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Photos: L.A.'s Festive Holiday Lights Twinkling Through The Decades

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Though Angelenos usually can't expect a blustery, snowy December, many residents find a way to make the streets look festive this time a year. Here's a look back at SoCal homes, businesses and streets, illuminated for the holidays.

From Santa Monica to the Valley, Angelenos have been adding a little cheer to their Decembers with festive holiday displays. We've got Santas, snowflakes, lights, Christmas trees and local favorite Norrywood.

Related: Photos: The Dazzling Holiday Displays At L.A. Zoo Lights