Sorry, ladies: even though today is a great day to have a vagina in America, there are still politicians out there who want to control our girlparts -- even in New York.
One of those pols, recently nominated Manhattan lawyer Wendy Long, will face off against U.S. Sen Kirsten Gillibrand in November ... More >>
Village Voice legend Fred W. McDarrah took some of the most iconic photographs of the Beat Generation and the Sixties, helping to establish the Voice's look and feel. He passed away in 2007, but on Friday, September 30, a private showing of many of his images will be held in Connecticut to he ... More >>
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September 27, 1973, Vol. XVIII, No. 39
You've come a long way, Bobby
by Joe Flaherty
Not since the ghastly revelation that Bella Abzug employs a housekeeper has the women's movement suffered such a dark day as September 20, the date of ... More >>
A new Pew Forum study about religion informs us that many of us actually don't know what we're talking about in that arena, including many of us who actually purport to be religious. A range of religious and general questions were given to atheists/agnostics, Jews, Protestants, Catholics, and ... More >>
While we slog through our local races here in sleepy Gotham, the NY-23 Congressional election remains hilarious. Last weekend Republican candidate Dede Scozzafava "suspended" her campaign, in which she had come under merciless assault by supporters of Conservative Party nominee Doug Hoffman and was ... More >>