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May 17, 2008 | Valerie J. Nelson, Times Staff Writer
Bob McCord, whose Sagebrush Cantina restaurant, open since 1974, became a popular destination that fueled the growth of Calabasas and its historic old town, has died. He was 69. McCord died Monday at his Burbank home of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, a rare brain disorder, the restaurant announced. "Bob is one of the pioneers and legendary characters who has added to the color and success of our community," said Dennis Washburn, a Calabasas city councilman.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 17, 2008 | Valerie J. Nelson, Times Staff Writer
Bob McCord, whose Sagebrush Cantina restaurant, open since 1974, became a popular destination that fueled the growth of Calabasas and its historic old town, has died. He was 69. McCord died Monday at his Burbank home of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, a rare brain disorder, the restaurant announced. "Bob is one of the pioneers and legendary characters who has added to the color and success of our community," said Dennis Washburn, a Calabasas city councilman.
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March 30, 1989 | R. DANIEL FOSTER
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January 27, 1995 | FRANK MANNING
There won't be any more necktie parties at the old "hanging tree," in Calabasas. The 12-foot oak tree, a landmark in the city's Old Town, toppled over during the night Wednesday, the victim of the recent storms, according to officials of the Leonis Adobe, a museum nearby. The tree, bereft of branches, had been dead for years, making it fragile and vulnerable to the elements, said Ray Phillips, president of Leonis Adobe Assn.
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