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Welcome to Hawthorne, California.
Hawthorne is a city in southwestern Los Angeles County, home to around 87,000 people. Incorporated in 1922, the City of Hawthorne covers 6 square miles and is situated 5.5 miles from the Los Angeles International Airport. The city is connected by rail to the Port of Los Angeles and downtown Los Angeles, and is surrounded by the San Diego (I-405), Harbor (I-110), and Glenn M. Anderson (I-105) Freeways. Hawthorne is often referred to as the Hub of the South Bay for its ideal location, which allows residents easy access to all of Southern California culture, sports, entertainment, spectacular beaches and rolling mountains. Not to forget, Hawthorne boasts some of the most pleasant temperatures in the greater Los Angeles area. Many young people live in the area while looking for something else, and hence there aren't that many families compared to the number of people who are passing through. The city has a plethora of local stores and fast food places, albeit the biggest draw is the nightlife. Places like dive bar and dance club Rockit Caf attract a myriad of visitors from both the immediate neighborhood and around the city, contributing to Hawthorne's reputation as having a vibrant nightlife. Another big attraction is obviously the great location, and the fact that it's close to El Segundo but with lower rents. If you don't mind freeway traffic, Hawthorne is perfectly positioned. Some fun facts about Hawthorne are that it was home to one of the world's greatest athletes, Jim Thorpe, as well as the famous music group Beach Boys. Hawthorne is also where aircraft pioneer Jack Northrop established his company, and the home to NFL players Curtis Conway, Jason Simmons and Dennis Northcutt.
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