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July 20, 1999
West Hills investment group R&R Enterprises has purchased a fully-occupied 30,000-square-foot office building at 7301 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Canoga Park, for $2 million. Charles Dunn Co., who represented both buyers and Intercoastal Properties, the seller, says R&R plans an immediate upgrade for the building.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1999
West Hills investment group R&R Enterprises has purchased a fully-occupied 30,000-square-foot office building at 7301 Topanga Canyon Blvd., Canoga Park, for $2 million. Charles Dunn Co., who represented both buyers and Intercoastal Properties, the seller, says R&R plans an immediate upgrade for the building.
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ENTERTAINMENT
February 7, 1986 | COLIN GARDNER
For the last 20 years, Richard Ralph Roehl has been creating paintings and sculptures that combine bad taste, surreal humor and fine craftsmanship in an attempt to comment on some of the more insidious abuses of American society. Fusing personal and patriotic symbology with overt sexual imagery, Roehl takes on rape, murder, the power structure, religion, family life and bigotry in a series of works that satirize injustice and vulgarity by pushing them to their obnoxious limits.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 24, 1992 | Steve Hochman
Would you pay $65 for a photo signed by Garth Brooks? Or how about $200 for a 3-by-5 card signed by Bruce Springsteen? Or maybe $750 for the autographs of the current Rolling Stones? Somebody will. At least that's what a growing number of autograph dealers are hoping. Baseball autographs have become a multimillion-dollar business in America. You can find hundreds of signed plaques, balls and bats for sale nightly on TV shopping channels--even the old stars on camera hawking the wares.
BUSINESS
July 13, 1999
Dallas-based GE Capital Realty Group Inc. purchased four retail centers in San Diego County totaling 420,272 square feet for $44.4 million from San Diego-based Burnham Pacific Properties. The four shopping centers are the 110,865-square-foot Weigand Plaza in Encinitas; the 92,684-square-foot Independence Square in Kearny Mesa; 74,060 square feet of Poway Plaza in Poway; and the 142,663-square-foot Mesa Shopping Center in Mira Mesa.
NEWS
October 8, 1995 | RICHARD A. SERRANO and RONALD J. OSTROW, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Terry L. Nichols just showed up one day. No one had ever seen him in town before. He did not have a job. He did not have a Social Security number. He put a large cash down payment on a house on Second Street and moved in. When he bought the house, he didn't even bother to look inside the garage. To his new neighbors--the local real estate agent, the bank, the military surplus store--his arrival out of the blue last winter seemed odd but not so bizarre that they wanted to pry into his business.
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