The food magazine's newest issue comes out August 19.
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"I think it's a watershed moment in the development of food-writing for the web."
"People want the Village Voice to succeed," the paper's editor says.
The food site even has its own star-system for dispatches.
The reviews will commence shortly.
The book will tell the story of modern New York City through its food.
Robert Sietsema's not a fan.
The twenty-year veteran critic was fired last month.
He's going to need a new mask.
The alt-weekly's critic resigns just a few days after twenty-year veteran Robert Sietsema was fired.
The critic started off in New York as a rock musician who liked to write about food.
A few simple rules for defusing the unpleasantness.
They won't be popping up for a while, it sounds like.
Also, Mission Chinese is on his list too, of course.
Meanwhile, it's gut-busts ahoy on the home front.
After a few days without power, the sidewalk markets and restaurants are reopening.
Yes, says the Village Voice.
Lee Dean says it's Robert Sietsema. Sietsema says it ain't him.