By Jon Wolff The following is from conversations with Venice Activist Laddie Williams, Venice Elder Jataun Valentine, and Dr. Naomi Nightingale about the recent staff report from the Office of Historical Resources […]
THE FIGHT FOR THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF VENICE RAGES ON -conversations with Venice Activist Laddie Williams, Venice Elder Jataun Valentine, and Dr. Naomi Nightingale
By John Okulick I did attend. I had only two minutes to read a list of questions that I would like answers to, as a CPRA request. After several attempts to get […]
By Lisa Robins In the August issue of the Beachhead I laid out what I perceived to be the central problem in housing our homeless population: “Everyone wants to help the homeless….but […]
Monday December 31, at Beyond Baroque. Times-ish: 7pm Socialist Hour Mingle, Tingle, Lobby 8pm Poets and Singers 9:40 awards/blessings 10:00-1 The Beachheaders We have added some performers since the December issue was […]
The following is from a recent conversation with Dr. Naomi Nightingale about the hearing before the Department of City Planning’s Office of Historic Resources to apply for historic monument designation for the First Baptist Church of Venice.
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A bitcoin in the hand, is worth whatever it will bring. Bitcoin mining is energy intensive. Finally humanity has found something that is even less of a no brainer than real estate, […]
By Bill Mohr Frank T. Rios, a poet who joined the Venice West poetry scene in the late 1950s and remained one of its most loyal advocates, died early this morning, at […]
By Pegarty Long – Photos by Pegarty Long I first saw Frankie in 1974. Not that I actually spoke with him at that time because he was lying back on a chair, […]
Councilman Mike Bonin’s tokenism and community evasion shenanigans reach a new low.