Let’s all talk about the new film “Women Talking” by Sarah Polly. The power of this film is not just in hearing women talking; but it’s women listening to one another. Listening, […]
Dribbling his way through the Arts to the Ashram: the fortuitous, circuitous journey of Venice’s own Stephen Longfellow Fiske!
By Enyaj Pitchford Gentrification has stolen yet another great Venetian from our hood. Stephen L. Fiske, who lived with his wife and raised three children in the heart of the ghost town, […]
When one gets to enter the doors of Regina Barton, one is transported into a cultural history of Venice, that revels in art, politics, music and poetry. This woman has been in […]
It was the local skate and surf culture that first inspired Tonan Ruiz to do art. He was so much a part of the skateboard culture that he took part in […]
With filmmaker Stan Mitchel…interview by Enyaj Pitchford In my last article, I focused on the social conditions that led to what was called “The War” by locals, and the dissemination of the […]
By Enyaj Pitchford I sat down to have a chat with Stan Mitchell, creator of the award winning Venice America film. I was delighted to find Stan to be a great historian […]