Breaking news that will be of interest to Scientology watchers: just this afternoon, Jason Beghe's lawyer notified church attorneys Gary Soter and Kendrick Moxon in a letter that the actor is accepting their offer to settle a lawsuit for $19,000.
After the jump, we have that letter for you.
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By now, you have probably heard about proposals to redesign the Prospect Park loop, which were discussed at a public meeting last night.
You see, the Prospect Park Road Sharing Taskforce has been seriously considering changes after several recent accidents left two with severe brain injuries.
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Carol Wood has been hit by cars while riding her bike.
"When it happens, you really don't know what to do. There simply is no information out there from the City," the Midtown resident told Runnin' Scared.
So Wood, who just got a master's degree in journalism, decided to write her thesis on car a ... More >>
A New York Civil Court has decided today that Abraham Soldaner is responsible for the 2008 death of cyclist Rasha Shamoon.
Shamoon was killed on the corner of Delancey and Bowery on Aug. 5, 2008. More than 20 witnesses called 911 to report the accident, but cops didn't interview anyone, according t ... More >>
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly is under criticism from transportation advocates for failing to hold accountable reckless drivers who kill people.
"They [police] are simply not taking that job seriously," says Paul Steely White, executive director of the group, Transportation Alternatives. "Their ca ... More >>
Did you bike or walk across the Brooklyn, Manhattan, or Williamsburg Bridge today? Did you see guys, or gals, in yellow vests, stationed there to prevent pedestrians and cyclists from encroaching upon each others' territory, possibly wounding, or simply being rude to one another? If you didn' ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives.
December 24, 1970, Vol. XV, No. 52
Films in Focus
By Andrew Sarris
"BREWSTER McCLOUD" wings it in more ways than one as it takes off on such wildly varied satiric targets as Spiro Agnew, Steve McQueen's mod detective in "Bullitt," the ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archivesJune 4, 1964, Vol. IX, No. 33Whites Cheer Malcolm X For Blasts at WhitesBy Susan Goodman"It doesn't make me sad at all, if it does exist." This statement came from Malcolm X on the alleged band of karate-trained "blood brothers" reportedly killin ... More >>