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Congratulations are in order for longtime Voice columnist Nat Hentoff, who was honored yesterday as one of the 100 outstanding journalists of the last 100 years by New York University's Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute.Hentoff's column has appeared in the Voice for more than 50 years. Unlike ma ... More >>
"Moon River" by the river? Maybe not. An online petition is asking people to boycott the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy's August 11 Syfy Movies With A View showing of the 1961 classic Breakfast at Tiffany's, the Brooklyn Paper reports. Calling the film "horribly offensive" in the petition, ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. July 27, 1972, Vol. XVII, No. 30 Oh, the dazzle of it all By Patrick Carr The Stones were magnificent. Everybody thought so. Thank Christ. Report on the Stones ploughing their own multi-multi-million dollar Suez Canal of rock 'n' roll, ... More >>
Bourdain, without cat hair.Earlier today, the Guardian held a live chat with Anthony Bourdain on its website. Numerous members of the British populace clamored to ask him questions. Among them was Paul Levy, a writer who is best known for inflicting the word "foodie" upon the world as the co- ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. October 24, 1968, Vol. XIV, No. 2 Films by Andrew Sarris Norman Mailer's "BEYOND THE LAW" (at the Art) represents an infinite improvement over "Wild 90," Mailer's maiden effort in cinematographic expression. "Beyond the Law" is at lea ... More >>
Photographer Irving Penn died yesterday in Manhattan at the age of 92. He shot everything but was best known for his stately but expressive black and white portraits, such as these of a vulpine John Osbourne and Truman Capote as a tired executive, the burnished effects of which required much ... More >>
Dr. Conrad MurrayJust ten days before Michael Jackson's death, Dr. Conrad Murray sent a letter to patients in his clinics in Houston and Las Vegas, telling them he was leaving his practices to serve as personal physician for Michael Jackson on his 50-date This Is It London run, calling it "a ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. November 8, 1962, Vol. VIII, No. 3 Who's Afraid of the New Yorker Now? By Seymour Krim There used to be a time, let me tell the younger generation, when the New Yorker had sting, when its latest short story was discussed all over town, when ... More >>
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