Today in the city Venice 26.03.2017
Thousands expected to participate in CicLAvia on Sunday

Culver City meets Venice. That is the theme of the latest CicLAvia bike festival scheduled for Sunday. Thousands of cyclists, pedestrians, skaters and runners are expected to participate in the car-f...


All Hail the 'Monster of War': Joe Tacopina's Romantic Vision for Venezia

VENICE, Italy — Joe Tacopina has a square jaw, slicked-back hair and a muscular torso threatening to explode through his tightly fitted shirt. There's more than a hint of Steven Seagal abou...


Classic Venice side-by-side has twice the personality

This two-unit bungalow in Venice retains such 1920s details as its classic windows and parapet-like roof ornamentation. Wide-plank flooring, recessed lighting and skylights bring the interiors into th...


Human rights film festival - winners

Coming at the end of the awards season the fifteenth International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights, held as usual in Geneva has chosen its winners. The Grand Prix award for Best documenta...


Gang member charged with killing traffic guard at Venice construction site

A 29-year-old gang member has been arrested and charged with killing a traffic guard at a Venice construction site last summer, authorities said. Gregory Wherry was taken into custody last week and fo...


From the Archives: 1929 oil discovery closes Venice school

The fall 1929, discovery of oil in Venice unleashed a rush to drill.  A story in the March 31, 1930, Los Angeles Times reported that, “nearly sixty Venice property owners have been granted drilling pe...


Venice residents fight over homeless housing project — and character of the neighborhood

A proposed homeless housing development in Venice — ground zero in Los Angeles’ debate over how to deal with its homelessness crisis — would provide apartments for artists and low-wage workers. Releas...


From the Archives: Influx of homeless angers Venice residents

In 1987, the number of homeless people living on the beaches in Venice soared. On Aug. 9, 1987, staff writer George Stine reported in a front page Los Angeles Times story: Angry Venice Beach residents...


Trouble in Venice: can this trendy LA enclave reconcile a deep divide?

As the neighborhood floods with tech workers and new wealth, its homeless population keeps rising – and a political battle is raging over what to doIt is less than a hundred yards from the hipster res...



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