A new law opens the door to a more just criminal justice
The Boston Consulting Group's $10 million evaluation of the New York City Housing Authority's central office and infrastructure has all the makings of some good old chunky scandal-soup:1) The chairman of an already cash-strapped NYCHA signs off on a $10 million contract with a private consulting fir ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. February 22, 1968, Vol. XIII, No. 19 Scenes by Howard Smith NEW YORK's golden ears came out ringing from the Saturday evening performances of Janis Joplin at the Anderson Theatre on Second Avenue. The two shows were the East Coast prem ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. August 11, 1966, Vol. XI, No. 43 Lenny at the Bar By Allen G. Schwartz We had been talking almost an hour, person-to-person, New York to Los Angeles, prime time. He was suing the District Attorney -- again. "I've been studying 10 hou ... More >>
Inmate Patrick Miller didn't beat the system. It beat him.
Visiting a loved one in Rikers? Good luck.
What happened when the persistent pickpocket met the hanging Queens judge
Rikers officers encourage gang violence: surprising testimony and the stats to back it up
Bloomberg Plan Sends Prostitutes Cycling From City Jails to Local Corners
After Neighborhood Turnaround, HUD Seeks to Cash Out
Dem District Leader Secretly Tapes SRO Tenant
Sick Cops Claim the Department is Dodging the Law to Deny Them Benefits
Probable Cause and a Poets Problems