Fueled by the crusade led by Randall Terry and Focus On The Family against the photographer Jock Sturges, Tennessee prosecutors have charged Barnes & Noble with violating state obscenity law by displaying The Last Day of Summer and Radiant Identities by Sturges and The Age of Innocence by David Hamilton in its Brentwood store.
Archives for January 1997
NCAC Censorship News Issue #68: Winter 1997-1998 The challenge to New York City’s new zoning law has now reached the Court of Appeals, New York’s highest court (Hickerson v. NYC). The ordinance restricts access to adult entertainment establishments—bookstores, video stores, theaters and clubs devoted to sexually explicit but constitutionally protected fare. The legislation is troubling […]