What is camarillo?

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Camarillo State Mental Hospital - Camarillo State Hospital in Popular Culture
... Jazzman Charlie Parker's "Relaxin' at Camarillo", written while he was detoxifying after a heroin addiction, is a tribute to the facility ... The song "Camarillo" by punk outfit Fear also refers to the hospital ... The band Ambrosia released a song called "Ready for Camarillo" on their 1978 Life Beyond L.A ...
Camarillo Classic
... The Camarillo Classic is a high school track and field invitational (1995–present ) ... place in the James Ackerman Stadium of Adolfo Camarillo High School ... athletes such as Jordan Hasay have had record-breaking performances at the Camarillo Classic ...
Camarillo Ranch House - Camarillo Ranch's White Arabian Stallions
... From the 1920s through the 1960s, the Camarillo Ranch House was most widely known for the white Arabian parade stallions bred by Adolfo ... In 1967, the Camarillos were still breeding the white horses on the remaining 117 acres (0.47 km2) owned by the family, and the Los Angeles Times ... At that time, there were about a dozen Camarillo white Arabians remaining, and the Times wrote "The Camarillo horses love a parade ...
Camarillo, California - In Popular Culture
... Reunion, and Friday the 13th A New Beginning were filmed in Camarillo ... used in the film The Ring is also located in Camarillo Camarillo is sometimes mentioned in literature because of the mental hospital once located there ... In Jack Kerouac's The Dharma Bums, he mentions a place "...somewhere near Camarillo where Charlie Parker'd been mad and relaxed back to normal health" (The Dharma Bums, 1) ...
Camarillo Ranch House - Camarillo Family - Juan and Martina Camarillo
... Juan and Martina Camarillo were married in 1840 and moved to Ventura, California in 1854, becoming the fourth European family in the town ... In 1876, Juan Camarillo bought the 10,000-acre (40 km2) Rancho Calleguas in eastern Ventura County from Jose Pedro Ruiz for $3,000 in gold ... Rancho Calleguas remained in the Camarillo family until the 1960s, eventually becoming the City of Camarillo—named for the family ...