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Michael Vick is (Sadly) a Man of the Timesnew

Forget the excuse that claims dog fighting is acceptable among rural, Southern blacks -- Vick knew very clearly that he was running a criminal enterprise.
Metro Times  |  Larry Gabriel  |  09-04-2007  |  Sports

Street Theatre: Michael Vick Turns Downtown Into a Spectator Sportnew

Protestors behind the federal courthouse on Bank Street share with reporters their thoughts about Michael Vick, accused of participating in dog fighting.
Style Weekly  |  Amy Biegelsen  |  08-02-2007  |  Crime & Justice

A Predator on the Loosenew

Michael Redpath is a danger to women and children, so why does he keep getting breaks?
Illinois Times  |  Bruce Rushton  |  12-12-2005  |  Crime & Justice

Katrina Rips Bush a New Onenew

Forget Iraq, the Supreme Court nominations, and Social Security -- it took a hurricane to wake up the press, raise the issue of race and class, and redefine the political landscape.
Boston Phoenix  |  Mark Jurkowitz  |  09-08-2005  |  Disasters

Who's Afraid of Façade?new

Virginia Woolf Meets Grand Theft Auto.
Boston Phoenix  |  Chris Dahlen  |  07-26-2005  |  Video Games

John Kerry and Mitt Romney Gear Up for ’08new

Just seven months after yet another Massachusetts presidential contender was rejected by the electorate, it looks as if the Bay State political establishment will not avail itself of the opportunity to sit this one out.
Boston Phoenix  |  Dan Kennedy  |  05-31-2005  |  Politics

Slacker Uprising at the Pitnew

Michael Moore, a man of infinite jest, brings his Slacker Uprising Tour to The Pit, and gets just what he asked for.
Weekly Alibi  |  Tim McGivern  |  10-20-2004  |  Politics

Less Is Moorenew

Tucson lawyer David Hardy tries to lambaste Michael Moore--and fails.
Tucson Weekly  |  Jarret Keene  |  09-23-2004  |  Nonfiction

Open Water is Jaws Droppingnew

Funny how slowly the recognition of disaster dawns on those with faith in normality and common sense. That’s one of the many chilling glimpses into the human survival mechanism that Open Water's ingenious and limpidly simple premise offers.
Boston Phoenix  |  Peter Keough  |  08-16-2004  |  Reviews

The Anonymous Author of "Imperial Hubris" is Revealednew

The previously unnamed CIA figure who wrote the upcoming negative critique of U.S. politics and the Muslim world says he's more afraid for his job than for his life.
Boston Phoenix  |  Jason Vest  |  06-30-2004  |  International

The Transforming Art of Michael Moore

For Moore, the real publicity bonanza is -- as it has been since 9/11 itself -- the knee-jerk attempts of ham-fisted powerbrokers to try to shut him up. Each attempt at censoring what he has to say has only made him stronger, and has made people all the more eager to know what’s so dangerous and forbidden.
Random Lengths News  |  Paul Rosenberg  |  06-18-2004  |  Movies

Mispronouncing Doughty: An Irreverent Interview With Soul Coughing's Kingnew

Ben Fogelson holds Mike Doughty up for information: Why does he want more homosexuality in the church; What about his song predicting 9-11, and how the hell to you pronounce his name?
Eugene Weekly  |  Ben Fogelson  |  06-18-2004  |  Profiles & Interviews

Film About Bush and Osama Premieres at Cannesnew

An account of Michael Moore's triumph at Cannes 2004 with his "Fahrenheit 9/11" documentary.
Boston Phoenix  |  Gerald Peary  |  05-27-2004  |  Movies

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