Trucks over six feet tall are being pushed away from the street's intersections.
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The so-called "coolest street in America" may be losing the same places that made it cool.
Blake Mycoskie extends his "What the World Needs Now" philosophy to a new flagship for locals.
U-Haul trucks and other vehicles are increasingly taking valuable spaces away from businesses, one business owner tells us.
The Abbot Kinney veteran insists the closure is "not a sad thing," while we know where salvation for everyday French food is to be found.
With a new modern look at one-third of the size, AK alkies are breathing a pungent sigh of relief.
Bartenders from Hal's , Tasting Kitchen, and Joe's will face-off following The Taste of Abbot Kinney.
We have to wonder if treating the neighbors a little nicer might have resulted in a different decision.
The Venice Stakeholders Association is threatening to sue the city if it doesn't abide by its own rules in regard to approving the restaurant's planned growth.
A new parking lot for food trucks is going to be tested on January 8th? Will it work? Eh, probably not.
The backlash against food trucks continues in Venice and could become permanent.
A no-parking ordinance will seek to seize control of the monthly festival from omnipresent food trucks.
Both aim to provide a counterpoint to the city's young nightlife.
Will Abbot-Kinney be able to extend its backlash to this cute truck?
Venice activists rejoice that a fro-yo chain is departing, while a new contender enters the icy arena.
Jennifer Samson puts her parents' San Clemente cafe on wheels.
Venice residents are angry at the food truck trend.
Four L.A. bartenders will compete with bourbon cocktails.