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May 30, 1992
Your editorial against Charter Amendment G (May 25) represents a flip-flop on a previous Times position. Your editorial of Feb. 7 said, "Should Los Angeles tilt toward U.S. firms--or, even better, local firms--whenever possible? Absolutely." That's exactly what Amendment G will do. Amendment G will not allow any diminution of the quality of goods the city purchases.
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May 30, 1992
Your editorial against Charter Amendment G (May 25) represents a flip-flop on a previous Times position. Your editorial of Feb. 7 said, "Should Los Angeles tilt toward U.S. firms--or, even better, local firms--whenever possible? Absolutely." That's exactly what Amendment G will do. Amendment G will not allow any diminution of the quality of goods the city purchases.
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March 16, 2001
Actors and musicians including Frankie Muniz, Don Cheadle, Joe Mantegna, Vince Neil, Patrick Warburton, Ryan Stiles, Wil Shriner, Judd Nelson and Chad Everett will take part in radio station KLOS-FM's (95.5) second annual Mark & Brian Celebrity Golf Tournament on Saturday, hosted by the station's morning-show co-hosts Mark Thompson and Brian Phelps. The event, which begins at 9 a.m. at the Coyote Hills Golf Course in Fullerton, will benefit the KLOS Food Bank and the T.J.
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June 2, 1990
Gary Usher, a music producer who wrote songs with Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys, has died of cancer. He was 51. Usher, who died at his Los Angeles home May 25, produced, arranged and wrote for several groups including the Beach Boys, the Surfaris and the Hondells. With Wilson, he co-wrote the Beach Boys hits "409" and "In My Room," and as late at 1988, he worked with Wilson on the comeback solo album "Brian Wilson."
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May 17, 1991 | ALEENE MacMINN, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Going to Bat for Charity: A team coached by Motley Crue's Vince Neil will take on Alice Cooper's squad in a softball game Sunday at USC's Dedeaux Field, capping the ninth annual Rock 'n' Charity Weekend for the T.J. Martell Foundation for Leukemia, Cancer and AIDS Research. Tickets for the 11 a.m. game, featuring music, film and television celebrities, are available at Ticketmaster outlets.
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May 16, 1993 | EMILY ADAMS
Think of it as a second-string Farm Aid, with baseball gloves and bats instead of Willie Nelson and his friends saving the heartland. Or Band-Aid, without Bob Geldof and U2. Think of it as anything except professional baseball when members of bands such as Pearl Jam, Dramarama and Stone Temple Pilots go far afield of their usual activities to play a few innings of softball this weekend. Stop smirking, now, it's for a good cause.
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