The first five years of the decade are over. Time to look back at the half decade that was (in film).
Pretty barren this week, folks.
You can tout Alastair Simms, or sing the praises of Bill Murray as Scrooge. You may believe Bob Goldthwait is the quintessential Cratchit. I disagree.
A million rounds per minute!
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 22, 2004
The son of the "Angel of Death" goes after the mob in this sequel to Road to Perdition.
The three "R's" of poetry--writing, reading, and reviewing--are personal processes. In this way, poems resemble paintings
A classic gender-bending manga series from the 70's gets its first American printing. . .
What was Jesus like as a ten-year-old? How about as a teenager? Christopher Moore has given us a sweetly skewed look in Lamb.
We have a common language for speaking of clouds due to a remarkable 18th-centry Quaker chemist, Luke Howard...
A review of the Dell Axim X50
Playing Super Monkey Ball, on the Gamecube (classic game on a classic console) can apparently significantly reduce the errors surgeons make during operations
Our love affair with dead rock stars never ends. In some instances, like in the case of the legendary guitar man Jimi Hendrix...
Rock, Pop, and the rap against "The Rap Against Rockism"
Lester Koenig’s independent (yes there was indie music back in the 50s) Contemporary Records label was home to...
Original lounge favorites.
The Posies were masters at the elements of classic songcraft, and Stringfellow hasn't lost any of that in his solo career. His skill and talent grows with each record he releases.
Jason Ringenberg's latest album, Empire Builders, was inspired by his experiences while on the road overseas during 2002 and 2003.
A researcher argues in the Boston Globe that liberals must re-fight the battles of the past. Be my guest.