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2012 Stories by Michael Fox

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  • That Sinking Feeling

    published March 28, 2012

    If global warming is a distant, abstract concept to you, Mohamed Nasheed has a pressing message: There is no Planet B. Deposed recently as... More >>

  • Looking for Oscar: Al Pacino Shows Why We Love Him at Wilde Salome Debut

    published Mar 22, 2012

    For a brief and tantalizing moment on the Castro Theatre stage last night, a sly Al Pacino appeared set to go Cruising. The house was packed and primed for the U.S. premiere of Wilde Salome, the actor... More >>

  • Coffy Break

    published March 7, 2012

    Back in the freewheeling 1970s, Pam Grier was the hottest -- and coolest -- woman in movies. Rough, tough, and occasionally out-of-control scary,... More >>

  • Kirk Here

    published March 7, 2012

    For children of a certain generation, the Starship Enterprise’s earnest Capt. James T. Kirk was a cardboard cousin of Dudley... More >>

  • Vocal Visualizations

    published February 29, 2012

    We’d love to know what Jaap Blonk thinks of The Artist, the old-fashioned silent charmer that seduced Academy Awards voters. The... More >>

  • Before the Flood

    published February 22, 2012

    If global warming is a distant, abstract concept to you, Mohamed Nasheed has a pressing message: There is no Planet B. Deposed just a few weeks... More >>

  • A Couple on the Rocks

    published February 15, 2012

    Well-dressed, well-lubricated urbanites Nick and Nora Charles made their first screen appearance in 1934 in The Thin Man, personifying a... More >>

  • Mad Blokes

    published January 18, 2012

    If you find American TV spots entertaining and clever, you should see the brief bits of brilliance concocted by the whiz kids on the other side of... More >>

  • The British Have Way More Latitude in TV Commercials Than We Do -- See Their Best

    published Jan 27, 2012

    If you find American TV spots entertaining and clever, you should see the brief bits of brilliance concocted by the whiz kids on the other side of the Atlantic. The British Arrows Awards (a more color... More >>

  • Filmmaker Chris Metzler Brings Fishbone Back to S.F. With <i>Everyday Sunshine</i>
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    Filmmaker Chris Metzler Brings Fishbone Back to S.F. With Everyday Sunshine

    published Jan 06, 2012

    Chris Metzler fits in perfectly in the eclectic documentary circles of his adopted S.F. home, even if he hasn't shed his L.A. roots. Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone, the high-energy follow-up... More >>

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