The reporting in “Rudy’s Five Big Lies About 9/11” is so unassailable that even the National Review has to give it props.
Hate Us or Love Us is weekly look at the love and hate people are showing the Voice out there in that crazy series of tubes known as the Internets. Look for it every Friday. The indefatigable Bonnie Ruberg compiled this week’s look:
The Huffington Post lauds Wayne Barrett’s continued dedication to exposing Giuliani. Meanwhile, over at The National Review online, Ramesh Ponnuru wonders whether Barrett just has an ax to grind, but also calls the piece “pretty devastating” and says the reporting appears to be “pretty meticulous.”
Fleshbot, where “sex, porn, and the web collide,” gives the Voice props for covering “the wildly popular, but under-appreciated” world of cybersex in Click Me.
“An old media guy” reminisces about reading about Jimi Hendrix’s last chords in the Voice in 1969.
InsideSchools.org falls back on the Voice for the truth on a testing fiasco.
“Caption Objectivity” or not, Matthew Freeman responds to Alexis Soloski’s on nytheatre.com and the New York Fringe Festival.
Literanista digs the Voice’s article on “the media disparity” between two recently murdered girlfriends.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on August 24, 2007