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Reginald "Rex" Henderson February 13, 2014 at 12:31 am
Most artists are very self-serving and narcissistic, so I'm sure there won't be a problem in findingRead More artistes for this...
Michael Coffino February 13, 2014 at 06:40 am
Less difficult than finding haters who can spell .. .
Justin Timberlake. credit salon.com
Amyland December 8, 2013 at 10:12 am
With this article you so well prove what my fellow MW friends/patch readers have been saying to oneRead More another: wow, lose that local news feel much? I don't mind the choice to not flesh out the police/sheriff log into complete sentences. . .but less newsie, less local, too bad.
Amyland December 8, 2013 at 10:12 am
Huffington Post celebrated the Kardashian-West engagement on its celebrity home page.
Obligatory Obloquy October 22, 2013 at 12:20 pm
Please explain what is journalistic or original about taking a screen capture of a Huffington PostRead More article and paraphrasing it on MV Patch. Why is it even on the MV Patch? Because it relates obliquely to SF? It looks to me like Patch national corporate restructuring is putting pressure on regional/"community" editors to generate content at all costs, regardless of the "community" that Patch claims to represent. Nothing like some inane, utterly meaningless celebrity gossip to get Marin robo-sapiens to click on your plagiarized link!
margaret harrington October 3, 2013 at 12:02 pm
George Lucas has shown over and over 1)how much he cares about Marin and the Bay Area and 2) that heRead More is a class act in whatever project he takes on. Look at what he has done in and for the Presidio with his presence. I say YES to his proposed museum.
Claire Comins October 3, 2013 at 01:39 pm
The Bay Area is a wealth of inspiration for anyone, whether they would call themselves an artist orRead More not. But hearing John Lasseter speak is a worthy reminder of how much a well curated museum can inspire. Thumbs up for a Museum of Digital Art in the Presidio.
Thomas Dolby's "The Invisible Lighthouse" makes its U.S. debut on Oct. 10 at the 36th Mill Valley Film Festival. Courtesy photo.
Steve Bower October 1, 2013 at 09:19 am
I've seen Thomas Dolby do live performances of both his music and "storytelling" (for lackRead More of a better word for a multi-media presentation), and he's really a master of the craft. This looks like it's going to be a fantastic show!
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