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Inside the TEDx Conference: A Speaker’s Perspective
By Brad Kay Sunday, February 22, the former Laddie Dill art studio at Palms and Electric Avenue in Venice was transformed into a swanky TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) venue, with a […]
Net Neutrality Update: We Won!
By Anthony Castillo In January the Beachhead ran my article on Net Neutrality and the non role Google was taking in the fight to stop the corporate takeover of the internet. On Thursday, […]
Total Media Blackout
By Mark Lipman It’s no surprise, trawling through the media on the 22nd of May, to find that not a single mention was made about the passage of Proposition C on the […]
Chain Envelops Independent Newspaper
No it’s not an April Fools Day joke. The 40-year-old independent newspaper, the Marina del Rey Argonaut, has been sold to a newspaper chain, Southland Publishing, Incorporated. The Argonaut was founded by […]
The Beachhead Hits 43
By Jim Smith One of the many distinctions Venice holds is that of being the only city in North America with a progressive newspaper run by an all-volunteer collective. Even back in […]
L.A. Times Distorts Homeless/RV Issues – Again
By Peggy Lee Kennedy The Los Angeles Times ran a story dated May 27 by Martha Groves with a picture of a group of RVs parked on 7th Street in Venice. Except […]
March 2008 – The Fellowship Of The Beachhead – Or How I Got To Be In Charge For A Change
By Lynne Bronstein For the last 30 years or so, women have been learning to assert themselves and how to delegate authority without aping the worst traits of authoritative males. Does assertiveness […]
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