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Village Voice Media Holdings on Thursday sued the review website Yelp over the use of the phrase "best of," which it has long used for its chain of alternative weeklies.
A sex-ad web site that has been generating a reported $30 million a year for Village Voice Media Holdings LLC will be the only holding left after managers of the group's 13 alternative weeklies buys the rest of the company, the two sides said on Sunday night.
NEW YORK, May 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Tonight's 57th Annual Village Voice Obie Awards will be presented by Eric McCormack , Grace Gummer , Hugh Dancy , Jonathan Pryce , Juliet Rylance , Justin Bartha , Leslie Odom Jr.
One highlight of the weekend was a panel convened to honor CORD Award recipient Deborah Jowitt, whose lucid dance criticism has graced the pages of The Village Voice for more than thirty years.
The Village Voice crowd, so vocal in support of the Brooklyn Museum's claim on the working man's taxes, embarrasses itself.
The Village Voice, operating in the middle ground between the insiders (the Eye) and the mainstream (the Times), was both timely and discriminating.
``Yuletide Glee with Sounds of Brass,'' featuring the Village Voices Chorale, will open at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza Forum Theatre.
Now in a book of essays, Buppies, B-Boys, Baps & Bohos: Notes on Post-Soul Black Culture, the Village Voice columnist writes compellingly on the black aesthetic metamorphosis from soul, funk and disco to hip-hop and New Jack Swing; from Shaft to Spike Lee; and from Berry Gordyto Russell Simmons.