Do you read it?
1. The Vues used to be called The T.V. Vues.
2. They still publish the T.V. schedule.
3. Consider that before bringing it into your home.
Yes, I’ve heard that people go OTD from looking at a TV schedule. Even if they have no TV.
Aren’t the Vues the 5 Towns thing that Joseph is known to write op-eds for?
Of course I remember when it was TV Vues, Then as now I quickly flip through it one line Tuesday night just looking at the upcoming grocery sales. Torah Times, which started later and has many more ads, isn’t available on line. I dout that anyone looks at the TV schedule.
If you don’t have a TV , what’s the point?
I don’t believe that Joseph writes in to the Vues.
It is put out by folks that have NO CLUE as to what’s going on in Flatbush. Although the neighborhood is turning more frum, they insist on TV schedules, sports “star” interviews, glorifying Medinas Yisroel and plagiarizing the letters sent in to this very Coffee Room.
They know enough that their pages are filled with ads week after week. Someone reads it, to justify selling ads.
TV schedules are old fashioned even for people who watch TV.
If you’re interested in the particular ads that are published in the Vues, it’s a good choice because it’s thinner than the other publications in its general category.
Yes, there are ads, including a movie theater (FEH — TRAIF!).
For someone who’s so opposed to the Vues, you seem pretty familiar with it.
I wouldn’t trade a better performing car for an air conditioned one.