New York city and state officials are close to finalizing a deal with Major League Soccer that would allow the league owners build a $300 million soccer-specific stadium and complex in Flushing Meadows, Queens, the New York Post reports. The complex would sit on nine acres located near Citi Field ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. September 27, 1973, Vol. XVIII, No. 39 You've come a long way, Bobby by Joe Flaherty Not since the ghastly revelation that Bella Abzug employs a housekeeper has the women's movement suffered such a dark day as September 20, the date of ... More >>
And proud of it
Strapped for cash, the city turns to its traditional wellsprings of vitality. No, not the grit and determination of its people -- rich people who want their names on things. The New York Post has a preliminary list of seven city sites for which naming rights will be offered for sale. Thankfully, not ... More >>
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