NBC recently brought to light the Obama Administration's policy of conducting drone attacks on civilians "even if there is no intelligence indicating they are engaged in an active plot to attack the U.S." so long as "an informed, high-level" official thinks they're warranted. This is apparently ap ... More >>
David Rees is no stranger to paper. As a cartoonist for Rolling Stone and other publications, he won widespread acclaim (and criticism) for his politically charged "Get Your War On" strip, which visualized, in comic form, the intense spectrum emotions felt throughout the Bush years. He is also the s ... More >>
From the toxic right, a surprisingly healthy notion?
Drawn and nickled and dimed
Tom TomorrowIf it helps, Louis, imagine I look like this -- Tony O.Louis, At your suggestion, I'm meeting with SXSW's Rebecca Feferman Friday morning, and I look forward to it. Again, it was great to hang out with you in Toronto, which for me is the primary reason I go to AAN conventions -- ... More >>
Academia -- that's where all the money is, kids. Fast Company has some photos of the Julliard School's lavish new facilities at Alice Tully Hall. Cost: $325 million. Grady Sizemore nude, everybody! You won't catch us posting this, alas, as the Indians have put out an APB, saying the photos a ... More >>
the National Weather Service is promising 82 degrees and disappearing clouds--Broadway on Broadway - the casts from 20 Broadway shows will be performing live on Broadway between 43d and 47th, starting at 11:30. Michael McKean (Spinal Tap, an upcoming play) is hosting.--Brooklyn Book Festival ... More >>
Dancers from InSpirit beckon passers-by to enter a new store on Broadway near 13th Street. Labor Day, with its West Indian American Day Parade, was the high point of the week. The low point was, let's see... the rest of it. 9/11 was a popular topic. It was oddly related to a Twitter Festiv ... More >>
For a while there wasn't enough change in the sofa cushions for the Village Voice to pay cartoonist Tom Tomorrow, and he had to scrounge for work from his friends, like Eddie Vedder of Pearl Jam. Vedder just so happened to have a Pearl Jam album coming out and TT worked up a CD cover design ... More >>
Cartoonists team up with the literati in Brooklyn
We neglected to mention in our This Week in the Voice roundup that Tom Tomorrow -- a cartoonist favored by traitors and other fans of political entertainment -- is back in the paper. (We offered our own cartoon services, but were declined.) Tom will be running in the Voice till the money runs ... More >>
--Pearl Jam have put together an online scavenger hunt to promote upcoming album Backspacer. The band has placed nine images (designed by political cartoonist Tom Tomorrow) thoughout the internet (view one here). If you find all nine images, Eddie Vedder will play a private acoustic concert i ... More >>
In the words of Homer Simpson, this week's "This Modern World" by Tom Tomorrow is "funny because it's true."
This week's Tom Tomorrow is worth a look just for its exploration of American sartorial and hair styles throughout the decades. Though it's being reported today that GM is considering selling its Hummer division, Tomorrow's cartoon seems to suggest that such a move would be premature.
What do Hillary Clinton's campaign advisors really think about the uneducated rural white voters who are supporting her? Tom Tomorrow suggests an answer in this week's Voice.
Outsourcing and the sad little movement to stop it