Today in the city Venice 25.06.2017

The Most Luxurious (but Sneakily Affordable) Vacation Spots Across The Globe

You want all the “Roman Holiday” Audrey Hepburn vacation vibes (oversize sunnies, silk scarf, vintage convertible), but let’s be real: You’re going to have to pick and choose b...


Prepare To Be Amazed At The Cost Of These Celebrity Weddings

The statistics of William and Kate's royal wedding are astounding. A reported 24 million people tuned in to watch, 2 billion expected to hear news, and the ten bells of Westminster Abbey rang for thr...


The Ken Doll Just Got A Makeover & People Are Divided Over It

"I'm not a regular Ken doll, I'm a cool Ken doll" is the phrase we almost expected to see splashed across the boxes of Mattel's newly relaunched dolls. Ken's 2017 aesthetic stands in stark contrast to...


Action comedy 'Once Upon a Time in Venice' does nothing to boost Bruce Willis' career (or dog movies)

Bruce Willis’ latest effort to dislodge his film career from a stubborn rut goes unrewarded with “Once Upon a Time in Venice,” a wincingly unfunny comedy caper set along L.A.’s funky beach community....


Jessica Chastain's Venice Italian Was Attended By Anne Hathaway & Emily Blunt

Jessica Chastain married Gian Luca Passi de Preposulo in Venice, Italy on Saturday night, according to People. The wedding was held in Treviso, a city not far from Venice, at a home that has been owne...


Discover Venice's Most Discreet, Yet Luxurious Accommodations At The JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa

Bypass Venice's crushing crowds and tourists by making the discreet, yet luxurious JW Marriott Venice Resort & Spa your home base.


Rams, Chargers Sponsoring Venice Beach Gay Pride Event

The Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Chargers are helping to sponsor Venice Pride, an event celebrating diversity and the LGBTQ community that begins on Friday.  Per the Los Angeles Times' G...


From the Archives: Oil production booms, then quickly wanes Venice

In just over a year in the early 1930s, a section of Venice had gone from zero oil derricks to dozens. This image accompanied a story by Porter Flint in the Jan. 5, 1931, Los Angeles Times. Flint repo...


Blacklisting Venice To Save It From Too Many Tourists And Too Few Venetians

Venice continues to groan under the weight - and destruction - caused by mega cruise ships and millions of tourists every year. Can removing it from UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites actually save...


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