The following is from a recent conversation with Dr. Naomi Nightingale about the hearing before the Department of City Planning’s Office of Historic Resources to apply for historic monument designation for the First Baptist Church of Venice.
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By Bill Mohr Frank T. Rios, a poet who joined the Venice West poetry scene in the late 1950s and remained one of its most loyal advocates, died early this morning, at […]
By Mike Bravo “People don’t need your approval to move to Venice” “Who cares how long you’ve been here.” In the same arrogant spirit of their colonizer archetypes and ancestors, dismissive gentrifier […]
By Jon Wolff The following is from a recent conversation with the Reverend Oscar Rhone, of Mt. Hebron Baptist Church, on the upcoming appeal to the L.A. Planning Commission to oppose the […]
By John Okulick After two months of partial services, and little to no benefit to property owners, the self-appointed Venice Business Improvement District Property Owners Association’s six members have voted to increase, […]
Summary of June 20th WLAAPC Hearing for teh First Baptist Church of Venice
Penske sanctioned gentrification party desecrates First Baptist Church; takes over Oakwood Park for the day.
A Historic Showdown In Venice:June 13th By David Busch Hi all, I was asked recently in an email survey to support Los Angeles’ “A Bridge Home”; and attend a support rally and […]
Dear friends, I ask you to do something very hard — give the benefit of the doubt to our city on this one: Will you please come to our next Homeless Committee (of […]