Snoop is SUPPOSED to be the goddam Superpimp, a Nietzchean uber-pimp. What kind of half-assed excuse for pimping is this?
The rise and fall of Kevin Costner has been well documented and probably also well deserved. Open Range could be his legitimate shot at theatrical redemption.
Although sociology and human development can be a slippery science, with ill-defined objective goals, Ms. Sommers has written a book of surpassingly convincing evidence that boys are being shortchanged in our American educational system.
A conversation with CNN Crossfire co-host and author/writer Tucker Carlson on his new book, the media, live TV, Satan (James Carville), and even blogs.
A random look both behind the scenes and in front of the stage at a three-day music festival in hot ol' Texas.
Blue's music hits listeners like too much mescal and cigarette smoke. It is full of life, not the listless life of the David Sanborn or Kenny G crowd, but jazz like it was meant to be, derelict and seamy.
Purdue physicist Ephraim Fischbach – oh, you beautiful, bald man – spends his time like a mime pretending he's encased in glass, feeling the space around him, hoping his hand slips into another dimension. The goal might be generations away, but – like Tang and joysticks to the Apollo program – the search can lead to some wonderful discoveries along the way.
A great deal has been written in the popular press recently about the slippery definition of "nanotechnology." At Small Times, we often subject the word to unspeakable torture in our attempts to extract information on whether a company conforms.
Brian Flemming has a nude pic of Arnie and wants to share. Blogcritics cleans up the mess...