By mid-morning on Thursday many of the Voice’s famous red distribution boxes were empty, as New York’s beloved weekly paper makes switch to online-only

In the way that some things come back stronger once before they go away for good, that sentinel of downtown New York bohemian life, the Village Voice, has published its last printed edition, with a heyday cover shot of Bob Dylan.

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