The kid was reportedly "shaking, growling, and foaming at the mouth."
That led to him smashing his head against the ground.
Two hours later, he was dead.
No, it's not a scene from American Horror Story.
It was a real-life occurrence in Grand Forks, North Dakota--and if you love irony, the drug t ... More >>
Sirius OutQ's Frank DeCaro and Doria Biddle made it to "the Dinah," the heavily-lesbianed event in Palm Spings this past weekend.
And they generously sent me photos of the celesbian action, especially at a saphically feisty dodgeball event which proved that no one knows how to dodge balls better th ... More >>
She's working on it!
I found that out in Maer Roshan's book Courtney Comes Clean: The High Life and Dark Depths of Music's Most Controversial Icon, a breezily arresting read full of snappy dialogue between himself and the woman he found both "exhilarating and exhausting."
Among the dizzying highli ... More >>
In the history of contemporary gossip, New York City's reputation for having the sharpest, most steely-nerved power players breaking news nobody else would--or could--touch was unprecedented. But something's happened over the last few years where New York's most powerful characters -- and the ... More >>
Adios Carlos D! Photo by Lee Gwyn.In this week's Voice, we present our fall arts guide: Mikael Wood on the return of Interpol, sans Carlos D; Angela Ashman goes shopping with Karen O's style guru, Christian Joy; Aaron Hillis interviews director Oliver Stone; James Hannaham talks to author Mat ... More >>
Carrie SchechterIf you think I could possibly resist using this cover, you're wrong
In this week's Village Voice, Rob Harvilla interview Laurie Anderson, Francis Davis visits the Murray Hill apartment of jazz vocalist Theo Bleckmann, Richard Gehr basks in the sheer urgency of the polarizing 'Syr ... More >>