During the lockdowns, Venice went from having a few homeless people hanging out on the boardwalk and around town, to being completely overtaken with massive homeless encampments. You can see the extent of it in the first portion of the video and photos below.
Right now I think we all need a beautiful, peaceful place we can escape to and heal our souls. Honestly, it’s reached the point where it’s essential!
LA is reopening and it feels great! The latest to return after a long three month absence is the World Famous Venice Electric Light Parade.
Some photos of tourists and Angelenos enjoying the Venice Beach Boardwalk and Strand bike path on a sunny afternoon.
Like Mamas and Papas sang in the song California Dreamin back in 1965, most of us have wished for the warm California sunshine on a cold winter day! Each year over 50 million tourists come to Los Angeles.
Mention Southern California and it will conjure up images of beautiful, active, confident, healthy laid back people living a Bohemian lifestyle on the beach while making a fashion statement.
If you’re looking for an excuse to head out to Venice and have some fun, and who isn’t, mark December 7th 2019 on your calendar for the Venice Sign Holiday Lighting Ceremony and Block Party.
They say people watching at the Venice Beach Boardwalk is more fun than going to a movie.
More than anywhere in SoCal, the landscape of Venice California has changed: from Venice of America, a luxury resort, to oil boom town, to a polluted slum to the funky, vibrant tourist attraction that it is today.
You want to be an Instagram star, right? That means lead, don’t follow! So we’ve pulled together a long list of hot places in LA for your Instagram photo ops that won’t make it look like you’re just following the crowd.