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Walk Street Cottage

Walk Street Cottage

Beautiful clapboard cottage.

Walk streets
Venice, California

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Walk Street Cottage

Walk Street Cottage (Lisa L)

TK by Lisa TK

Clapboard cottage with corrugated garage loft addition.

Walk streets
Venice, California

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Walk Street Craftsman

Walk Street Craftsman

Circa 19TK

Two-story craftsman bungalow on bucolic walk street.

Park Place
Venice, California

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Walk Street Residence (Maya Lin)

Walk Street Residence (Maya Lin)

2008 by Maya Lin (under construction)

Designed by artist and architect Maya Lin, best known as the creator of the elegant Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial in Washington, the walk street residence began construction in June. Other of Ms. Lin’s current art and architectural projects include the Systematic Landscapes show and the Confluence Project.

Walk streets
Venice, California

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Warren Wilson Beach House (Historic)

Warren Wilson Beach House (Historic)

Circa 1911

This stately craftsman was built by Warren & Carla Wilson, who were close friends with the Kinney family. Now a beautifully restored bed and breakfast known as Venice Beach House, the building is on the National Register of Historic Places.

30th Street
Venice, California

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Water Guzzling Benefits Debunked, Beer Guzzling Research Ongoing

The same scientific team that today announced it had debunked the conventional wisdom that drinking eight glasses of water per day improves health, admits their beer-guzzling research is taking longer to complete. “We’re gonna need more time,” said Dr. Dick Leaky of Waterhouse Labs. “And maybe a bunch of pizzas.”

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Wavecrest Craftsman

Wavecrest Craftsman

Circa 190TK

Beautiful brick and shingle craftsman beach home on quiet walk street.

Wavecrest Place
Venice, California

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What is Krump?

What is Krump?

Roc’co the clown — a sick dancer, a great krump/clown dancing ambassador, a complete cut-up and one of Tommy’s go-to clowns — breaks down krump for us.

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White Beach House

White Beach House

Circa 1901

The owner’s research and city records indicate this house, built in the earliest days of Venice of America (six years before the canals were dredged and filled with water), was originally a duplex. Subsequently subdivided into four apartments, it’s been restored to a duplex. The house’s original exterior is believed to have been redwood siding and shingles. Its ground floor front rooms were a sun porch through which a central staircase was accessed.

25th Ave
Venice, California

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white boxes

White Boxes

Circa 19TK

Austere white volumes reflect on Eastern Canal.

Eastern Canal
Venice, California

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