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April 12, 1995 | PHIL SNEIDERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seventeen years ago, a few miles east of the Three Points Cafe, Donald Lien saw Bigfoot scurry across the road. Honest. Today, perched upon a bar stool, he'll even show you a plaster cast of the hairy beast's footprint. Lien's colorful tale is old news among the regulars at this rural cafe, a combination tavern, short-order eatery and country market nestled next to the remote junction of Pine Canyon and Three Points roads 35 miles northwest of Palmdale.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 12, 1995 | PHIL SNEIDERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seventeen years ago, a few miles east of the Three Points Cafe, Donald Lien saw Bigfoot scurry across the road. Honest. Today, perched upon a bar stool, he'll even show you a plaster cast of the hairy beast's footprint. Lien's colorful tale is old news among the regulars at this rural cafe, a combination tavern, short-order eatery and country market nestled next to the remote junction of Pine Canyon and Three Points roads 35 miles northwest of Palmdale.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 6, 1994 | ED BOND
Sterling's, a landmark restaurant in Sunland, has not yet fallen to a demolition crew, but its owners are still playing the same waiting game that began when the Northridge earthquake struck. On July 1, the Los Angeles City Department of Building and Safety threatened to have the restaurant torn down unless it was repaired by the end of September. But Councilman Joel Wachs was able to get an indefinite extension granted, said Vicki Lee, Wachs' deputy.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 6, 1994 | ED BOND
Sterling's, a landmark restaurant in Sunland, has not yet fallen to a demolition crew, but its owners are still playing the same waiting game that began when the Northridge earthquake struck. On July 1, the Los Angeles City Department of Building and Safety threatened to have the restaurant torn down unless it was repaired by the end of September. But Councilman Joel Wachs was able to get an indefinite extension granted, said Vicki Lee, Wachs' deputy.
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December 17, 1992 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seeking some relief from its long-term debt, Restaurant Enterprises Group Inc. said Wednesday that it will seek a restructuring that would give bondholders an ownership interest in the company in return for lower interest rates and a longer repayment schedule. By regrouping its $282.6 million in bond debt, the Irvine-based operator of several restaurant chains hopes to stave off a bankruptcy filing.
BUSINESS
December 17, 1992 | CHRIS WOODYARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seeking some relief from its long-term debt, Restaurant Enterprises Group Inc. said Wednesday that it will seek a restructuring that would give bondholders an ownership interest in the company in return for lower interest rates and a longer repayment schedule. By regrouping its $282.6 million in bond debt, the Irvine-based operator of several restaurant chains hopes to stave off a bankruptcy filing.
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