Posted October 20, 2017 at 5:11 am
The Village Voice news boxes have seemingly disappeared from the city streets. So swift was the apparent removal, you may not have even noticed. The disappearance comes roughly two months after the weekly publication announced that its print edition would cease to exist. Indeed, the final physical issue ran on September 20, with Bob Dylan […]
Posted July 9, 2014 at 10:06 am
Ummm, so The Villager and its sister newspapers are moving out of Manhattan. In 2012, former media exec Jennifer Goodstein purchased NYC Community Media, which owns The Villager, Gay City News, and Chelsea Now. Two years later, the MetLife alumna continued her streak by acquiring the Community Newspaper Group from News Corp (formed by her husband). This […]
Last modified May 21, 2013 at 11:32 am
The Village Voice is on the mind of many in the wake of the recent bloodletting up in Cooper Square. Michael Musto, Robert Sietsema, and Michael Feingold. And then the resignation of two other writers yesterday. All gone. Thinking of the Voice, Boogie regular Esquared shared this gem from their archives – “Where Have All the […]
Last modified August 7, 2012 at 7:31 am
Some big news in the local, err, news scene. Lincoln Anderson reports in this week’s issue that The Villager has just been sold for an undisclosed sum. Terms of the deal were not immediately available.
Last modified November 29, 2010 at 9:40 am
Where there were but two loners in the wolfpack before, there are now four at the southeastern corner of Delancey and Orchard Streets. The orange Metro New York box first appeared in mid-October, and was joined last week by two official Department of Sanitation receptacles (waste, recycling). Funny how the Metro New York newspaper box […]
Posted October 15, 2010 at 6:18 am
Metro New York is capitalizing on the lack of AMNY representation around the Lower East Side. The daily newspaper is amidst a new push for more eyeballs.
Last modified June 27, 2012 at 1:27 am
One unit inside the Jewish Daily Forward condo building at 175 East Broadway is now available…to rent. Just last week, a listing recently surfaced on Halstead via Craigslist for a one-bedroom apartment on the fourth floor. And we’re still scratching our heads at the asking price – $3,300!