Photos: Looking Back at Bathing in Venice Beach | KCET
Photos: Looking Back at Bathing in Venice Beach
From the early days of Kinney's Venice of America to the grand opening of the millennial Skate Park, the beach in Venice has come to represent one of L.A.'s most generous and eccentric public spaces. Like the boardwalk, the beach makes room for all, and seldom discriminates. Although there are some commercial forces trying to homogenize and privatize the public experience, beach goers will not let go, because this beach, Venice beach, is a place for all.
The advent of World War II marked an aviation-industry boom in Southern California. What’s left standing in the neighborhoods we now call home after the rise of aviation giants such as Lockheed, Douglas Aircraft and Northrop may surprise you.
Learn how to prepare Perfect Pan-Seared Pork Tenderloin Steaks from "America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated."
Southern California produced two of the three stages of the behemoth Saturn V rocket, the space vehicle that housed the astronauts during the journey to the moon.
Author Sharman Apt Russell writes a poignant letter to her deceased father, Captain Milburn Apt, one of the famous pilots of Edwards Air Force Base who tested the X-2 experimental rocket research plane.
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