|Abbreviated TVA and formed in 1933,|
this federal corporation brought flood control & electricity to several US states.
|Barbra Stanwyck, Lee Majors and Linda Evans |
starred in this mid-sixties TV western series
|This Monkees hit that was based on an actual street name in West Orange, NJ, not Status Symbol Land.|
this flower's blooms look like small white bells.
|Gag me with a spoon! His daughter Moon Unit accompanied Frank Zappa on this, his only top 40 hit.|
|George Washington slept here, in the winter of 1777-78.|
|Home to Burbank and Glendale, and so many adult film studios that it has the nickname 'Silcone Valley'|
|This picturesque skiing area of Idaho|
has been a seasonal home to
Tom Hanks, Ernest Hemingway and Clint Eastwood.
|In 1960, this small California town|
hosted the Winter Olympics
|In the KJV version of Psalm 23|
('The Lord is my shepherd') these seven words follow
'Yea, though I walk through…'
|Jeannie C. Riley's mom really socked it to this|
Parent-Teacher Association in a 1968 hit song.
|Bruce Hornsby won a Grammy for Best Bluegrass Recording for his 1990 remake of this, his own 1988 hit|
|Located near Luxor, Egypt, this area is rich in burial tombs of the Pharaohs.|
|Fictional setting of the ABC soap 'All My Children'|
|Nickname given to the California area that headquarters Apple, Google, Facebook and eBay.|
|Since 2007, this actor has had starring roles in 3 TV series: 'Boston Legal', 'Fringe', & 'Human Target'.|
|One of the best-selling novels of the 1960s,|
this Jacqueline Susann book became a movie
starring Sharon Tate & Patti Duke.
|Unofficial sequel to the above, this 1970 Russ Meyer campy classic was written by Roger Ebert|
|Series of young adult books centered around twins Jessica and Elizabeth Wakefield|
|Set in Wales, this sentimental film directed by John Ford beat Citizen Kane for Best Picture at the 1942 Oscars|
|The first Neanderthal skeletons were found in this area of Germany, also known for its coal & steel production.|
|Theory that when computer animation or robots look |
'too human', it causes people to be repulsed
|The lowest, driest and hottest point in North America, and according to WWE intros, home of The Undertaker|
|Unquestionably, they manufacture the best|
Ranch dressing of anyone on this list.
|Not quite a 'valley' #1: 1930s early crooner, bandleader and actor, his trademark megaphone was a necessity as he toured before amplification was invented.|
|Not quite a 'valley' #2: He sang the title track from 'Grease', and is the central character in the musical 'Jersey Boys'.|