Gov. Cuomo's plan to give tax breaks to startups on college campuses faces high costs, uncertain outcomes
The word "Brooklyn" conjures up images of all types of illy shitgold fronts (not grills), bubble coats, designer "wears," dreads smoking bud like it was legal. Newcomers Flatbush Zombies managed to incorporate all of the aforementioned BK traits into their music and its accompanying visuals w ... More >>
New York City is cutting another massive check today: an ex-inmate who was wrongly imprisoned for 20 years and was finally cleared through DNA testing has won an $18 million judgment against the city after police misplaced the exonerating evidence for more than a decade.
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. March 26, 1970, Vol. XV, No. 13 The Ladies' Invasion Of Man's Home Journal by Minda Bikman "How do I know you're serious?" More than 100 women were sitting-in at the offices of the Ladies Home Journal, and John Mack Carter, editor and ... More >>
Can I start with the final straw and work my way backwards? While I was away on vacation last week, Al Sharpton, one of the worst tax scofflaws in New York, endorsed Eric Schneiderman for the state's top law enforcement office. No big deal. Any one of the four other Democrats running for att ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. June 13, 1968, Vol. XIII, No. 35 Two Minutes to Midnight: The Very Last Hurrah by Pete Hamill LOS ANGELES -- It was, of course, two minutes to midnight an the Embassy Room of the Ambassador Hotel was rowdy with triumph. Red and blue ba ... More >>
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