The Voice's Most-Viewed Stories of 2008
The eyeballs have spoken. With just a few days left in 2008, we offer the list of our 10 most-viewed stories of the year.
The playwright explained why he gave up on "National Palestinian Radio" and embraced the writings of Thomas Sowell and Milton Friedman.
Musto proved to the world that a gossip columnist can be a model citizen.
Roy Edroso's heroic exploration of the land that time should have forgotten.
The mogul's office trash was sitting on the street, so we took a peek.
Larry Wollersheim spent more than 16 years trying to get the money Scientology owed him after he successfully proved in court that L. Ron Hubbard's cabal had harmed him with its "tech."
Robert Sietsema versus the TV show? No contest.
Wayne Barrett uncorked the big guns and aimed at Alaska.
Scott Foundas answered the question "What does Batman have to do with the Bush administration?" before it was even asked.
Sean Gardiner's heartbreaking saga of a case in which the cops also went missing, with tragic results.
Robert Wilonsky explained how a robot can be cuddly.
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