In as succinct a fashion as I can explain it, here is Alias: Season One.
The Practice's first life focused on Bobby Donnell (Dylan McDermott), a working-class striver who achieved his ideal -- partnership in a professional, profitable law firm.
They say that the proof of the pudding is in the eating. On that basis, seems like two points here for Jesus (and Mel).
Spike TV's new cartoon "satire" series . . .
Do American Idol's clean-cut winners represent middle America's rejection of an increasingly bawdy and lurid music industry?
A Texas original puts out his first live album. A must-have for long-time fans and a good introduction for people who are curious about this guy with the famous novelist's last name.
Rhino Handmade's new series of proto-psychedelic 60's goodness debuts . . .
On classical pianist Glenn Gould
The industry has argued that file-sharing and CD burning is having a negative impact on sales. But, unfortunately, their own sales figures don't back up their arguments.
We thought it would be time to drop our Secret Political Weapons of Mass Distraction (although we had hoped to save them until shortly before the election).
John Kerry, in a stunning betrayal of class, admitted privately that he plans to "stick it" to "the rich," who he defines as a taxpayer making more than $200,000 per year! You try raising children on that!
Nanotechnology is such a young discipline that any issue for which the nano name is invoked is largely a reflection of a personal world view or political agenda rather than any overwhelming body of evidence.
The gist of the scandal (called Kofigate) points to a ring of U.N., French and Russian contractors responsible for doling out food and medical aid for the Iraqi's. Prices for diluted medicine and rotten food were inflated 10% netting $5 billion in kickbacks to French and Russian companies. This, according to Safire, is why the French and Russians were the only prewar defenders of Saddam Hussein.
National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice appeared on CBS's 60 Minutes; Rice refused to admit responsibility for her role in the worst national security failure in American history