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April 2015


Above: Early 1900s postcards of the three bath houses operating in Venice at the time. Top row: The Venice Plunge exterior and interior - on OFW in front of the Sidewalk Cafe (on the west side of OFW). Bottom row: The Lagoon bath house at Main St. and Windward Ave. (on the north, west side); The Ocean Park Plunge at Navy St. and the OFW (where the Paul and Adda Safron Senior Housing is now).

Take A Bath You Stinker! - By Marty Liboff

Venice Fights Back: NO Short-Term Rentals - By Mark Lipman and Greta Cobar

Bed and Beer - By Carol Fondiller


Time to Take Back Our Post Office: Joel Silver Runs Out of Money - By Greta Cobar


Where Have All the Neighbors Gone? - By Krista Schwimmer

Vietnam, Viet Nam - By Jim Smith

UPDATE: Venice Japanese American Memorial Maker - By Phyllis Hayashibara

Think Community and Grow It - By Eric Ahlberg

No More Fiesta, thanks to Greedy Developers - By Joe Delaplaine

Homeless but far from Hopeless - By Jack Neworth

Evans Haas - Fair Winds and Following Seas - By Ken Haas

Community Ferments As Alcohol Licenses Multiply - By Krista Schwimmer

Councilman Mike Bonin Takes Jurisdiction Over a Small Lot Subdivision Case

That Was Denied by the West Los Angeles Area Planning Commission - By Ivonne Guzman


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