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Return of the Desert Wayfinder: World's Tallest Thermometer in Baker, CA

5,000 new LED bulbs were lit and the 134-foot tower's thermometer reading started the climb, stopping at 102 degrees.

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Ed Fuentes is an arts journalist, photographer, graphic designer, and digital muralist who covers a variety of topics and geographies in Southern California for KCET.
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Neighborhood Notes: Trash Analysis of the L.A. River & More

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CicLAvia 2012: April 15th Route Announced

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