In this week's Village Voice, which you'll find in beat up, plastic red boxes across the city right. fucking. now.:
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Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives.
January 16, 1969, Vol. XIV, No. 14
More Irrelevant Than Irreverent
by Pete Hamill
The tv cameras had departed, the reporters were gone, and in the fourth-floor offices of the Saturday Evening Post at 541 Lexington Avenue, there wasn't ... More >>
Sharing a special moment with Larry King.Cheers to 64 years of life for the most famous rich man in New York City. Donald Trump, the property giant, socialite, outspoken Apprentice host, and rich rich dude, celebrates 64 years of life today. His nickname, The Donald, conjures images of his ag ... More >>
Click to enlarge and see the ridiculousness in a bigger size. New Yorkers should want for nothing, and when we do, we kvetch about it, and then go get it, because that's what New Yorkers do. We shouldn't look desperate, preening, pathetic, or in-need. It just doesn't seem to fit the spirit of ... More >>
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