The music of Jon Fritz is not easy to drop into a little slot of categorization. I call it folk-roots-rock to try to keep it as simple as possible, when in reality it so much more than that.
Final part of the four part series.
Review of Mötley Crüe's 2 disc career anthology.
Jazz pianist Moran makes half of a great album.
Competition for TiVo, UK terror laws, Xbox cord recall, Computer history up for auction, Winn-Dixie bankrupted by Wal-Mart
Soul Cookin' - A Spicy Collection Of Soulful Latin Jazz
Crooked Fingers' album Dignity and Shame is a very good, if at times uneven, CD that's not to be ignored.
Part Two of Four...
War from a rare viewpoint.
A re-release of a documentary on two classic Dead albums, and some personal recollections
Do we have free speech on campuses in the U.S.? The answer, according to Brainwashing 101 film-makers, is NO.
E. asked me, "So, you're saying it probably shouldn't have been more than a magazine article then?
We were somewhere around Barstow on the edge of the desert when the drugs began to take hold.
Further reading makes it clear that this fool's brain nearly short circuits when he feels it is time to unload some more bilious hatred. The almost incoherent and nonsensical results are truly absurd.
Ken Livingstone has apologized for comparing a Jewish reporter to a concentration camp guard - not that it matters.
Why can’t the peace process, its dreary steeples, brown suited men, suave apologists, and their oppressive righteousness just go away?
Al Barger writes on the passing of Gene Scott, who he considered the only preacher on TV worth watching.
Help a frustrated graphic designer in his bizarre quest to contact Tim Burton about an upcoming movie.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for February 22, 2005
Almost everything is sold with the promise of sex. Be it cosmetics, deodorants, lingerie, clothes, shoes, alcohol, motorcycles, cars, even toothpaste
The Committee to Protect Bloggers has declared February 22 to be "Free Mojtaba and Arash Day."