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
Public Health officials list locations where locals may have been exposed to the disease By Joe Piasecki The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is investigating a confirmed case of measles by a local resident who contracted the disease outside the country. The department has issued a statement that people who visited that following places within the given timeframe may have been exposed to measles. There is no known risk of measles at these venues at the current time. Sunday, July 14: 12:15 to 2:30 p.m. – Groundworks Coffee at 671 Rose Ave. in Venice 1 to 3 p.m. – Frontrunners Shoe Store at 11620 San Vicente Blvd. in Brentwood 1:45 to 4 p.m. – CVS at 11941 San Vicente Blvd. in Brentwood 5 to 7:15 p.m. – American Beauty at 425 Rose Ave. in Venice Monday, July 15: 2:30 to 5 p.m. – Comerica Bank at 12001 San Vicente Blvd. in Brentwood 3:45 to 6:30 p.m. – Groundworks Coffee at 811 Traction Ave. in Downtown L.A.’s Arts District 8:30 to 11 p.m. – California Chicken at 2401 Wilshire Blvd. in Santa Monica Tuesday, July 16: 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. – Equinox Gym, 201 Santa Monica Blvd., Santa Monica There have been 16 measles cases among Los Angeles County residents so far this year, plus eight non-resident cases detected among people traveling through the area. “For those who...Read More
Man found dead Sunday near 5th and Rose was the victim of a “three-on-one fight” By Gary Walker A 25-year-old man found dead Sunday night in an alley near 5th and Rose avenues in Venice may have been a victim of gang-related violence perpetrated by members of a gang he was also associated with, according to police. LAPD officers responding to emergency calls found the man at around 7:20 p.m. and firefighter paramedics pronounced him dead at the scene, LAPD Pacific Division Capt. James Setzer said. Police have already apprehended one person of interest for questioning, he said. “The...Read More
Remembering the founding father of Venice — a dream that came to life on July 4, 1905 By Grace Bruno “What’s an Abbot Kinney?” a friend asked me one day as we walked along Kinney’s namesake boulevard in Venice. “The man who founded Venice,” I answered incredulously, but also realizing that I didn’t know much more than that myself. As a longtime local and an author of historical fiction, I decided to unravel the mystery of Mr. Abbot Kinney for myself and share whatever I learned. I began my research at the Los Angeles Central Library. Librarians Cindy McNaughton...Read More
Venice Neighborhood Council executive officer candidates make their case to voters at Tuesday-night election forum By Gary Walker Anyone expecting fireworks or defining moments at the Venice Neighborhood Council’s executive officer candidate forum on Tuesday night likely walked away disappointed or surprised. The two and a half hours of candidate Q&As at the Westminster Avenue Elementary School Auditorium was a low-key, low-drama event by Venice standards. In some ways, it could also be viewed as an evening of missed opportunities. Given the opportunity by moderator and Venice Neighborhood Council parliamentarian Ivan Spiegel to engage each other — which does not...Read More
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