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New Voice Music Editor: I Had My Sexuality Openly Questioned By Ice-T

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New Village Voice music editor Rob Harvilla, who replaced longtime editor Chuck Eddy, delivers a new music column this week for the paper that has in recent months been stung by sale, scandal and staff turnover. And Harvilla does an entertaining job of summing up his first month in New York, in which, among other things, he:

Attended One of Those Indie-Rock Shows Where the Audience Consists Entirely of Bloggers

Witnessed the First Show of A Two-Night Stand, and Got the Crappier Set List

Antagonized Fellow R Train Passengers by Blasting the New Mission of Burma Record Through Headphones at Absurdly High Volume

Down in Front [Village Voice]

EARLIER: Confirmed: Harvilla to Take Over for Eddy as New Voice Music Editor

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