Randy, homeless in Venice for over twenty years, shares a personal revelation that he is related to the Annenbergs.
Beat poet Philomene Long once said that the remains of the great American feast--its crumbs--ended up in Venice. In no place is Long's insight more evident than in the polyglot tap
Laws passed by city council often have little to do with the neighborhood they represent and many opinions differ over issues of privacy, parking, and homelessness.
President of th
RVers try to to be respectful to avoid being hassled by police and potentially have their vehicle towed. Trying to survive is no means glamorous--as Mouse puts it, it's a dog eat d
Dr. John, a homeless resident here, is the self-proclaimed Mayor of Venice. He organizes and tries to build a resistance to LAPD's efforts to kick homeless out of Venice.
Decorated in pink camo fatigues, Barbara Peck refers to herself as a soldier of peace