Month

July 2009

If Everybody Had An Ocean….

By Amy V. Dewhurst Summer is here, and with it an estimated 5 million tourists will visit our beach. What that means is more kooks at The Breakwater. If someone snakes your wave, you get a bad sunburn, or just can’t shake the sand from your bed “Pop Surf Culture” will remind you why you...

On the Boardwalk – The Lottery

By Ian Lovett “It’s all commercial fucking vendors.” That’s the first thing I hear as I approach the crowd outside the police station waiting for the lottery. At 8:10 am the place is packed—the majority crowded around the station itself, where they do the drawing for the I-Zone, the commercial vending area at the south...

Venice and the Eco-Fest: What a Day! What a Life!

By Eino Hill What a day. It started off bumpy, waking up to an oozing hangover and having to drop my girlfriend off at the airport hours before I wanted to be awake. But over the next few hours, my mind was about to be blown on several occasions. I’m not from Venice…yet. Every day...

Poetry

• Venice would be perfect – Jim Smith • Belle Lettres – Rebecca LaRue • Ode to Aung San Suu Kyi – Vessy Mink •  Today – Honeybee Henderson • I Would – Karl Abrams • In the Name of God (the Murder of Dr. Tiller) – David Rovics • the city itself – Stuart Perkoff • Just Outside Ralph’s...
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