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Cinema: Crowdfunding With Confidence

As the founder of a non-profit arts organization, The Valley Film Festival, fundraising is always on my mind. I first heard of crowdfunding at Sundance, many years ago, and while I’ve supported several projects (on various platforms) never really considered it for the festival. 288 more words


Dropping in at Tía Chucha's

One of the blogs I try to check in with on a regular basis is I Am San Fernando, which covers the East San Fernando Valley. 253 more words


The Opposite Of Spoiled by Ron Lieber

Ron Lieber takes a potentially tough topic and turns it into an important conversation.

From Wendy Mogel , author of The Blessing Of A Skinned Knee… 61 more words


Dozens turn out to audition for The Valley

MIAMI TOWNSHIP, Ohio (WDTN) — Dozens of hopefuls packed the Dayton Mall to audition for the second season of The Valley.

More than 70 folks with “something to prove” showed up for a dose of reality. 197 more words


Retail Real Estate Stocks Scares Me

The real title of this post is “Is the market under-pricing technology obsolescence risk?”. Which is probably the most boring title I have ever written. So I went with the flashier title you see, because I think I am on to something worth pursuing here. 847 more words

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Early Morning Reading - The Valley by John Renehan

I’ve started the morning by reading a novel set in Afghanistan during our war, THE VALLEY by John Renehan.  The protagonist, Lt. Black, has been sent to a remote, dangerous combat outpost in the Nuristan mountains to investigate a 15-6, the army regulation for investigating misconduct by a military unit.   82 more words