A lot's been said over the last couple of days about Lou Reed, his body of work, the city he embodied. What hasn't been written about all that much is the strange side streets Lou sometimes took during his career. Let's visit a few of those. See also: The Voice's 1967 Review of Velvet Underground' ... More >>
Isn't it necromantic?
It's common knowledge that kicking a capital-H Habit isn't the most pleasant experience, to say the least. But what if there were a cure for drug addiction out there that only comes with one side effect, that of intense hallucinations? For this week's Village Voice cover story, join Keegan Ha ... More >>
Keith WagstaffSake consumption fosters a certain bond.This is not a normal wine tasting, suited older men smiling near dump buckets, quiet murmurs as people swirl their wine glasses around. It's the Saturday night after Tax Day and bespectacled Michael Daves is playing the hell out of his gui ... More >>
Penn Jillette, the verbal, boisterous half of the duo Penn & Teller, talked with the Voice about “Penn Says,” his new stream of consciousness video commentary project on Crackle.com, why Hillary Clinton reminds him of Jerry Lee Lewis, and why he'd like to see Mayor Mike Bloomberg “inject some ... More >>
X-treme Performance Art Moves From the Margin to the Mainstream