wagon that once ferried borax out of Death Valley from 1883 to […]

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INDIAN WELLS BREWING COMPANY: HIGHWAY 14

“The Biggest, Little Brewery in the World” produces over 20 styles of beer and 100 flavors of soda each year using pure artesian spring water from the historic Indian Wells Spring.        

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NEW YORK TRANSIT MUSEUM: BROOKLYN, NY

Housed within a former subway station in downtown Brooklyn, this underground institution guides visitors through the evolution of one of the largest transportation systems in the world.    

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MAD FRITZ BREWERY

Barrel aged nano craft brewing in Napa Valley.    

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ST. GEORGE SPIRITS

Since its founding in 1982, St. George has developed a reputation as one of America’s pioneering craft distillers and actually produced the first commercially available American Absinthe back in 2007. Located inside a massive 65,000-square-foot WWII airplane hangar at the […]

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UCAN ZIPPERS USA

The last zipper factory in the West and one of only 4 remaining in the U.S., this “Made in America” family run business has been at it for over 25 years.    

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KATER-CRAFTS BOOKBINDERS

The ancient art of bookbinding survives at this 67-year-old family business in Pico Rivera.  

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DONALD C TILLMAN WATER RECLAMATION PLANT

Treating poo never looked so good.    

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LOS ANGELES TIMES

Print may be going the way of the dinosaur but until then you can still take a tour of the Los Angeles Times editorial building & their massive Olympic Facility printing plant in DTLA.             […]

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JET PROPULSION LABORATORY [JPL]

The largest space robotics facility in the world has played host to some of NASA’s most famous missions, including Voyager 1 & 2 in 1977 and most recently the Mars Rover Curiosity.      

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