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Half of its land area is residential and the remaining half is used for commercial, industrial and institutional purposes.New Yorkers think they've seen it all, but with so many new restaurants and shows and weirdo tourist attractions popping up all the time, there's no way that's true. There are, like, 14 food delivery apps for a reason.Any time I've ever been on a date with a guy who could take me somewhere amazing that I had no idea existed, it's been cause for a small celebration with balloons.4. I will say though that if you cook for us, we will be sooooo hyped. We're incredibly passionate about everything all the time.Another version related, that it was "Las Peñas" (the rocks), evident by the quarrying of stones and adobe, which were used to construct buildings and bridges. Joseph Parish Church, founded by Diego Cera, has been preserved inside the church museum. Padre Diego Cera se fundió este equilón año de 1820," showing, that even during the time of Diego Cera, the town's first parish priest, that the town was called "Las Peñas", for sometime and eventually, was renamed "Las Piñas".An inscription on the bell states, "Siendo cura del pueblo de Laspeñas el M. Besides being famous for its Bamboo Organ, which was built by Fr.