Gillian Roberts' English teacher/private investigator, Amanda Pepper, returns for another murder mystery.
A review of The Da Vinci Code makes me happy I've ignored that neverending bestseller.
Natan Sharansky is convinced that democracy is a prerequisite for enduring world peace; so does President Bush.
Edward P. Jones' Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Known World tells the story of a black man, a former slave, who is himself a slave owner.
Listening to Way Out West's Don't Look Now is a bit like watching an Ingmar Bergman film without the emotion
Peter Gabriel: "She pointed out (she takes) even longer than I take."
Indie and Alternative music discoveries just for you.
In case you're wondering, this opening sketch always features shadowy media-controlling nasty bastards/bitches, who know EXACTLY how dumb people are (as opposed to an individual person) and how to satisfy their entertainment needs.
...and as cold-hearted as ever.
Blog is the most popular word of the year - how did defenestration get there?
Kappos was acquitted, so he can't be compelled to receive treatment. Crow can expect to hear from him again soon.