News
  • Coyote attacks dog during morning walk in Playa del Rey

    Animal gave chase as a resident and her terrier fled, biting the small dog several times By Gary Walker A coyote attacked a small dog out for a walk with its owner early Thursday morning in Playa del Rey, pursuing…
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    Westside Scrapbook

    Venice Heritage Foundation co-founder Todd von Hoffmann ran a free milk bottle knockdown game — using metal bottles once used as part of a pier attraction in Venice in the 1920s — during the Aug. 3 Venice Community Potluck ...
  • On Aug. 6, Venice nonprofit ALL’SWELL hosted surfing lessons for disabled or chronically ill children

    Volunteering 101

    From nature cleanups to working with kids to saving animals, local volunteering opportunities offer dozens of ways to make your community a better place By Allie Teaze Editor’s Note: Starting next week, The Argonaut will regu...
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    In conflict over parking, a chance for détente

    New permit parking district near LMU seems to be working, though not everyone is happy about it By Gary Walker After more than a year of battling Loyola Marymount University over students using their street as a parking lot to&...
  • Neighbors have little appetite for restaurant proposal

    Opponents worry Gjelina owner’s plans for a new Venice location will increase noise and traffic By Gary Walker A new Venice restaurant/bakery proposed by the owner of Abbot Kinney Boulevard’s popular Gjelina restaurant is a...
  • Venice Beach lightning strikes prompt beach safety review

    Traffic jams and confusion could have been avoided with a public address system, neighborhood leaders say By Gary Walker   The freak Venice Beach lightning strikes that killed a college student and sent eight others to the hos...
  • The Trevion design breaks down the traditional barriers between inside and outside space

    Bringing the Outdoors in

    Playa Vista’s new Trevion homes gracefully blend indoor living area and private outdoor space By Joe Piasecki Playa Vista master developer Brookfield Residential’s luxury Trevion homes offer plenty of curb appeal, but the v...
  • Del Rey council to discuss vandalism

    The vandalism of Culver-Marina Little League facilities and theft of baseball equipment nearly two weeks ago is set for discussion during tonight’s Del Rey Neighborhood Council meeting at Del Rey Square, 11976 Culver Blvd., D...
  • Mar Vista hosts its inaugural Relay for Life on Saturday

    Saturday marks Mar Vista’s first community-wide Relay for Life, a 12-hour American Cancer Society fundraising party and walkathon at the baseball fields near the Mar Vista Recreation Center. Hosted by the Mar Vista Community ...
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    Family seeks missing man

    John Charles Chevalier, 51, has been missing since June 2 and family members believe he may be in the Culver City or Santa Monica areas. Chevalier, who is on the autism spectrum, is 6’1” with balding brown hair, likes to&he...
 
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Grit and Grace

Bernadette Peters brings Broadway to Burton Chace Park By Bliss Bowen “There’s no business like show business,” as a tongue-in-cheek Irving Berlin immortally put it in his classic song for the musical “Annie Get Your Gu...
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 Food And Drink
The art at Mao’s Kitchen evokes a communist worker’s canteen

Workers of the world, indulge!

Mao’s Kitchen serves a princely meal at proletariat prices By Richard Foss (Richard@RichardFoss.com) Whether they’re cozy bistros or bright, contemporary places with shared tables, restaurants are usually themed to create a...
Tompkins Square’s towering Monster Burger


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