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California Mishegoss Daily 2 - 80-Year-Old Compton Cowboy, Death Valley Junction, Phil Lesh

California Mishegoss
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As for tonight…
  • An 80-Year-Old Cowboy from Compton, plus more about their work
  • Death Valley Junction, a town long forgotten with an opera house
  • Grateful Dead’s Bassist Phil Lesh’s restaurant closes for now
Be Well! Stay Safe!
Mark & Patti

The 80-year-old president of Oakland's Black Cowboy Association rides on
and in a related story...
Inside Death Valley Junction, the forgotten California town with two residents and an opera house
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Famed Bay Area venue and restaurant founded by Grateful Dead bassist permanently closes
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