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Alexander Cockburn’s $10,000 Arab connection

Village Voice staff writer Alexander Cockburn, a journalist noted for his media criticism and for his biting criticism of Israel, accepted $10,000 in 1982 as a fellowship from an organization promoting Arab causes.
A question of propriety
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  July 27, 2012

"Voice" critic J. Hoberman let go


The annual National Society of Film Critics meeting takes place this weekend, normally an occasion for our profession to feel better about itself. Maybe not...
By Peter Keough  |  January 05, 2012
A Farewell to the New York Press

A Farewell to the New York Press


Until last week's sad announcement that the New York Press was printing its final issue, I could never have imagined NY as a one alt-weekly...
By Chris Faraone  |  August 29, 2011
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Coney Island high

There are about 300 people here, it's 94 degrees, and Worcester's finest lo-fi frontman is singing about his cat beside a roller-coaster.
Dom take their act to NYC's Siren Festival
By CAMILLE DODERO  |  July 23, 2010
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Titus Andronicus | The Monitor

As if to allay any fears of a starchy Civil War concept album, Titus Andronicus frontman Patrick Stickles spends the first minute of The Monitor shouting out a series of cultural artifacts that postdate that conflict by, oh, about a hundred years: th
XL (2010)
By MIKAEL WOOD  |  March 19, 2010
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Is there 'hope' in Hollywood?

Buoyed by President Barack Obama's campaign slogan, many had hopes for change after his election.
Three controversial (and sure to be Oscar-nominated) films tackle race in the age of Obama
By PETER KEOUGH  |  January 29, 2010


Burrito, Carolyn Manno, Maura, MRTPQ, Pop Trash and WTF

Burrito, Carolyn Manno, Maura, MRTPQ, Pop Trash and WTF


Burrito, Carolyn Manno, Maura Johnston, MRTPQ, Pop Trash and both WTF Lines. Listen here! Put us on your iPod.
By Charlie  |  December 03, 2009
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NYC’s alternative crisis

These days, you can’t tell the players in New York’s suddenly volatile weekly-newspaper world without a scorecard.
The Voice gets a wake-up call as the Press takes a walk  
By MARK JURKOWITZ  |  February 16, 2006