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Tonight in Rock in LA - The Knitters, The Germs, America, Aimee Mann, Mike Watt, Mezzanine Owls
The Germs, Dr. Know, Black President, The Diffs, The Politicians @ Safari Sam's
The Knitters @ The Getty (rsvp: 310 440-7300)
Aimee Mann, Paul Bryan @ Largo
Mike Watt & the Missing Men, Bizzart @ The Troubadour
The Submarines @ The Echo
Lovelikefire, Eskimohunter, Mezzanine Owls @ El Cid
Groovy Rednecks, Cheatin' Kind @ JD's Sports Bar
Mustard Plug, Buck-O-Nine, Satori, Los Kung Fu Monkeys @ The Knitting Factory
Murderland, The VooDuo, Funeral Director @ The Scene
Pretty in Stereo @ DiPiazza's Lava Lounge
Red Elvises @ Rusty's Surf Ranch
Wild Child @ Whisky
America @ Pepperdine
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Pickets are being held outside at movie and TV studios across the city
For some critics, this feels less like a momentous departure and more like a footnote.
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