The Fall 2021 print edition of the Voice is hitting NYC streets over the next two weeks, and we’ve created this handy map to help you find drop-off locations in your area. Inside, you’ll find personal accounts of the 9/11 attacks 20 years ago, and the fallout we’re still living with today, by such Voice writers as Alisa Solomon, Ross Barkan, R.C. Baker, and Eileen Markey.
Peter Noel is keeping an eye on the government’s possible return to the bad old days of COINTELPRO going after progressives through surveillance and dirty tricks, this time aimed at the Black Lives Matter movement. And longtime Voice cartoonist Ward Sutton returns to the pages of the paper with a hilarious (if alarming) take on MAGAdom’s truest believers.
On the cultural side, Katherine Turman checks in with rock ’n’ roll photographer extraordinaire Bob Gruen, Susan L. Hornik remembers the Nuyorican Poets Cafe’s Miguel Algarín, and Michael Musto gives the lowdown on Broadway’s upcoming season.
Plus, in Jockbeat, we are shocked — SHOCKED — to discover that gambling is going on in major league sports.
Pick up your copy today for these stories and more in the latest issue of the Village Voice. ❖