Did anyone else notice the little Leftist fracas that broke out in The New York Times Book Review this weekend?
Bloomberg View columnist Michael Kinsley’s review of Baffler editor and Harper’s columnist Thomas Frank’s conservative-debunking tract, Pity the Billionaire, elicited two spirited letters from Mr. Frank’s corner.
The New York Observer’s headline rather captured the quaint battiness of Kat Stoeffel’s media column: “Village Voice Media Getting Down and Dirty with Escort Ads.”
Stoeffel is the overly powdered aunt that haunts family holidays. At dinner, she’s left her teeth in a glass of water on the bedside table. She’d Read More
Village Voice Media Executive Editor Michael Lacey declined to be interviewed for our story on his company last week, “Village Voice Media Getting Down and Dirty with Escort Ads,” but he wrote us yesterday to submit a few corrections and provide a counternarrative. The full letter is linked below.
On one point, a correction Read More
Village Voice Media executive editor Michael Lacey had some words for me regarding a piece I wrote, “Village Voice Media Getting Down and Dirty with Escort Ads.” When he wasn’t describing me as someone’s senile, toothless auntie, he made some criticism that merits clarification.
“Her dubious and fusty perspective ignores the fact Read More