Built in 1922, this now landmark structure gave rise to the Beat Generation, a group of artists referred to as “Holy Barbarians” who came to Venice to find the peace that escaped them elsewhere. They wrote and recited poetry, embraced jazz as their new musical anthem and created a movement which spawned the Bohemian culture for which Venice, has become renown. This venue sheltered the likes of groundbreaking authors such as Jack Kerouac, Charles Bukowski and Allen Ginsberg. Jim Morrison started here and it was on this very boardwalk that The Doors were formed. Then came “Dogtown,” Venice’s nickname, so named by the world’s first skateboarders, a tradition that continues to this day.
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