Yesterday the Latino Restaurant Association announced that 35 small restaurant owners are receiving a $2,500 grant thanks to support from SoCalGas. This is part of the company’s ongoing support for small restaurants recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic. The grants will be going to 25 Latino-owned restaurants and 10 AAPI-owned restaurants. The announcement was made at La Mascota Bakery in Boyle Heights, one of the grant recipients, and we were joined by Senator Maria Elena Durazo. In celebration of
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) is planning a network of four bikeways connecting Westside neighborhoods and adjacent cities. The bike routes will feature traffic calming measures to make them comfortable for riders of all ages and abilities. By participating in this process you can enter for a chance to win a FREE bicycle! Join us at any of the many community events listed below for a chance to participate. For more information on the project and ways to participate, please
TIME named Congressman Ted Lieu (D-Los Angeles County) to the first-ever TIME100 AI list, highlighting 100 individuals advancing major conversations about how AI is reshaping the world. The list features leaders, policymakers, artists and entrepreneurs across a variety of fields and from countries around the world. See the full list here: time.com/time100ai
The Venice Heritage Museum (VHM) announces the 2nd Annual Venice Heritage Museum Film Festival following last year’s sold out event. The one day, outdoor festival takes place on Saturday, October 7th from 7-10 pm at the Main Street Design Center (228 Main Street, Venice, CA 90291). Tickets on sale HERE: https://tinyurl.com/vhmfilmTo join the impressive & generous list of sponsors for this year’s event, find a deck with details here, or email email@example.com Together with the Academy Film
Councilmember Park Hosts Listening Sessions in September and October 2023 California law requires all cities to develop a General Plan, which is a comprehensive policy document that informs future land use decisions, establishes land use designations, and identifies a range of zoning options. The City of Los Angeles General Plan Land Use Element is comprised of 35 Community Plans that cover the entire 473 square miles of our city. Community Plans are developed and periodically updated by the Planning
Heads up! LADOT is updating the Al Fresco outdoor dining portal. Starting September 30, the current system will be temporarily down as it shifts to a more permanent platform. LADOT recommends submitting your application before September 30. All the specifics, from rules to the application process, can be accessed through the following link: LA Al Fresco Dining Details.
A carousel for all ages that doubles as interactive art and a piece of Venice history will be opening soon. Human powered, 20 feet in diameter, with eight animals, five kiddie swings, and a two-person chariot, the Venice Flying Carousel brings the community together to celebrate Venice’s past, present, and future. In the image at left, children from Venice's École Claire Fontaine visit the carousel. Robin Murez, the creator of this project, is passionate about imbuing her pieces with historical
Make your next event beachside! Belles offers a variety of private and semi-private spaces for parties, events and group bookings. More info on spaces at link, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is OPEN for Venice Arts Academic Year Workshops! FREE for low-income families! Join us for classes in Photography, Animation, Film, and Comics! Register in English online here, en español en línea aquí, or request an in-person appointment here. Questions? Call Camila at (310) 392-0846 or email her here.Open House - Join us! August 17, 4- 7 pm Come tour our space, get help with class registration, earn more about our media arts education, college, and career pathways programs!RSVP HERE