Wednesday, January 14, 2004

A week or so ago at work, I got into a discussion with a few of my co-workers about the merits of the Village Voice, and was fairly shocked to find out that so many people had a low opinion of it. In the Voice's defense, I kept on citing the names Jerry Saltz, Nat Hentoff and Ricahrd Goldstein, as examples of the paper's frequently awesome articles. More proof with the latest issue. Here is the latest Goldstein piece, another well-written queer reading of recent events in popular culture.

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