“Oh yeah, he fed her to the homeless,” says Hank, who lives on East 5th Street. “A few days after it happened, before it hit the papers, while the rumors started spreading around the Village, the homeless in the park were going, ‘Yeah, Dan did give us soup yesterday.’ They were goofing on it but they were pretty much grossed out.”
Originally published October 10, 1989
“The truth of a time and place is, of course, always illusive; but no historian can tell the story of Miami in the last decade without acknowledging one gigantic fact of municipal life: cocaine.”
Originally published August 26, 1986
"Joey loved the Village as only those who move here from some other where can. He spoke of his Brooklyn home as someone else might speak of Ashtabula."
Originally published April 20, 1972
“A dark pouting model, Diane Delia was the apex of a love triangle at whose base were her accused killers Robert Ferrara and Robyn Arnold.”
Originally published October 5, 1982
“The intense public interest surrounding this case now extends beyond the early prurient reactions, beyond the photogenic face of Robert Chambers, beyond the upscale setting. The death of Jennifer Levin touched a nerve, particularly after the defense began trying to excuse it”
Originally published October 27, 1987
“Adam Berwid was the living converse of a Kesey nightmare: a criminally insane man whom the system was not reluctant, but anxious, to release.”
Originally published February 25, 1980
Dorothy Stratten was the focus of the dreams and ambitions of three men. One killed her.
Originally published November 5, 1980
. . . in which it is revealed that Timothy Leary and the psychedelic scene had some peculiar financial ties to one of America's richest families
Originally published August 22, 1974