Sunday in the Park by Georges Seurat Despite reports dripping with sarcasm (or maybe it was saliva) in the New York Post and other blue-blood rags about demonstrators at the Occupy Wall Street encampment feasting on gourmet vittles, my visit there this afternoon proved otherwise.
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. January 18, 1973, Vol. XVIII, No. 3 The commies at Watergate? by Judith Miller WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The major problem with the Watergate trial is that the prosecution has not gotten to the bottom of the sordid affair, because it has ref ... More >>
This week's New Yorker explores the FBI files of Leonard Bernstein, which is much like previous FOIL examinations of such celebrities, but has some hilarious details about the Nixon Administration's concern with Bernsetin's hallucinogenic Mass, which opened the Kennedy Center in D.C. in 1971. ... More >>
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