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Cheech Marin has more than 700 pieces in his collection. Now they’ll get a permanent home in Riverside.

‘You can't love or hate Chicano art unless you see it’: Cheech Marin on his new museum in Riverside

Cheech Marin has more than 700 pieces in his collection. Now they’ll get a permanent home in Riverside.

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