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January 22, 1997 | DAVID WHARTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Country Club buzzes with chatter, laughter rising on clouds of cigar smoke, everyone waiting for Michael Nunn to enter the ring for the main event. It feels so familiar. Just like the 1980s, when Nunn put this place on the boxing map, winning fight after fight before raucous fans. The same bare walls and concrete floor, the cocktail tables pushed close to ringside. One of those tables is reserved for actor David Hasselhoff and his buddies. "This was our church.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1998
One hundred years ago, Reseda was a sheep ranch. Later farmers planted wheat and other crops until, in the 1930s, Reseda was known as one of the country's prominent lettuce-growing regions. A 7.5-square-mile community in the west San Fernando Valley, 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles, Reseda is bounded on the west by Corbin Avenue, on the north by Roscoe Boulevard, on the east by White Oak Avenue and on the south by Topham Street.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 29, 1998
One hundred years ago, Reseda was a sheep ranch. Later farmers planted wheat and other crops until, in the 1930s, Reseda was known as one of the country's prominent lettuce-growing regions. A 7.5-square-mile community in the west San Fernando Valley, 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles, Reseda is bounded on the west by Corbin Avenue, on the north by Roscoe Boulevard, on the east by White Oak Avenue and on the south by Topham Street.
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January 22, 1997 | DAVID WHARTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Country Club buzzes with chatter, laughter rising on clouds of cigar smoke, everyone waiting for Michael Nunn to enter the ring for the main event. It feels so familiar. Just like the 1980s, when Nunn put this place on the boxing map, winning fight after fight before raucous fans. The same bare walls and concrete floor, the cocktail tables pushed close to ringside. One of those tables is reserved for actor David Hasselhoff and his buddies. "This was our church.
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