Mac Diva is offended by something Kim du Toit wrote...
A few notes on recent CD purchases inspired by Web radio.
Another death in the music world: Today we remember the soaring tenor of the Righteous Brothers' Bobby Hatfield.
From start to finish, this is a compelling and revealing work. Richter's writing is compact and concise, and he presents us with information that is relevant only to the story of how The Dawn of Man sequence from 2001: A Space Odyssey was created and filmed.
A discussion of Ross Macdonald's Lew Archer novels raises the issue of a perceived decline in Mcdonald's stature as a master of American crime fiction. Was it really the serial killers' fault?
I get more than a little cheesed off when I see the hypocrisy of those that already have much wanting more and more and...
November is American Diabetes Month. To mark the occasion, AF&O blogs for a cure to promote diabetes awareness. In today's installment, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission releases a new FAQ on how the Americans with Disabilities Act affects diabetics.
Investors seeking to earn immediate returns use the buy, rennovate then re-sell strategy, rather than buying and renting, forcing them to wait for profits.
With The Matrix Revolutions, the Wachowski Brothers have cemented their place in the pantheon of science fiction movie masters. While some people have been disappointed by this capstone of the trilogy, I thought it delivered on the promise of the last two movies very well, and will hold up in time.
So, everybody thinks it's a bad thing for "The Reagans" to go to cable. Right? Well, maybe. But maybe not.
A look at 4 different anime by the Japanese master.