New York Loses Its Voice

The Village Voice, New York City’s iconic alternative weekly newspaper, has announced the end of its print publication. Co-founded by writer Norman Mailer in 1955, the Pulitzer Prize winning free paper is shifting to a completely digital platform. The paper has long been a literal voice for oppressed communities and for progressive causes, both locally and nationally, as well as a home for arts and culture coverage. As someone who has been a life-long reader, I’ll miss it.

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