Carol Fondiller Berman June 22, 1936 – Jan. 9, 2010 A Community Celebration of the life of Carol Fondiller Berman who dedicated herself and her writings to the preservation and betterment of […]
Interview with Thomas Paine Haag Duggan
By Greta Cobar Carol Fondiller used to baby-sit Thomas Duggan, formerly known as Thomas Haag, Anna’s son. Yes, Anna Haag, who with John Haag operated the Venice West Cafe at 7 Dudley […]
Carol Fondiller – Ingrid Mueller Carol Fondiller – Cher Oakes Carol Evelyn Fondiller Berman – Mary Jane Silent Running – Bonnie Wolfe Weed Blowers – Simone White Plain English – DeDe Audet […]
Historical Status for 7 Dudley Advances
Historical status for the building that housed the Venice West coffeehouse (see photo, right), the Potpourri coffeehouse, the Vox Populi coffeehouse and Sponto Gallery was approved by the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs […]
Sluice Gates slush fund
Six years after the project was approved by the Grass Roots Venice Neighborhood Council (GRVNC), new sluice gates are in operation on the Venice canals. The gates regulate the flow of sea […]
Can Medical Marijuana Cure Bad Politics?
In the midst of a depression, the Los Angeles City Council wants to create 30 empty storefronts where thriving businesses now reside and throw hundreds of people out of work. And that’s […]
By Pam Emerson When I met Carol in 1975, she was engaged in a struggle to preserve space for poor people – benches to sit on, apartments to live in, small groceries […]
Obama’s First Year
By Jim Smith It’s been a year since George W. Bush left the White House (and he has yet to be arrested for war crimes). When Barack Obama took his place, the […]
It’s All The Rage
By Roger Linnett If you’ve paid any attention to the news lately you couldn’t help but notice that – Jeez those Democrats are sure lousing things up! It has even been reported […]
When wasn’t there Carol?
By Lance Diskan The first Venice neighborhood meeting I went to – 1968 – there she was. When I visited Venice to celebrate our Centennial in 2005, there she was. For us, […]
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