Linda Lavin doing a nightclub act? Well, that's how she started, as the multiple award winner reminded the audience at 54 Below last night. "I started in clubs," said Lavin, "all of which had the name Downstairs in them. 'Nobody ever came, so you could fail all night long."
The novelist dedicates his new book to Kurt Vonnegut
space.com graphicIf you're out early tomorrow morning and look at the sky in the direction of the ocean, you may see the Discovery space shuttle fly by on its way to meet up with the International Space Station in orbit. Tomorrow's launch, one of only five to take place during morning twiligh ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesMarch 1, 1962, Vol. VII, No. 19Rocket to the MoonBy Jerry TallmerThe most extraordinary piece of writing in many months, and I mean this, occurred in the New York Times of last Sunday, five days ago, February 25, 1962. It was on the editorial pag ... More >>
Sporting a fresh Florida tan, scandal-scarred labor big Brian McLaughlin was in federal court this morning to ask for more time to sift through evidence gathered during the government's years-long investigation of him. McLaughlin, the former Queens assemblyman who doubled as powerful president ... More >>
After years of neglect from the mainstream, queer lit undergoes a renaissance
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Flight maps the gap between Lindbergh's celebrity status and his haunted inner space