I talked about it as a guest at Molly Equality Dykeman's show at the Laurie Beachman.
Molly (the zany yet slightly dazed comic creation of Andrea Alton) is a lesbian traffic guard slash poet who I feel is the new Emily Dykenson, or perhaps a nouveau Vadge-inia Woolf.
And she gamely gave me the gre ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives.
January 27, 1972, Vol. XVII, No. 4
By Howard Smith & Sally Helgesen
PLASTER CASTS of Leonard Nimoy's head crowded one display table. Life-sized posters of William Shatner striking various heroic poses covered the walls. The air ... More >>
lassonyc/flickrPizza makes every hour happy.What good is a happy hour if your stomach isn't sufficiently lined for you to truly get your money's worth? L'Asso has you covered from Monday to Thursday with a 4-7 p.m. happy hour special of two slices of pizza margherita plus one glass of house r ... More >>
Oh boy, the new Star Trek movie is here! Can we just go to the theater and forget about mundane crap like politics? Fat chance. This is 2009, baby -- everything is politics.
Newsweek started the ball rolling by announcing, "Spock's cool, analytical nature feels more fascinating and topical than e ... More >>
I haven't seen the new Star Trek movie, partly because I could give two shits about it and also because I wasn't invited to a screening. But I've seen images of the two stars, Chris Pine, who plays Kirk, and Zachary Quinto, who's Spock, and I have to say that while they're super cute--and you can ... More >>