A year after its digital version has replaced the print edition, with the aim to go to where the readers have gone, which supposedly is online, the 63 year long history of the Manhattan paper has come to an end.
WHAT 😳. This is a very very sad day in journalism. Just no words. The #VillageVoice has been an NYC institution my entire life. Thinking of everyone I know and don’t know who works for or has ever worked and written for the Voice. https://t.co/5SiJ05AIyP
— Solvej Schou (@Solvej_Schou) August 31, 2018
While of much disappointment not only for Manhattaners, Munich people can be happy with their not long ago founded town publication by name of MucBook. Marco Eisenach is the skilled and well connected founder slash publisher with a team of fresh editors who take to it with needed seriousness and responsibility. Like Village Voice, MucBook is in receipt of lots of Amore.
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