You’ve heard the expression, “don’t quit your day job”? Well, in 1991, a Los Angeles artist named Cathy Salser didn’t take that advice. She quit her day job as an
Anyone involved in any kind of community organizing knows that outreach to residents and attracting sustained involvement in the neighborhood is a major challenge. Luckily, one of our board members
The Venice Sign is the most iconic symbol of Venice, California. The landmark has a long history. On July 4th, 1905, legendary developer Abbot Kinney built the sign to attract
More than 25 years ago, Chamber member Tim Rudnick had an idea that sounded more than a little impractical. He wanted to build a museum without walls – an organization that
While the greater Venice area is known for arts, culture, food, and beautiful beaches, Venice has ties to many effective and charismatic politicians on the city, state, and national level.
Meals on Wheels West has been serving Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Malibu, Marina Del Rey, and Venice since 1974. They deliver meals to people of all ages who are unable
The Venice Family Clinic has served for over fifty years as a community health center in the Venice region. The clinic was started by Philip Rossman, MD and Mayer B.
Have you visited the Venice Japanese American Memorial Monument lately? It sits on the northwest corner of Venice and Lincoln Boulevards, and pays tribute to the 1000+ Japanese Americans in
Former United States President John F. Kennedy once wrote: “If this nation is to be wise as well as strong, if we are to achieve our destiny, then we need
Did you know the birth of Venice was the result of a coin toss gone awry? We owe it all to a land developer who was a transplant from New