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  • 10 years ago

    This story was originally published December 5, 1995. I saw Hugh Steers yesterday on lower Broadway, caught sight of him from behind, with the collar of his black leather jacket turned up against the first real cold of the season, a bit of his unr...

  • 10 years ago

    June 22, 1982 They set great store by their gardens...their studie and deligence cometh not onely of pleasure, but also of a certain strife –Sir Thomas More The brands of heroin most actively hawked Wednesday afternoon, June 9, 1982, on 3rd S...

  • 13 years ago

    "Voice, may I help you?" For 25 years callers to The Village Voice were greeted with those words, spoken scores of times daily by a woman whose soft voice still carried in it faint traces of a girlhood spent in the South. Five rote syllables can h...

  • 15 years ago

    It is a little-appreciated fact about New York that, regardless of how wild a spot you manage to find here, no matter how untrammeled a path or trail, independent of which adaptable fellow creature (fox, raccoon, whitetail deer) you may encounter ...

  • 15 years ago

    Her thighs are the size of Smithfield hams. Her biceps, when flexed, would make strong men quail. Her buttocks are so powerfully pneumatic that they put you in mind of Paul Bunyan's mighty ox, Babe, which is probably appropriate because it's no st...

  • 16 years ago

    'I saw this show,’ the man with the devil horns is saying, ‘by this French guy, Olivier Rebufa. He makes these, like, self-portraits playing with Barbie.’ ‘Barbie the doll?’ asks the woman wearing plastic angel wings on he...