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Proposed homelessness plan stokes a fight over the soul of Venice

John Moore, a shaggy-haired, full-bearded surfer, Venice resident and launcher of “ethically minded” brands and fashion lines, said he loves the history, diversity and creativity of his neighborhood. His family‘s lifestyle  — crafting, tandem skateboarding and eating on pillows in the backyard...
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