Friday, June 19, 2009

The Village Voice

If you are a Modern Bohemian (or think you could be) and you don't know about The Village Voice, then it's about time you do. It's a bit too "mainstream" anymore to be truly Bohemian, but it still has it's moments. (Some of you may remember it's mention in the musical RENT during La Vie Boheme.)

Here's what Wikipedia has to say about it:


The Village Voice is a free weekly newspaper in New York City, United States featuring investigative articles, analysis of current affairs and culture, arts reviews and events listings for New York City. It is also distributed throughout the United States on a pay basis.
It was the first and is arguably the best known of the arts-oriented tabloids that have come to be known as alternative weeklies, though its reputation has been unstable since a recent buyout by publishing conglomerate New Times Media. The turbulent times its writers have covered has often been matched by the intrigue in its own offices, most recently including the firing of several high-profile contributors and a scandal over a fabricated story in 2005, the year the paper turned 50.
The Voice's spirit can be captured in its 1980s advertising slogan: "Some people swear by us...other people swear AT us."

Check out The Village Voice today.