Morning Brief: Gunfire Reported Near a Pro-Trump Caravan Through the Valley

Also Hollywood says goodbye to Chadwick Boseman, and more
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» Gunfire was reported near a pro-Trump car caravan through the San Fernando Valley on Sunday. No injuries were reported.  [Los Angeles Times]

» Actor Chadwick Boseman died of cancer on Friday at the age of 43. Boseman was an icon to his fans, embodying the superhero Black Panther and real-life heroes including Jackie Robinson and James Baldwin on screen. [Huffington Post]

» Rail service in West Hollywood is one step closer to reality. Metro’s board has voted to move ahead with an environmental analysis on the project. [WeHoVille]

» Indoor hair salons, fitness centers, and shopping malls in L.A. County will remain closed for now, regardless of new statewide rules. Elsewhere in California, those operations may begin reopening up to 25 percent capacity. [CBS Los Angeles]

» Events in L.A. over the weekend commemorated the 50th anniversary of the Chicano Moratorium Against the Vietnam War. The August 29, 1970 protest brought more than 20,000 Mexican-American marchers out in East L.A. [KTLA]


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» Mayor Garcetti Backs Proposal to Make Metro Bus and Rail Rides Totally Free Los Angeles would be the first major city in the world with a fare-free public transit system

» Ratings-Fixated Donald Trump Lags Behind Joe Biden The incumbent’s Thursday night speech was less watched than his Democratic opponent’s

» When Will California’s Gyms, Movie Theaters, and Schools Reopen? A New Roadmap Explains Newly announced by Gov. Gavin Newsom, California’s new protocols link the reopening of schools and businesses on two specific metrics


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Crispy cauliflower from Nueva; assorted Chicas tacos; Prince Street pizza; Gigi’s burger and omelette.

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