Encino, Los Angeles

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Encino is a neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California.wikipedia
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Rancho Los Encinos

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Rancho Los Encinos (Ranch of Oak Trees) was established in 1845 when a large parcel of former Mission San Fernando land was granted to three Mission Indians by governor Pio Pico.
Rancho Los Encinos (also Rancho El Encino and Rancho Encino) was a Spanish grazing concession, and later Mexican land granted cattle and sheep rancho and travelers way-station on the El Camino Real in the San Fernando Valley, in present-day Encino, Los Angeles County, California.

Los Encinos State Historic Park

In 1769, the Spanish Portola expedition, first Europeans to see inland areas of California, traveled north through Sepulveda pass into the San Fernando Valley on August 5 and stayed two nights at a native village near what is now Los Encinos State Historic Park.
The park is located near the corner of Balboa and Ventura Boulevards in Encino, California, in the San Fernando Valley.

San Fernando Valley

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Encino is a neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California.
The land trade granted Juan Francisco Reyes the similarly named Rancho Los Encinos, also beside springs (Los Encinos State Historic Park in present-day Encino).

Birmingham High School

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Public high schools serving portions of Encino are Birmingham High School in Lake Balboa, and Reseda High School in Reseda.
The school has a Van Nuys address and serves Lake Balboa, parts of Encino, and Amestoy Estates.

Crespi Carmelite High School

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Crespi Carmelite High School, called Crespi, is a private, Roman Catholic, four-year college preparatory high school located in Encino in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles, in the U.S. state of California.

Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles

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It is flanked on the north by Reseda and the Sepulveda Basin, on the east by Sherman Oaks, on the southeast by Bel-Air, on the south by Brentwood and on the west by Tarzana.
The neighborhood is roughly bounded by Studio City to the east, Van Nuys to the north, Encino to the west, Bel Air and Beverly Hills Post Office to the south.

Encino-Tarzana Regional Medical Center

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The local economy provides jobs primarily in health care (including one of two Encino-Tarzana Regional Medical Center hospitals), social services, and professional services (accounting and financial services, real estate, and legal) sectors.
The Encino-Tarzana Regional Medical Center consisted of two hospitals, one in Tarzana and the other in Encino, California.

Tarzana, Los Angeles

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It is flanked on the north by Reseda and the Sepulveda Basin, on the east by Sherman Oaks, on the southeast by Bel-Air, on the south by Brentwood and on the west by Tarzana.
Tarzana, which measures 8.79 square miles, is bounded on the south by Topanga State Park, on the east by Encino, on the north by Reseda and on the west by Woodland Hills.

Reseda, Los Angeles

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Public high schools serving portions of Encino are Birmingham High School in Lake Balboa, and Reseda High School in Reseda. It is flanked on the north by Reseda and the Sepulveda Basin, on the east by Sherman Oaks, on the southeast by Bel-Air, on the south by Brentwood and on the west by Tarzana.
Reseda is flanked on the north by Northridge, on the east by Lake Balboa, on the south by Tarzana and Encino on the west by Winnetka.

Westmark School

Westmark School is a private school in Encino, California, teaching 2nd through 12th grade.

Valley Beth Shalom

Valley Beth Shalom Synagogue
Valley Beth Shalom (informally called VBS) is a Conservative synagogue in Encino, Los Angeles, California.

Ferrahian Armenian School

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The school has two campuses: the high school, middle school and main offices, which are located in Encino, and the kindergarten and elementary school, which are located in North Hills.

Daniel Amen

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Daniel Amen was born in Encino, California, in 1954 to Lebanese immigrant parents.

Cherie Currie

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She was raised in Encino, California, with three siblings.

Los Angeles

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Encino is a neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California.
Major Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods include Hancock Park, Pico-Robertson, and Valley Village, while Jewish Israelis are well represented in the Encino and Tarzana neighborhoods, and Persian Jews in Beverly Hills.

Los Angeles City Council District 5

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Encino is in Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors district 3 and Los Angeles City Council District 5.
Encino and Oak Forest Canyon.

Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors

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Encino is in Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors district 3 and Los Angeles City Council District 5.

David Gregory (journalist)

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Gregory was born in Tarzana, Los Angeles, California, and raised in Encino and Van Nuys, the son of Carolyn (née Fitzpatrick), an account manager, and Don Gregory (originally Don Ginsburg), a film and theatrical producer.

Dennis Holmes

Dennis Holmes (born October 3, 1950, in Encino, California) is a former child actor whose longest-running role was from 1961 to 1963 as the orphaned Mike Williams in more than fifty episodes of the NBC western television series Laramie, starring with John Smith, Robert Fuller, Spring Byington, and Stuart Randall.

Edgar Rice Burroughs

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After the war ended, Burroughs moved back to Encino, California, where after many health problems, he died of a heart attack on March 19, 1950, having written almost 80 novels.

Phil Hartman

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On May 28, 1998, Brynn shot and killed Hartman while he slept in their Encino, Los Angeles home, then died by suicide.

David Forst

Forst was born in Santa Monica, California, and raised in Encino, California.