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August 6, 1997
A legendary South-Central Los Angeles blues club that is reopening in Leimert Park next week will probably be allowed to serve alcohol. Babe and Ricky's Inn, the last remaining blues club of the once-thriving Central Avenue music scene, won a unanimous recommendation Tuesday from the Los Angeles City Council, which has suggested that state authorities issue a liquor permit to the once-popular nightspot.
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September 22, 1998 | JOSEPH TREVINO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
His accomplishments outweigh his frailties. That was the reasoning Monday by a group of South-Central community activists about President Clinton. So, on a day when Clinton's videotaped grand jury testimony was released to the public, they announced plans to enshrine him on a Watts walk of fame.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1998 | JOSEPH TREVINO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
His accomplishments outweigh his frailties. That was the reasoning Monday by a group of South-Central community activists about President Clinton. So, on a day when Clinton's videotaped grand jury testimony was released to the public, they announced plans to enshrine him on a Watts walk of fame.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1997
A legendary South-Central Los Angeles blues club that is reopening in Leimert Park next week will probably be allowed to serve alcohol. Babe and Ricky's Inn, the last remaining blues club of the once-thriving Central Avenue music scene, won a unanimous recommendation Tuesday from the Los Angeles City Council, which has suggested that state authorities issue a liquor permit to the once-popular nightspot.
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