The Ventura Color Run began and finished at the Ventura County Fairgrounds today, and included a run through downtown Ventura.
Community advocate, Bob Alviani, speaks against Ventura Measure O. The Ventura City Council has placed revenue measure O on the ballot for the November 8, 2016 general municipal election. If adopted by the voters, the measure would increase the sales
Community advocate, Ed Wehan, speaks in favor of Ventura Measure O. The Ventura City Council has placed revenue measure O on the ballot for the November 8, 2016 general municipal election. If adopted by the voters, the measure would increase
Few who observe this odd concrete structure in the surf realize that this is the remains of a World War II Coastal Artillery Battery.
Fine artist, writer and poet, Nicole van Dam, describes the importance of becoming familiar with digital technologies for greater exposure and career advancement.
Bart Noll talks about his All-Alaskan Racing Pigs show, which has been touring the Western United States since the late1980’s. The All-Alaskan Racing Pigs are a team of flat-track racing and hurdling pigs, whose antics, combined with Bart’s entertaining narration,
Sarah Bobardt discusses caring for rabbits and what the American Rabbit Breeders Association judges are looking for in rabbit competitions.
Barbara Schneider has been helping the Ventura County Fair for over 50 years, starting as a volunteer. She has been Superintendent of the Florculture exhibits since about 1975.
Moses Mora and MB Hanrahan discuss their Tortilla Flats Mural Project, which explores and documents the stories and lives of the people who lived in the historical westside Ventura area known as “Tortilla Flats.”
Howard Leader, President of the Elite Theatre, discusses acting, directing, one-act plays and community theatre, as well as the difference between a producer and director, with Our Ventura host, Frank James Malle.