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Streisand Among New Inductees into California Hall of Fame

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"Papa can you hear me? I'm a hall of famer!" In a ceremony held yesterday in Sacramento, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and first lady Maria Shriver presided over the induction of four new famous folk into the California Hall of Fame. Joining the iconic songstress/actor/director in receiving the honor were Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, director James Cameron, and tennis star Serena Williams. "The California Hall of Fame was established in 2006 to honor people who've made their mark on the state's history," explains ABC7.