The jazz pianist McCoy Tyner proved he can produce twice as much music as a man half his age at Washington's Blues Alley.
This late-90s Brubeck recording recaptures the holiday family piano parlor tradition, helping you get out of the holiday bustle and into a meditative mood for the season.
A kind of musical alchemy.
there doesn't seem to be a customer advice area on ANY of Jackson's albums at Amazon.
For Picasso, the question of steak and potatoes was essentially architectural. In his earlier meals, the entire flavor range suggested a gastronomic palette of geometric leftovers
I really would hate the UN to administer the 'net more than I hate a "semi-private" company doing so, if they decide they want to curb the amount and/or content of english-language sites just because, in their opinion, there are not enough sites in other languages.
After carefully putting away her paints and other various tools, Beth Millton (5) grabbed her freshly painted artwork and scurried off to the kitchen, eager to show it off to mom and dad.
The American Dream Downpayment Act now awaits President Bush's signature to provide the dream of home ownership to low-income Americans.
Former Democratic Senator Paul Simon passes on. . .
The ultimate combat game
"Ever since my wife had those kids, I've been too busy working and paying the bills to really care about this passion of mine for shitty train sets."
A violent sociopath CANNOT be rehabilitated, so why bother. Isolation or execution is the only solution.
bookofjoe ain't scared of no stinking earthquake, no sir.
Readers familiar with Dan Simmons' Hyperion Cantos will no doubt have been waiting with baited breath for his return to epic SF and his sizable new novel Ilium is certainly epic in both size and scope.
While catching up on a recent fable still doesn't mean I've devoured all that's available from Ursula Le Guin's genial and fertile mind, it's reason enough to send a trans-Atlantic smacker 30 years into an old friendship.
In which our ongoing exploration of Japanese comics takes us to a manga adaptation of the popular horror series.
The element of the campaign law which limits ads is infringing on the free exercise of speech and of redress of grievances against our government. As private citizens who mostly likely cannot afford to spend thousands supporting a candiate, joining groups like the AARP and the NRA are a way for us to get our voices heard.
General Franco May Still Be Dead, but is our 37th President?
Part One of HBO's two-night theatrical fantasia hits all the right notes.
If you've ever wanted to know what subjects are generating the most buzz on weblogs, check out this neat new tool....
So, uh, what are you trying to say with this move? Any of you punks get caught downloading get the David Koresh treatment?
Are blog awards over-rated? Tom Johnson blogs on the subject.