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Venice High School head football coach Angelo Gasca says the “Coaching Boys into Men” curriculum helps bring structure to the kinds of life lessons he already tries to impart to his players
Photo by Ted Soqui

Coaching Boys into Men

Hit hard by student sex assault allegations in March, Venice High School sports programs are teaching that respect for women is part of the game Story by Joe Piasecki and Gary Walker Kids removed from class in handcuffs. Televi...


Though delayed by rubbernecks and religious protesters, more than 500 topless women and men paraded along the Venice boardwalk on Sunday

Venice Beach Goes Topless for a Day

Gender equality parade, 500-plus strong, gets its message across despite gawkers and protesters Story by Bonnie Eslinger Photos by Mia Duncans The crowd at Sunday’s Venice Beach Go Topless Pride Parade was seemingly hell-bent...


The Venice Pop Up Park features a chalkboard wall for brainstorming sessions and fence panels that fold down to make tables

72andSunny Builds a Creative Park on Abbot Kinney Boulevard

A vacant lot behind Joe’s restaurant on Abbot Kinney Boulevard has become a pop-up park designed to foster collaboration among Venice’s creative community. 72U, a creative residency program run by Playa Vista advertising fi...



Primitivo and Casa Linda to Join Forces

A fixture on Abbot Kinney Boulevard for 13½ years, Primitivo Wine Bistro will close on Aug. 30 — but it won’t be gone for long. Primitivo has joined up with the team behind Hal’s Bar and Grill (currently relocating to&he...


Go Topless Day Pride Parade Heads to Venice Beach

Gender equality activists who believe women should have the same rights as men to sunbathe topless at the beach are staging a Go Topless Day Pride Parade on Sunday along the Venice boardwalk. Scantily clad participants are expe...


Hill’s digitally enhanced photos and painted dreamscapes explore sense of place evolving through time

Venice Dreamscapes

Jason Hill pays homage to the Venice Art Walls with a new series of mixed-media paintings and photographs By Joe Piasecki As a teenage skateboarder in the mid-1980s, Jason Hill was transfixed by the many images of the Venice Pa...



William Attaway 
Photo by Ted Soqui

The Short Goodbye

Venice loses a piece of itself with the eviction of artist William Attaway By Joe Piasecki William Attaway built this studio with his own two hands, a labor of love that has spanned 35 years. A letter that arrived six…


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The Bicycle is King for a Day

Tens of thousands of travelers on two wheels took over stretches of Washington and Venice boulevards from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday for CicLAvia: Culver City Meets Venice. It was the quarterly car-free festival’s first retur...


Venice High School Alumni House Set to Open

The Venice High School Alumni Association will gather on Saturday, Aug. 8, to celebrate the grand opening if its Champion/Easton Alumni House and the 104 years of school history inside it, including every VHS yearbook since 191...



Abbot Kinney Parking Lot is Back in Business

Closed for paving and lighting improvements since early March, the city parking lot behind Abbot Kinney Boulevard businesses (bounded by Electric, Santa Clara and California avenues) is now open. City workers have installed a p...






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