This is about half of the participants.
Mechanical Car Lifts in Venice?
By Ilana Marosi FEB 17, 2015 Venice – the Venice Neighborhood Council (VNC) approved the addition of thirty (30) automated car lifts at the surface parking lot located at Windward Ave and […]
All Aboard the Tram
By Marty Liboff When Abbot Kinney opened his Venice of America in 1905, he had a small steam train running around the canals. On the Venice Ocean Front there were wicker basket […]
New Bollards, More Yellow Than the Old Bollards
By Greta Cobar It is unclear why Mike Bonin, our Councilperson, held a Town Hall meeting on October 29, 2013 to hear the public’s input concerning bollards, cameras and blocking off the […]
Local Coastal Plan to Become Law of Land for Venice
By Greta Cobar The Venice coastal zone is about to lose the direct oversight of the California Coastal Commission, and be placed under the jurisdiction of the city of Los Angeles under […]
Manny’s Lowrider Bikes Keep Us Rolling
By Greta Cobar One thing about Venice is that everyone is rolling on something: be it a bike, skateboard, rollerblades, unicycle or tricycle. “I’m here to keep the wheels rolling in Venice.”, […]
Parking, Traffic and Other Evils in Venice
By Jim Smith The recent fight over pay parking in Venice brought to the fore the problem of too many cars in Venice. Not only are there more than 21,000 vehicles in […]
By Delores Hanney Always flush with imaginative ideas and the cash to fund them, Abbot Kinney – the milieu-maker of Venice, California – liked to do things with a flair. One of […]
Ray Bradbury and the Free Monorail System
Ray Bradbury may have had his head in the sky for The Martian Chronicles and other amaz- ing stories set on other worlds and dimensions, but he knew a good thing here […]
Summer in Venice, in 2062
By Jim Smith Hello, and Welcome to Venice! If you’re visiting the City of Venice this summer, there are some things you should know. Venice is easily accessible by mass transit and […]
You must be logged in to post a comment.