Ever since the announcement of his game-changing arrangement with Samsung Electronics, most of the conversation about Jay-Z's forthcoming studio album, Magna Carta Holy Grail has revolved around the nature of the deal, not the coming music. Even as the project (out officially tomorrow) is being roll ... More >>
Superheroes take on pro hockey players
The Rangers take on the Islanders
Rolling down from "The Deep"
An Islanders arena campaign ad tries to warn of the consequences of a "no" vote, by using actual footage of the team's defense dissolving.Today's Daily News features an editorial on next Monday's New York Islanders arena vote, which is notable for a couple of reasons: One, it's a rare acknowl ... More >>
Mötley Crüe w/Poison, New York Dolls Nassau Coliseum Wednesday, July 20 Better than: Attending an 18-year high school reunion with a cash bar, albeit one mitigated by the DJ having a music library nearly identical to yours back in the day. An extremely partial list of pop-cultural event ... More >>
The heartwarming and Photoshop-ready picture of a Vancouver pair making out during last night's post-Stanley Cup riots in Canada took over the world (and especially the internet) today. To hear him tell it, the photograph, by Getty Images stringer Rich Lam, was pure luck. "I was trying not to ... More >>
The Rangers take on the Islanders
Pride Week's a fun time to rightblogger-watch, because rightbloggers just don't know what to do about the gays. They must know straight America is losing its antipathy toward gay people -- Hell, even TGI Fridays is down with Pride. And some insist that the gay-hating stuff is behind them, too. Bu ... More >>
Can't the president catch a goddamn break these days? All the man wanted to do was enjoy a burger, maybe a hot dog with some extra salt, on this sunny holiday weekend, but some thuggish types from the Nation of Islam had to engage in aa sort of "stand-off" outside. On the opposing end? None o ... More >>
If only every day's news could start out like this. Why is the universe obsessed right now with a misspelling of our neighbors to the north, swashbuckling scalawags, and the Prince of Nottingham Forest?
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. April 11, 1968, Vol. XIII, No. 26 A Happy Wake Ends in Tears by Michael C. D. Macdonald I was in Madison Square Garden at the Stanley Cup Playoffs when I first heard the news. With the Rangers comfortably ahead, 2-0, I turned on my tra ... More >>
The hockey season is underway, which is bad news for Islanders fans in two ways. First off, they have to watch the Islanders for another year. Second, Saturday's season opener marked owner Charles Wang's self-proclaimed deadline for final approval of his gazillion-dollar Lighthouse developmen ... More >>
Robert De Niro isn't too broken up over the closing of Ago, especially now that a new Andrew Carmellini-cheffed restaurant has opened up in its place. Locanda Verde will feature affordable rustic Italian dishes like gigantoni with shrimp meatballs, gabagool with broccoli rabe bread, and fire-roasted ... More >>
Wait, the New York Rangers are actually winning
Everyone knows who won the NHLs labor dispute. But who won last year's Stanley Cup?
Reagan leaves the building. He put a smiley face on cruelty, but at least he chose mammon over god.
A Guide to Thrift Shop Furniture
Memo to NHL: Change the Rules
They Call Me Bruce
This Hockey Season's Top Playoff Pugilists
The Populist Tradition of the Stanley Cup
High-Profile Athletes Toss Their Jocks, and Sports Bras, Into the Political Ring
They May Win the Cup, but Their Ways Leave Them Stuck In the Mud
The Longest-Running, and Most Predictable, Show in New York
Gretzky Fakes Out the Public in Pain Relief Power Play
The NHL'S Tame, Lame Second Season
In Which The Rangers Contemplate Whether They Are Better With Or Without The Graying Great One
But should The Rangers GM be removed?
The Seventh Annual Village Voice Sportswriters Poll
The changes in the game that are turning it to slush
Will the Broadway Blueshirts head uptown or down?