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Venice Update

News of Venice, CA and Marina del Rey CA

Art Crawl Afterburn

Art Crawl Afterburn

Venice Art Crawl’s annual “Afterburn” event. (Photo and comments courtesy of George Francisco.)

NO AMNESTY FOR ILLEGAL BILLBOARDS!

NO AMNESTY FOR ILLEGAL BILLBOARDS!

By Homeowners of Encino City Planning Commission hearing on billboards Thursday (24 Sept) at 8:30, Van Nuys City Hall, Council Chamber, 14410 Sylvan Street,...

New Mural at Paddle Courts, OFW

New Mural at Paddle Courts, OFW

New mural by Myles Duke appeared this week across from the paddle board courts at Ocean Front Walk.

Abbot’s Dream Unveiled

Abbot’s Dream Unveiled

West side of hall. East side of hall. Abbot Kinney, the dreamer. Abbot Kinney had a dream. So did Patrick Marston. Kinney wanted a Venice. Marston wanted...

Saturn’s Moon Enceladus Hosts a Global Ocean

Saturn’s Moon Enceladus Hosts a Global...

Note: This is a press release from the SETI Institute. Illustration of the interior of Saturn’s moon Enceladus showing a global liquid water ocean...

Egyptian Thoth is in Windward Circle Park

Egyptian Thoth is in Windward Circle Park

At first sighting of Thoth, memories of Southern Illinois’ “Little Egypt” flashed. One wondered where the Saluki were. Robin has dropped...

Landlord/Tenant to Split Earthquake Retrofit

Earthquake retrofit has been passed. Cost splits of retrofitting a building with tenants/landlords has not been decided as of yet. The best solution so...

Planning to Have STR Meet with Residents

Planning to Have STR Meet with Residents

City Planning is providing those on the Westside an opportunity to provide input for a future ordinance regulating short-term rentals (STR). The meet will...

LUPC, Monday, Beyond Baroque

Land Use and Planning Committee will meet Monday, 6:45 pm at Beyond Baroque, 681 Venice Blvd. 333 Windward Ave and 219 Howland Canal will be considered...

Rain and the Oxford Basin …

Rain and the Oxford Basin …

The County Public Works department spent the day (Tuesday) draining the north-of-Washington side of Oxford as the rain, which started at 3 am, continued,...