In Venice, there is a non-profit that helps young people kickstart a creative future. Thanks to Venice Arts, who support around 450 low-income youth every year, Esmeralda Martinez is able to explore turning her passion for filmmaking and cinematography into a profession. This video is made possible by Silicon Beach Homes.
Annual event to be held virtually Thursday April 15 Submitted by the Venice Japanese American Memorial Monument Committee Standing at...
California Geological Survey’s interactive Tsunami Hazard Area Early Monday morning a 4.0 earthquake occurred near LAX, rattling the Westside. After...
Temporary site for tiny-homes or safe camping at Will Rogers State Beach, Fisherman’s Village parking lots? By Sam Catanzaro Councilmember...
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Today on the Westside Business Spotlight we visit The Bike Shop California, your neighborhood spot for all things bike-related.Read more
Due to an encampment at the courts LA City has posted its intent to clear out the area on April...Read more