The Deathly Hallows (of Adulthood)
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Our tipsters continue to funnel us the best Scientology material at a rapid rate. May 9 was Dianetics Day -- 62 years since the day in 1950 when L. Ron Hubbard first published Scientology's Ur-text, Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health -- and already we have in our hot little hands the vid ... More >>
"If I could save one person from buying into the business that is Scientology, then it would be worth you writing my story." That's how actor Philip Boyd concluded an interview that I didn't even expect to happen. Let me back up: I'm in Southern California for a school visit, and with some free t ... More >>
At e-flux, a veteran political artist finally gets his first New York solo show
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. March 1, 1973, Vol. XVIII, No. 9 (And a new logo!) The Knapp Connection by Adam Walinsky On December 29, 1972, the Commission to Investigate Allegations of Police Corruption and the City's Anti-Corruption Procedures, popularly knows at ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. June 24, 1971, Vol. XVI, No. 25 U.S. v. N.Y. Times v. Zion v. Earth By Nat Hentoff As has been noted in the Washington Post, among other places, I printed the only pre-publication reference to the New York Times' story on the secret Pe ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. April 14, 1966, Vol. XI, No. 26 America in Vietnam: From Here to Nowhere By Michael Harrington As I write, the news is filled with reports on Buddhist demonstrations in Vietnam. Indeed, events are moving so fast that, by the time thi ... More >>
Building a case for a prosecution that likely won't happen
A violent tale of justice and injustice from America's uglier racial past
A former prisoner describes the foul essence of the Bush presidency
You'll need a memory like an elephant to remember Coney Island
Does England's greatest hangman really deserve cinematic rehabilitation?
Talking to Theater for a New Audience about restaging anti-Semitic classics
Money and the market: Two German artists on view in Chelsea
Wilder at heart: Cola versus communism in Cagney's good-natured Cold War comedy
Praise for the president's yielding to John McCain ignored the awful details in fine print
The late philosopher asks: if the whole world confesses, who's behind the screen?
Like the plague, the Bush administration strikes down Texas scientist
Right-winger condemns 'beast fornicators,' but loves his mule
Germany's first mainstream Hitler movie provides catharsis, if only for a German audience
At home, Bush, Warner, Lugar join the department of Rumsfeld defense
Senator Hillary becomes a 9-11 hero, centrist chameleon, and Iraq hawk
And the Press Thinks He's Nuts?
New Science Raises the Specter of a World Without Regret
An Organizer's Guide to Citizen Action
The Government Cannot Endorse Any or All Religions
Rash of Lawsuits Shows No One Trusts the Media
Technological Racism in Kosovo
Interventionist Liberals Sanction a Jingoistic War
Rudy plays race like a violin. Why won't white folks name that tune?
Detention of former Chilean Dictator Augusto Pinochet could signal a Latin American Nuremberg
A new book revisits shocking experiments on Pennsylvania prisoners