In this episode, hosts news editor Julia Terbeche and multimedia editor Lauren Berny sit down with a special guest, editor-in-chief Madalyn Amato, to talk about women’s issues, what it’s like being women in journalism, dating and our futures.
Off the Record is a podcast co-hosted by news editor Julia Terbeche and multimedia editor Lauren Berny where they give audiences a behind-the-scenes look into the journalism world.
Thanks to Southland Credit Union for sponsoring this episode of Beach Weekly! This week, News Editor Julia Terbeche discusses the 2020 election and gives the rundown of the results.
This week, News Editor Julia Terbeche talks about the history of Halloween and previews our latest photo story, featuring spookily decorated houses in Long Beach, as well as a Daily Forty-Niner-curated Halloween playlist. Special Projects Editor Peter Villafane discusses safe and socially distant ways to celebrate the holiday.
In this week’s special episode, News Editor Julia Terbeche discusses the Daily Forty-Niner’s second-ever OUTober issue and stories focused on the LGBTQ community, including violence against trans women and a feature on Hamburger Mary’s Bar and Grille. Arts and Life Editor Paris Barraza touches on the history of drag and ball culture, and Special Projects Editor Peter Villafane reads his letter from the editor as well as shares his experience as a transgender man.
Beach Weekly is back for the fall 2020 semester with a new staff bringing you all-things CSULB.
In this final Beach Weekly special, host Manny Valladares sits down with Mark Lindahl, Ralston Dacanay, Robert Hollar, Teran Rodriguez, Cain Hernandez, and Ramon Alvarado to talk Long Beach State sports this year. Each writer also talks about what LBSU story they loved covering the most.
In this two-part series, host Julia Terbeche sits downs with editors Madalyn Amato, Perry Continente, Paula Kiley and assistant editor Paris Barraza to talk about their favorite stories of this academic year.
Hosts Hannah Getahun and Perry Continente discuss the closure of Club Ripples, Long Beach’s first gay dance club, and how it served as a safe space for the LGBTQ+ community for 47 years. The club had its last hurrah this year before it shut it’s doors to the public Nov. 31.
Thank you to Lakey Inspired for the use of his song Me 2 (Feat. Julian Avila). Check out this song and his others at: @lakeyinspired
As part of the Carpenter Center’s Wit and Wisdom series, the “Radiolab” co-host will be bringing to CSULB students his one-man show, “The Miracle of Indoor Plumbing,” on Nov. 16.