New York Post

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New York Post

 

a daily evening newspaper in the USA, founded in 1801 and published in New York City. It reflects the interests of influential monopolistic circles in the United States. Circulation, 500,000 (1976).

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It simply advertises 'Topless Dancing.' Given the news, Vinnie - mad, lovable Vinnie - jumps on a desk and jigs for joy bellowing "Headless Body in Topless Bar!" It wasn't Musetto's only memorable headline in the Post.
But not Vincent Musetto, who wrote one of the most evocative headlines in the history of American journalism: HEADLESS BODY IN TOPLESS BAR. Musetto was the revered editor of the New York Post .
BACK IN MARCH, the New York Post--the newspaper started by Alexander Hamilton some 200 years ago and infamous for headlines such as "Headless Body in Topless Bar"--gave an upbeat, though slightly bemused, review of Choice: The Best of Reason, our recent anthology.