Philip Carr-Gomm tracks life in the buff
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. April 10, 1969, Vol. XIV, No. 26 Only the Knicks Can Make Us Respectable Now by Joe Flaherty and Ross Wetzsteon After years of false pregnancies, the New York sporting crowd may at last father a legitimate champion. For a long time now ... More >>
tkTom is the one in black. Against Me! leader Tom Gabel is the sort of lyricist that can't stop himself from contemplating the folly of Robert McNamara's foreign policy decisions mid-song, and he's the sort of singer that can find a way to make the former Secretary of Defense's quirky name positive ... More >>
White Crosses revels in the suddenly anomalous thrills of power chords
You almost get the feeling from today's masterful obit in the Times of Robert McNamara, the Vietnam War architect who died Monday at 93, that he was so troubled by the tens of thousands of corpses that resulted from his many grievous mistakes that he paid for his sins. Reporter Tim Weiner eloquentl ... More >>
"He concluded well before leaving the Pentagon that the war was futile, but he did not share that insight with the public until late in life," says the Times of John Kennedy's and Lyndon Johnson's Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara, who died this morning at 93, and Vietnam. He was among the ... More >>
Who will lead Bush's defense team—Rudy Giuliani?
Two movies ask: Do the masses or the man make the difference in history?
Bomb, bomb Hanoi
Documentarian cuts the Abu Ghraib MPs some slack, while Harold and Kumar escape Gitmo
Journalists, under fire today by the Bush White House, have been the enemy before
'Not for inciting hatred, but for learning lessons from history'
What Robert Olen Butler has in common with the Democratic presidential candidate
Louder than a bomb: A '60s masterpiece of agitprop returns with a newfound relevance
The Other of Invention
Bill Murray's Star Vehicle, Gus Van Sant's Double Comeback, and the Year of the Documentary
Documentarian Errol Morris reconstructs the exdefense secretary's Vietnam story 'from inside his head'
Doomsday Visions and Ugly Americans at the Cannes Film Festival
Vietnam and Afghanistan Show why Limiting Press Access to War is Unpatriotic