Van Nuys GM plant closes;

Christopher Commission report;

L.A. riots (Dodger games canceled, the Pantry remains open, L.A. Weekly writer
Rubén Martínez has car torched while covering riots);

Watercourt built in California Plaza; Helter Skelter show at MOCA; Pete Wilson
seeks federal approval to complete Long Beach Freeway to Pasadena;

Esa-Pekka Salonen becomes L.A. Philharmonic conductor; $14-million Pershing Square
makeover plan approved by L.A. Cultural Affairs Commission; Kentucky Cycle opens
at Mark Taper Forum;


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