Michael Musto, Robert Sietsema, Michael Feingold and more let go from ‘Village Voice’
It’s Black Friday at The Village Voice:
The planned layoffs at the Village Voice, which caused its brand-new editor-in-chief and deputy to quit in protest, went down this morning regardless, Gawker reports, and included legendary gossip columnist Michael Musto and veteran theater critic Michael Feingold, both of whom had already filed forthcoming pieces for the paper. Food critic Robert Sietsema was also let go. “So many people have come out to offer their love (and opportunities),” Musto told Hamilton Nolan. “My brand will be feistier than ever.” We don’t doubt it. The Voice, on the other hand … – [Intelligencer]
Michael Musto had been with the iconic NYC alt-weekly since 1984. Also leaving, The Voice from its longtime Cooper Sq. offices.