The longtime Voice critic was erudite, witty, biting, and committed to informing readers about all things—good or bad—on the boards.
November 22, 2022
What if you love art AND baseball? In the Eighties, Voice critic Peter Schjeldahl had the answer—and what other paper would’ve published it?
October 22, 2022
Politics, war, mad music, hot books, and general lunacy—we've got it covered.
September 1, 2022
These e-Editions of the relaunched Voice print issues won't rub off on your fingers.
August 30, 2022
From our ‘Voice Lore’ print section: Though outnumbered five to one, women staffers stood tall at the Voice
March 4, 2022
Funk, jazz, rap, painting, literature, sci-fi, race, film, history—the extraordinary writer could explicate and elevate any subject under the sun.
December 13, 2021
Twenty years ago the Voice and New York City lost J.A. Lobbia, a reporter who feared only that she wasn’t doing enough.
November 25, 2021
“When you strip down the revolutionary rhetoric coming from Congress, it isn’t hard to see what a dangerous game the GOP is playing.”
February 16, 2021
As New Yorkers, we reflect so much that is best about this great democracy
December 23, 2020
Every week LD would crank out a full-page compendium of whatever was happening
Originally published December 16, 2020