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The Village Voice is on sale at a newsstand on 42nd Street on Aug. 22, 2017 in New York. The paper’s staff is working to ensure that archives will be digitally available. (MORE: Reporter tweets from ‘terrifying’ scene of active shooter at Maryland newspaper) The Voice became the country’s first alternative newsweekly after it was founded in 1955. “As the nation’s first alternative newsweekly, the Voice today carries on the same tradition of no-holds-barred reporting and criticism it embraced when it began publishing 60 years ago,” a description on the paper’s website reads. Plastic newspaper boxes for The Village Voice stand along a Manhattan sidewalk in New York on Nov. 27, 2013. Village Voice publisher Peter Barbey announced on Aug. 31, 2018, that the venerable alternative weekly will cease publication.
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These are external links and will open in a new window The Supreme Court’s decision to make gay sex legal in India has been hailed as historic. But the reality for members of the LGBT community in rural India is different. They believe it will take a long time to change regressive attitudes towards them. Here three gay people from rural India tell their stories. Arun Kumar, 28, northern state of Uttar Pradesh I am really happy with the court’s decision. It will help people in cities express themselves without fearing the law. But sadly, it’s different for people like me who live in villages. It’s not the law that we fear – what troubles us is people’s perception. I hope that the media’s coverage of the verdict will help people understand that homosexuality is normal. But LGBT people have a long battle ahead of them before they can live without fear. I have lived my whole life in fear and this may not change in the near future.
Sac State’s newspaper is discontinuing its print edition and moving everything online | The Sacramento Bee Sacramento State Downtown will be at the ‘heart of everything’ they do New Sacramento State Downtown facility opens on S Street on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 as an anchor institution. New Sacramento State Downtown facility opens on S Street on Tuesday, August 28, 2018 as an anchor institution. Sac State’s newspaper is discontinuing its print edition and moving everything online The State Hornet, Sacramento State’s weekly newspaper, announced Thursday it will be ending its print circulation and moving fully online by the beginning of the next academic year. According to Claire Morgan, the editor in chief of the State Hornet — and an intern at the Sacramento Bee — the move is because of dwindling numbers of people picking up the paper. “There’s not a lot of engagement with our print products,” Morgan said. Last year, the State Hornet won a Pacemaker — an award given by The Associated Press for exceptional journalism. This year, the paper has been nominated for another award. No one covers what is happening in our community better than we do. And with a digital subscription, you’ll never miss a local story.
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