Lisa Green

Venice artist and homeless rights activist

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Venice artist and homeless rights activist

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A curfew has been the law on Venice Beach since 1989, but the Los Angeles Police Department has never enforced it on the Boardwalk.

Walking at Night on the Venice Beach Boardwalk, a Crime?

A curfew has been the law on Venice Beach since 1989, but the Los Angeles Police Department has never enforced it on the Boardwalk.

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