"They found me guilty as an accomplice to murder and a co-conspirator for felony murder and robbery, which they had no proof of whatsoever." Max B is talking on the phone from Bergen County Prison in New Jersey, where he's serving out a 40-year sentence for these charges. The offenses relate to an ... More >>
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Saturday, April 2
Better Than: Thinking about how you couldn't afford LCD tickets.
It's hard to act like a rock star when you're hunched over a pile of hardware that's sitting on a table. But if you want to milk the maximum effect out of th ... More >>
5.9 million people filled out March Madness brackets on ESPN.com this year, and astoundingly only 2 of them picked the Final Four correctly. Of these two, one of their identities has yet to be revealed (probably because he's an octopus). WNYC reports that the other clairvoyant sports fan is J ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives.
February 24, 1966, Vol. XI, No. 19
Larger than Life, Less than Human
By Marlene Nadle
This is the age of pop sex. Of two dimensional relationships played out by comic strip people with comic strip emotions. Of sex that is larger than ... More >>
Eric Naposki was a star University of Connecticut linebacker who went on to play for the New England Patriots in the 1980s, then the WLAF's Barcelona Dragons in the 1990s. Around the time he got too old to play, he apparently hooked up with Nanette Ann Johnston, who had been seeing a well-off medica ... More >>
Knowing that our friend, Morning Joe's Willie Geist--"The Oracle of MSNBC"--is a big sports fan, we thought we'd check in with him about the NCAA's Final Four. Willie has fielded some questions from us before, so we're pleased he had time--between Indian-wrestling matches with co-host Mike Barnicle- ... More >>
[HARKAVY is now blogging at The Smart Asset]Your Monday New York headlines...Times catching up on the Rikers Fight Club story that the Voice's Graham Rayman has been reporting for nearly two years.More AIG drama: Bailout money went to foreign firms and other big banks that AIG owed in derivative gam ... More >>