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Sunnyvale, California

Sunnyvale is a city located in Santa Clara County, California, in Silicon Valley. As of the 2010 United States Census, the population was 140,095. Sunnyvale is the seventh most populous city in the San Francisco Bay Area and one of the major cities comprising Silicon Valley, it is bordered by portions of San Jose to the north, Moffett Federal Airfield to the northwest, Mountain View to the northwest, Los Altos to the southwest, Cupertino to the south, Santa Clara to the east. It lies along the historic El Camino Real and Highway 101; as part of California's high-tech area known as Silicon Valley, Sunnyvale is the headquarters location of many technology companies and is a major operating center for many more. It is home to several aerospace/defense companies. Sunnyvale was the home to Onizuka Air Force Station referred to as "the Blue Cube" due to the color and shape of its windowless main building; the facility known as Sunnyvale Air Force Station, was named for the deceased Space Shuttle Challenger astronaut Ellison Onizuka.

It served as an artificial satellite control facility of the U. S. has since been decommissioned and demolished. Sunnyvale is one of the few U. S. cities to have a single unified Department of Public Safety, where all personnel are trained as firefighters, police officers, EMTs, so that they can respond to an emergency in any of the three roles. Library services for the city are provided by the Sunnyvale Public Library, located at the Sunnyvale Civic Center; when the Spanish first arrived in the 1770s at the Santa Clara Valley, it was populated by the Ohlone Native Americans. However early on with the arrival of the Spaniards, smallpox and other new diseases reduced the Ohlone population. In 1777, Mission Santa Clara was founded by Franciscan missionary Padre Junipero Serra and was located in San Jose. In 1843, Rancho Pastoria de las Borregas was granted to his wife Inez Castro. Portions of the land given in this grant developed into the cities of Mountain View and Sunnyvale. Two years in 1844, another land grant was provided to Lupe Yñigo, one of the few Native Americans to hold land grants.

His land grant was first called Rancho Posolmi, named in honor of a village of the Ohlone that once stood in the area. Rancho Posolmi was known as Rancho Ynigo. Martin Murphy Jr. came to California with his father as part of the Stephens-Townsend-Murphy Party in 1844. In 1850, Martin Murphy Jr. bought a piece of Rancho Pastoria de las Borregas for $12,500. Murphy established a wheat ranch named Bay View. Murphy had the first wood frame house in Santa Clara County; the house was demolished in 1961 but was reconstructed in 2008 as the Sunnyvale Heritage Park Museum. When he died in 1884, his land was divided among his heirs. In 1860, The San Francisco and San Jose Rail Road was allowed to lay tracks on Bay View and established Murphy Station. Lawrence Station was established on the southern edge of Bay View. In the 1870s, small fruit orchards replaced many large wheat farms, because wheat farming turned uneconomical due to county and property tax laws and soil degradation. In 1871, Dr. James M. Dawson and his wife Eloise established the first fruit cannery in the county.

Fruit agriculture for canning soon became a major industry in the county. The invention of the refrigerated rail car further increased the viability of an economy based upon fruit; the fruit orchards became so prevalent that in 1886, the San Jose Board of Trade called Santa Clara County the "Garden of the World". In the 1880s, Chinese workers made up one third of the farm labor in Santa Clara County; this percentage reduced over time. In the following decade, the 1890s, many immigrants from Italy, the Azores and Japan arrived to work in the orchards. In 1897, Walter Everett Crossman began selling real estate, he advertised the area as "Beautiful Murphy" and in the 1900s, as "the City of Destiny". In 1897, Encina School opened as the first school in Murphy. Children in the town had to travel to Mountain View for school. In 1901, the residents of Murphy were informed they could not use the names Encinal or Murphy for their post office. Sunnyvale was given its current name on March 24, 1901, it was named Sunnyvale as it is located in a sunny region adjacent to areas with more fog.

Sunnyvale in 1904, dried fruit production began. Two years Libby, McNeill & Libby, a Chicago meat-packing company, decided to open its first fruit-packing factory in Sunnyvale. Today, a water tower painted to resemble the first Libby's fruit cocktail can label identifies the former site of the factory. In 1906, the Joshua Hendy Iron Works relocated from San Francisco to Sunnyvale after the company's building was destroyed by fire after the 1906 earthquake; the ironworks was the first non-agricultural industry in the town. The company switched from producing mining equipment to other products such as marine steam engines. In 1912, the residents of Sunnyvale voted to incorporate, Sunnyvale became an official city. Fremont High School first opened in 1923. In 1924, Edwina Benner was elected to her first term as mayor of Sunnyvale, she was the second female mayor in the history of the state of California. In 1930, Congress decided to place the West Coast dirigible base in Sunnyvale after "buying" the 1,000-acre parcel of farmland bordering the San Francisco Bay from the city for $1.

This naval airfield was renamed Moffett Naval Air Station and Moffett Federal Airfield and is

Monarchy (band)

Monarchy is a British electronic music duo consisting of Andrew Armstrong and Ra Black. Based in London, the duo was known as Milke, they have released two extended plays. In November 2009, Monarchy was featured as "Band of the Day" on The Guardian website. Monarchy's debut single "Gold in the Fire" was released on 1 February 2010 on Neon Gold Records, containing the B-side "Black, the Colour of My Heart", they have created remixes for Ellie Goulding, Lady Gaga and the Diamonds, Kylie Minogue, Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark and Fyfe Dangerfield. Their first live show was broadcast into space from Cape Canaveral, Florida in June 2010, making them the first band to perform live into space, they have since performed at various London and UK venues including XOYO and HMV Forum, festivals including The Big Chill, Popaganda in Sweden, Eurosonic Festival in the Netherlands, MIDEM in Cannes, as well as Paris, Rouen and across Europe. In 2011 they performed at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Hay Festival and Melt! festival, amongst others.

Monarchy played the Together Winter Music Festival in London at the Alexandra Palace on 26 November 2011. After signing to Mercury Records in February 2010, Monarchy was set to release their self-titled debut album that August. However, the duo were dropped by Mercury a few months and the album's release was cancelled, their debut album was released on 11 July 2011 by independent label 100% Records under a new title, Around the Sun, with a different track listing. The Guardian gave the album three out of five stars and stated that "he lyrics are arrant nonsense but there are many pleasures here." NME rated the album five out of 10, comparing Monarchy to The Sound of Arrows and Steps. Popjustice placed Around the Sun at number fourteen on its list of the best albums of 2011, their song "The Phoenix Alive" was featured in FIFA 12 with remix of Kris Menace. Monarchy's single "Disintegration" was released digitally on 14 January 2013 and features Neo-Burlesque performer Dita Von Teese, who appears on the track's accompanying music video.

The duo released the single "Living Without You" on 28 April 2014. Their extended play Almost Human, was released on 8 September 2014, after premiering on Vibe's website on 15 August. Monarchy's second studio album, was released on 6 March 2015 by Hacan Sounds, it was preceded by the single "Dancing in the Corner" on 19 January 2015. On 27 April 2015, Armstrong announced the split of Monarchy. On 1 June he announced that the duo had reconciled and would continue touring and creating new music. Monarchy collaborated with electronic artist Karma Fields on the track "Faint Echoes", taken from the album New Age | Dark Age, released on 2 March 2016. Human Re|Vision Official website Monarchy at AllMusic

Heine Brothers'

Heine Brothers' is a coffee roaster and coffee shop chain founded in 1994 by Gary Heine and Mike Mays in Louisville, Kentucky. The company became "100% Fair-Trade & Organic" in 2002. In 2011, co-founder Mays bought out Heine's interests in the company and merged it with Vint, a local coffee shop chain. Today, the company operates 13 Heine Brothers' coffee shops and 1 coffee shop under the Vint name within Kentucky and Southern Indiana. In 1999, Heine Brothers' became a founding member of Cooperative Coffees, Inc. an importer of traded and organically grown green coffee operating in the United States and Canada. In early 2015, in a partnership with Forecastle Foundation and Whole Foods Market, Heine Brothers' created "Kentucky Dream", a fair trade coffee blend benefiting conservation efforts. In November 2016, the company relocated its roasting facilities and headquarters to Louisville's Portland neighborhood. In August 2017, Heine Brothers' partnered with WDRB, a local, Fox-affiliated television station, to distribute eclipse glasses for the solar eclipse of August 21, 2017.

Funds raised from the promotion, totaling $50,702, were donated to the Louisville Science Center. Official website