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Arnold Springer – A Remembrance
by Chuck Bloomquist So many memories of Arnie—my last and best one: he’d dropped by recently and I had the chance to tell him that I thought his book on Venice history […]
Phillip Melnick – PRESENTÉ
by Jim Smith Phil Melnick, one of the founding staﬀ of the Free Venice Beachhead, died Feb. 4 of lung cancer, just months short of the 50th anniversary of the paper. Phil […]
Beachhead Bash Was A Smash
By Lisa Robins, with Eric Ahlberg & Suzy Williams A magical celebration was enjoyed by all when we, the Beachhead Collective, hosted the first of our 50th anniversary fundraiser parties on Sunday […]
Moe Stavnezer – Presenté
Moe Stavnezer was a tireless fighter for a Venice which is now gone but not yet forgotten. It was a Venice which was a counter cultural mecca, a community of small […]
Where’s the Beachhead?
You may have noticed that the November Beachhead is nowhere to be found. That’s not completely true because I am sure the DHS has found it on my computer. The strait up […]
The February Beachhead Is Here.
But it needs to be there, in your hands where you may admire it, you may laugh at it, you may curse it because that’s how we roll. Mike Bonin might […]
Evil city officials made me clean up my garage.
I have spent the last 11 days cleaning out my garage, because the city inspector said, during the recent housing code enforcement sweeps, that he wants to see a small car parked in […]
by Jon Wolff The Free Venice Beachhead is the oldest newspaper published of, by, and for Venetians. It has reflected the complex Spirit of Venice for decades. The Beachhead has served as […]
SUBMIT…to the Beachhead.
So, You Want to Submit to the Free Venice Beachhead Here’s the Scoop: The Beachhead is always looking for new writers, artists, photographers, and fellow shit-disturbers. If you want to know what […]
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