Tuesday night, we were invited to play a small part in Kate Bornstein's book party at the experimental theater Dixon Place, to celebrate the release of her memoir, A Queer and Pleasant Danger.
Earlier that day, our cover story about Kate had popped up on the website, and the print version of this ... More >>
Hooray and huzzah, the Pazz & Jop poll, calculated from the ballots of 700 critics around the globe, is up and running and ready for your perusal. Congratulations to Merrill Garbus of tUnE-yArDs, whose w h o k i l l walked away with the albums poll; and Adele, whose inescapable yet compelling even o ... More >>
Rugged Maniacs mud race: Brooklyn, NY 2011 from Village Voice Media on Vimeo. The Village Voice's art director John Dixon, who regularly kills it with his covers, is a man of many talents. The video above is of a 5K "adventure race and music festival" called Rugged Maniac that took place in Floyd Be ... More >>
This really felt like a breakout year at the Voice, with our big NYPD investigative series, the Runnin' Scared, Sound of the City, and Fork in the Road blogs blowing up, and, um, you know, we're still in print and stuff.
Can you guess which Voice story made the biggest splash this year? Befo ... More >>
We're still tallying which of our 2010 stories were most popular with readers, but in the meantime, we asked art director John Dixon to choose his 10 favorite Village Voice covers of the year. Here they are, in reverse order -- Ed.
10. The Guido Ideal, June 23. Says Dixon: "Shooting the Jers ... More >>
Have you heard? Today is our 55th Birthday! YAYYYYYYYYYYYYY! As such, we've made a list of things you can buy us for it. After all, you know how much all of this costs you, the reader? Nothing. So you've obviously got the extra scratch lying around. Without further ado, here is what you should ge ... More >>