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July 5, 1992 | JULIE TAMAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
True to his word, Joe Teresi was back in business Saturday, mixing pork with black leather at his newly reopened Malibu Mountains Hog Ranch in Latigo Canyon. A former tennis ranch temporarily closed by neighbors' complaints this spring, the hog ranch was host to a crowd of about 300 Harley-Davidson devotees who celebrated the Fourth of July listening to country music and devouring barbecued chicken and ribs at the aptly named Le Cafe Bubba.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1992 | JULIE TAMAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
True to his word, Joe Teresi was back in business Saturday, mixing pork with black leather at his newly reopened Malibu Mountains Hog Ranch in Latigo Canyon. A former tennis ranch temporarily closed by neighbors' complaints this spring, the hog ranch was host to a crowd of about 300 Harley-Davidson devotees who celebrated the Fourth of July listening to country music and devouring barbecued chicken and ribs at the aptly named Le Cafe Bubba.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 25, 1992 | AMY PYLE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joe Teresi's neighbors think they live next to a pig sty, and he is determined to prove them right. Teresi had originally planned to expand his Malibu Mountains Racquet Club, but Los Angeles County planning commissioners revoked the club's operating permit in April after neighbors complained that the onetime tennis ranch had degenerated into a rowdy motorcycle hangout. Neighbors noted that the land was zoned for light agriculture--hogs with tails, not tailpipes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 25, 1992 | AMY PYLE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Joe Teresi's neighbors think they live next to a pig sty, and he is determined to prove them right. Teresi had originally planned to expand his Malibu Mountains Racquet Club, but Los Angeles County planning commissioners revoked the club's operating permit in April after neighbors complained that the onetime tennis ranch had degenerated into a rowdy motorcycle hangout. Neighbors noted that the land was zoned for light agriculture--hogs with tails, not tailpipes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1992
Representatives of a variety of regulatory agencies met this week to brace themselves for the Malibu Mountains Hog Ranch celebration, scheduled July 3-5 at a former tennis ranch in Latigo Canyon. Ranch owner Joe Teresi lost his permit to operate the ranch as a private club in April after neighbors complained that the former tennis ranch had become a rowdy motorcycle hangout. But Teresi has appealed that decision and can continue to operate the ranch until the appeal is heard.
BUSINESS
June 11, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Sharon Pereida wants you to give her $3 now for a bond she says will be worth $5 in 10 years. Five dollars worth of junk, specifically, at Pereida's used-merchandise store called What's New? in Sun Valley. Right; it's a junk bond. Pereida, who has run What's New? since 1988, is issuing sort-of-real-looking, numbered certificates emblazoned with the words Junk Bond.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 1990 | RICHARD BEENE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A motorcycle trade show scheduled for later this month at the Los Angeles Convention Center has been canceled because of police warnings that it could lead to violence similar to a brawl involving two biker clubs at last year's event, The Times has learned. Citing last year's trouble at a show in Long Beach, which left a member of the Hells Angels dead, Convention Center officials confirmed Tuesday that they have canceled the "$25,000 Invitational Bike Show" that had been planned for Feb. 23-25.
BUSINESS
June 17, 1999 | DAVID COLKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Easyriders Inc., whose namesake magazine has for almost three decades celebrated a biker fantasy lifestyle in which all women are topless and all motorcycles are Harleys, marks a first today: a stockholders meeting. But don't expect a raucous party at the seemingly incongruous setting of a Westlake Village hotel. Shares of Easyriders, which made its American Stock Exchange debut in September, have fallen off a cliff.
SPORTS
August 23, 1990 | SHAV GLICK
Joe Teresi, owner-publisher of Easyriders magazine, had an old 23-foot-long motorcycle in his garage in Malibu that he thought was capable of setting a world land speed record for two-wheelers. But he needed financial backing. Teresi got the idea to have readers of his magazine kick in $25 each to help pay the bills. For that they would have their signature stenciled on the sides of the aluminum shell of the Streamliner and a T-shirt proclaiming them as co-sponsors.
SPORTS
August 16, 1990 | SHAV GLICK
Gennadi Moiseev showed that Soviet motocross was competitive when he won three world 250cc championships in 1974, '77 and '78 and led his team to the Motocross des Nations world championship in 1978. Moiseev rode a KTM, an Austrian make, but when friction developed between the KTM factory and the Soviet cycling federation in 1979, Soviet racing took a nosedive.
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