NEW YORK - The Village Voice has stopped the presses.

Wednesday is the last day to pick up the weekly print edition of the beloved city paper.

Editors put together more than 90 pages of retrospective pieces and pictures.

The print version is being canceled because of declining ad revenues.

It will still operate as online magazine, but was recently forced to lay off more than a dozen employees.

The Voice was first created in a Greenwich Village apartment back in 1955, becoming famous for its unique takes on art, culture and politics.

It utimately won a slew of awards for its articles, including three Pulitzer Prizes.

The Village Voice became a free publication back in 1996 to increase circulation.