Tibby Rothman

LA Weekly

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Long-time Venice resident and contributor to LA Weekly; former publisher of the Venice Paper (2001-2007)

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The Venice Boardwalk is one of LA's most popular tourist attractions, but recently it's been the scene of high profile crimes.

Is Venice Losing Its Soul?

The Venice Boardwalk is one of LA's most popular tourist attractions, but recently it's been the scene of high profile crimes.

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