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Lowriders evolve into art from boulevard cruisers

...of a lifetime customizing a car. The Gypsy Rose is seen in the opening credits of the 1970s Freddie Prinze sitcom Chico and the Man; Mr. Valadez is at the wheel. "It's not dissimilar to any type of pop culture," Dr. Sandoval said. "Once...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/05/02/liv_197296.shtml
Life & style
It's a stampede to offer TV on the Web

...the usually brassy waitress kept freezing in her tracks. Likewise, cranky mechanic Ed Brown on an episode of "Chico and the Man." So what were the lessons from my PC-watching foray? First, that free is no bargain when the show is unwatchable...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/04/26/tel_78502.shtml
Television
'George Lopez' sitcom proves a boon for ABC, TV diversity

...The show had a starry genesis. Actress Sandra Bullock, who had fond memories of the 1970s Freddie Prinze sitcom "Chico and the Man," was struck by the lack of comedies featuring Hispanic characters. She and a friend tried to cook up a project...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/11/06/liv_356785.shtml
Life & style
People in the News

...an experience he said is based on his own life. Prinze was raised by his mother in New Mexico after his father, "Chico and the Man" star Freddie Prinze, committed suicide in 1977. "I told them I won't do TV unless I'm the executive producer...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/11/05/ent_433469.shtml
Things to Do
ABC to continue John Ritter's sitcom without him

...returned without him six months after his death, but lasted only a few episodes. Comedian Freddie Prinze, star of "Chico and the Man," committed suicide in 1977 in the third year of the popular NBC sitcom. The network cast a new, younger Chico...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/09/18/tel_388887.shtml
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