Venice, CA. The Venice Car Show Fundraiser for the Venice Mexican American Traquero Monument will take place at Oakwood Park (767 California Ave) in Venice on Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Car entrance fee is $25.00 and the gates will open at 8 a.m. They will also be celebrating Mexican Independence Day since Venice’s Annual “El Grito” Mexican Independence Day Celebration takes place during this week. This is a free family-friendly community event that has been sponsored by Council Member Mike Bonin. All proceeds will go towards the Venice Mexican American Traquero Monument. There will be Oaxaquena Food Truck, DJ music by Joey Bustamante, 50/50 Drawing Raffle, photo booth, live entertainment by Venice’s Fly N. Lion Band, Venice’s Finest Classic Cars and Low riders, The Moss Lady-Gwen Moseley, Urban Mysticism Bath and Body Works, Mexican Gifts, Oaxaquena Gifts,Venice Brand, Venice Heritage Museum, C’Los Designs, and a Flor de Mayo Folklorico Boutique. Live performances by Danza Azteca Chicimeca and Donja Princesa Folklorico Group. There will be a special guest, Jimmy Humilde, Venice native and producer. The Venice Mexican American Traquero Monument was approved to be placed at the Windward Circle in Venice and passed unanimously by the LA City Council on May 5, 2021 with Civil Rights leader Dolores Huerta’s blessing. The project is moving forward and has strong support from the LA City Council...Read More
Or sample cuisine from any of 20 restaurants during Sunday’s “MAINopoly: A Taste of Main Street” The classic board game Monopoly gets a grownup twist along Main Street in Santa Monica this Sunday with “MAINopoly: A Taste of Main Street,” when restaurants and bars along this popular party drag open their doors for tastings and drink specials to raise funds for Heal the Bay. Feed your seafood craving with fresh fish ceviche at Enterprise Fish Co., find falafel at Bareburger, sip some cold brew at Espresso Cielo, and satisfy your sweet tooth at Dolcenero Gelato, serving up samples of...Read More
“To the Sea” merges cinema and dance on Santa Monica Pier By Christina Campodonico L.A. choreographer Jacob Jonas got his start in dance as a teenager busking on the Venice Boardwalk, cutting his teeth with the Calypso Tumblers and the late street dance legend Vincent “Mr. Animation” Foster. “My heart has always been in the art form of dance,” says Jonas, whose unique brand of break dancing and ballet has earned him accolades in the press and sold out runs at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. Now the 25-year-old Santa Monica local and founder of Jacob...Read More
Exhibit features memories and swag from Playa Vista’s past life Before the reign of computer scientists and software engineers, Playa Vista belonged to aviation innovator and movie mogul Howard Hughes. Aeronautic engineers and researchers with Hughes Aircraft Company, which covered all of what’s now Playa Vista as well as some of the LMU campus, built the Spruce Goose, designed military fighter planes and made early advancements in the Space Race right here. Current residents and visitors can get a glimpse into those days at the Playa Vista Branch Library, where now through mid-June the Hughes Aircraft Retirees Association is...Read More
Venice Art Crawl visits Runway at Playa Vista for a music-themed art show and party By Christina Campodonico Now that they’re all moved in, the owners of Hal’s Bar & Grill are inviting some old friends from Venice to check out the new neighborhood. On April 20, the Venice Art Crawl will transform the Runway at Playa Vista restaurant’s nearby 3,800-square-foot event space into a pop-up art and photography show. Musicians are the muses for “Music Connects Us,” a fundraiser to celebrate the organizations’ seventh anniversary that’s co-curated by Neely Shearer, the conceptualist behind the Abbot Kinney Boulevard-adjacent boutique...Read More
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