On the eve of L. Ron Hubbard's 101st birthday, we have a story which brings together several themes we've been dealing with here lately -- Scientology's alleged abuses, its "secular" front groups, and its attempts to promote the reputation of its founder.
In February, I noticed an interesting blog ... More >>
This week in the Voice, out today: Graham Rayman revisits the NYPD tapes, detailing a report corroborating whistleblower Adrian Schoolcraft's complaints about police misconduct: "In other words, at the same time that police officials were attacking Schoolcraft's credibility, refusing to pay him, and ... More >>
Jesse Cohen and Eric Emm of Tanlines. Giving the Best Local Music Twitter award in our Best of NYC issue to @tanlines was pretty much a no-brainer. The account, which is run by the duo's Jesse Cohen, is heavy on the wry observational humor and light on the "come see our band" or "here's someb ... More >>
As we approach the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square uprising, China is apparently blocking Twitter -- and maybe also "Blogger, Flickr... Livejournal, Tumblr, the Huffington Post and Microsoft's Live.com, Hotmail, its MSN Space blog tool and its new search engine Bing," says Fox News. Whew -- ... More >>
Comics come out on Wednesday, and so does Richard Gehr's Pulp Fictions.
Jeff Lint's 'The Caterer'
Floating World Comics
The Recently Deflowered Girl
Monster Men Bureiko Lullaby
During the mid-1970s, Jeff Lint - a fictional author created by ... More >>