The Village Voice was an American news and culture paper, known for being the country's first alternative newsweekly. It is still kept alive online. The Village Voice was launched by Ed Fancher, Dan Wolf, and Norman Mailer  on October 26, , from a two-bedroom apartment in Greenwich Village ; that was its initial coverage area, which expanded to other parts of the city by the s. In , it moved from 22 Greenwich Avenue to 61 Christopher Street in a landmark triangular corner building adjoining Sheridan Square, and a few feet west of the Stonewall Inn ;  then, from the s through , at 11th Street and University Place; and then Broadway and 13th Street.
Free Speech in the Digital Age. Susan J. Brison , Katharine Gelber. This collection of thirteen new essays is the first to examine, from a range of disciplinary perspectives, how the new technologies and global reach of the Internet are changing the theory and practice of free speech. The rapid expansion of online communication, as well as the changing roles of government and private organizations in monitoring and regulating the digital world, give rise to new questions, including: How do philosophical defenses of the right to freedom of expression, developed in the age of the town square and the printing press, apply in the digital age?