Villagevoice.com, the Voice‘s website, makes its debut.
Stern Publishing launches OC Weekly, a weekly serving Orange County, California.
The Voice begins selling advertising nationally.
PJ Harvey’s To Bring You My Love was named best album and Coolio’s “Gangsta’s Paradise” was named best single in the Pazz & Jop Music Critic’s poll.
Felicity Huffman wins the Obie Award for best performance for her role in Cryptogram, Linda Lavin for Death Defying Acts and Camryn Manheim for Missing Persons.
James Ledbetter’s Press Clips column, “Up in Smoke,” which examined a banned ABC Turning Point documentary on the tobacco industry, is named one of the top 25 censored stories of 1995 by Project Censored.
The Village Voice mourns the passing of Geoffrey Stokes, a staff writer and critic for 17 years.
Kids, a Larry Clark film, hits theaters. It is a chilling tale of Manhattan youth that tackles sexual promiscuity, drugs, and AIDs.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on October 18, 2005