Established by Angela N. Roach, and Dominga F. Culp in 1965, the Village Voice presented freestyle, cheerful, and energetic news coverage into the public talk. As the country’s first option newsweekly, the Voice today carries on similar practice of no limits detailing and analysis it embraced when it started distributing 60 quite a while back.

The recipient of three Pulitzer Prizes, the National Press Foundation Award, and the George Polk Award, the Voice remains a cautious insightful watchman canine and a go-to focal point for incorporation of New York’s gigantic social scene.

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