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  • Home Tour: A light-filled sanctuary on Abbot Kinney

     
    Is it possible to live right on bustling Abbot Kinney Boulevard in Venice and still maintain a sense of privacy? Architect Dennis Gibbens' light-filled home proves it can be done. Long a fan of urban living, Gibbens bought the empty Venice lot in 2005 and...
  • Patio rehab at Venice drug-treatment facility

     
    The outdoor space alongside the Phoenix House drug-treatment facility in Venice is so green and inviting these days that beach-goers sometimes mistake it for a sidewalk cafe. It just goes to show what can be done with a little imagination, a volunteer...
  • 'NCIS: Los Angeles' gives city a starring role

     
    Chris O’Donnell, wearing a navy blue vest and jeans, stood in the sun next to the La Brea Tar Pits, where a crowd of curious museum visitors and tourists were snapping photos of the star of the CBS hit series......
  • The Dry Garden: A skeptic's view of vertical gardens

     
    They say you catch more flies with honey than vinegar, but I’ve never wanted to catch flies. Moreover, as borrowed phrases go, I far prefer, “If you don’t have anything nice to say, sit by me.” And so, I issued an invitation: If you...
  • Southern California animal lovers' calendar: Weekend of Aug. 14-15 and beyond

     
    Whether you want to adopt a pet, learn how to protect animals in the event of an emergency, rub shoulders with other animal lovers or shop for vintage clothing and cruelty-free makeup for a very good cause, the coming weekend......
  • Southern California animal lovers' calendar: Weekend of Aug. 21-22 and beyond

     
    If you want to adopt a pet, take advantage of low-cost veterinary care options, see a baseball game with your dog, drink wine (or mojitos!) for a good cause or shop for cruelty-free makeup while snacking on vegan food, we've......
  • L.A. councilman calls for quicker cleanup of human waste

     
    Los Angeles Councilman Bill Rosendahl said Thursday that he plans to convene a working group of agencies to prevent or better respond to incidents of human waste dumping like the three that occurred in Venice recently. Rosendahl said in a......
  • Venice Architecture Biennale has L.A. flavor

     
    It would be understating the case to say that Los Angeles is well represented at this year's Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy, which opened Thursday to the press and participating architects and will open to the public on Sunday. Hitoshi......
  • The Agenda: Sneaky Nietzsche in downtown L.A.

     
    Sneaky Nietzsche won us over with its title alone. This anachronistic, artistic explosion of live weird music, a maze of “narrative vignettes, environmental explorations, dancing” and alcoholic beverage tastings is staged in a 6000-ft warehouse d...
  • Venice's one-woman crime fighting machine

     
    "Cuts hair by day and crime by night." The motto on the business card pretty much sums up Boston Dawna, who for many years has been a one-woman, bicycle-riding, crime-fighting machine in Venice. By her own estimate, she has initiated......
  • Class up your cooking

     
    Want to learn to cook? You can’t say you don’t have enough options. Three very different Southern California cooking schools have announced their fall schedules. The first, the Ecole de Cuisine Pasadena, located in a former restaurant on San Gabriel.....