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This record shop specializes in a variety of Mexican pop music, from Lupillo Rivera to La Banda del Recodo, Los Tigres del Norte to Selena.

Just five minutes from the Oakland Airport, the lounge keeps classic R&B, jazz, and doo-wop alive with live bands each weekend. Its website proclaims it a destination for "mature adults."

The center’s features include indoor stargazing in the planetarium, outdoor viewing via telescope, IMAX-style movie screenings, after-school classes, and ongoing and rotating interactive exhibits.

A cornucopia of imported Mexican posters, cards, clothing, crafts, and folk art.

Offers boxing, calisthenics, martial arts, running, and nutrition; partners with schools and CBOs to offer off-site boxing programs; and facilitates and organizes all-female self-defense classes and workshops.

Not to be confused with Trader Joe’s, Farmer's is a natural grocery with friendly staff and an ample selection of organic packaged goods, baked goods, produce, and more.

Rest and relaxation offered through flotation. Customers can spend at least an hour in an enclosed tank floating in a dense solution that keeps the body afloat without any effort.

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