Underground Diaries

700 Palms Residence

700 Palms Residence (Steven Ehrlich Architects)

2002 by Steven Ehrlich Architects

This oblong modern residence designed by one of Venice’s best-known architects is off-set by a sleek lap pool. The steel canopy running the length of the house contains roll-away shades to protect the pool and open house from the harshest sunlight.

Palms
Venice, California

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737 Conserve

737 Conserve

2008 by Tk and Tom Schey Builder (under construction)

737 Conserve is the follow up of a Platinum LEED home that Tom Schey built in Venice, California, the completion of which took place in mid-October 2007.

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Abbot Kinney Live/Work (d u Architects)

Abbot Kinney Live/Work (d u Architects)

2008 by d u Architects

A gallery took up residence in the main space for what turned out to be a rather short stint this spring. They’re gone now…

Abbot Kinney Blvd
Venice, California

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Abbot Kinney Live/Work (Mark Mack)

Abbot Kinney Live/Work (Mark Mack)

2008 by Mark Mack Architects

Live/work space

Abbot Kinney Blvd
Venice, California

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Abbot Kinney Lofts (Mark Mack Architects)

Abbot Kinney Lofts (Mark Mack Architects)

2001 by Mark Mack Architects

Venice architect Mark Mack, whose architecture can be seen all over the community, is the designer behind this Mondrianesque complex of pricey live/work residences.

Abbot Kinney Blvd
Venice, California

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Ace Market (Steven Ehrlich Architects)

Ace Market (Steven Ehrlich Architects)

1989 by Steven Ehrlich Architects

Ace Market was designed to evoke the canal dredging steam shovels that were once a staple of the Venice landscape.

1501 Main Street
Venice, California

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ACT OF GOD MISSES THE MARK

SHAMROCK, TX — While the heavens opened up over West Texas last week wreaking havoc on countless homes and businesses, the act of God actually missed its mark.

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After 6-Way Kidney Transplant, Docs Seek “One Measly Brain” For President Bush

A day after six selfless organ donors made possible a mix-and-match transplant of multiple kidneys to needy recipients, doctors were seeking donors for another desperately-needed organ transplant — a brain, this time — for the President of the United States.

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Airline: Gun fired on plane “accidental,” pilot “merely brandishing to impress for sex”

Turns out the gun that discharged “accidentally” in a US Air cockpit was no big deal, though the airliner admitted that, like the face-shooting “hunting” incident involving Vice President Dick Cheney “there were some beers.” Still, the company maintained, “at no time was the flight crew doing shots of duty-free Jägermeister.”

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Larry Terry

Airport Nipple Ring Incident Inspires Area Man

VENICE, CA — When is a humiliating nipple-ring-removal-at-
airport-security-checkpoint incident actually a good thing? The short answer: Never.

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