As we were driving from one weekend activity to the next in our small New York suburb, my middle child looked up from her cell phone and, in an iPod-induced-too-loud-voice, said, “I love this town. It’s pretty, friendly and makes me feel safe.” I think she gave voice to what many of us feel and experience in our personal and professional lives.
When people engage lawyers – especially in contentious matters - they often arrive at our door feeling unsafe and insecure.
Will Wiles explores the phenomenon of “god games,” like Banished, “in which the player guides a small group of people in building a small village, which with careful guidance can become a small town.” He contemplates what their grow... Read Post
If the Voice Media Group (VMG) has its way, the next time you’re out in, say, New York, and looking for a good restaurant nearby, you’ll pull out your phone, swipe right past Yelp, and tap on the Village Voice’s app. VMG, which owns... Read Post