If Paglia wants sexy peanuts, she should try some poetry outside the limited arena she's clearly sampling--and sampling is a generous term.
The dust jacket promises "Deluded Celebrities, Irrational Power Brokers, Media Morons and the Erosion of Common Sense".
Diamond's book identifies five factors that can lead to total (and in many cases, catastrophic) collapse of a society.
A well-composed photo will say and show one thing. A brilliant one will have a secret.
A nice bit of gossip in a small English town
This is a painful tale brilliantly told, one of those books that I am drawn to reread periodically.
The Self-Publishing Hall of Fame rocks and rolls!
It appears as if the future of Lebanon's government is in the hands the people. And I'm not talking about democratic elections, I'm talking about American Idol-style popularity.
In which the blogger formerly known as Distorted Angel unmasks herself.
There's a sense of pathos, but also fascination, in a tiny insight into a moment in the lives of people of which you otherwise know, and probably can know, nothing.
Could you tell a blogger from a journalist if one ran up to you foamy-mouthed and bit you?
The Not-Quite-Sunday Funnies for March 13.05
All I could understand from her smiling lips was "vert," the French word for green. I quickly ran through a list of questions that could possibly contain the word green.
A new show by the creator of NYPD Blue
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for March 14, 2005
ChoicePoint unaware of its vulnerability, Eisner's successor named, new NASA chief, evolution and education, new music from Dave Matthews Band
From Gay Day to Bloc Party a band's name and their coolness are intrinsically linked.
I love a pointless character piece as much as the next guy, but even I have my limits.
This is a powerful, moving film. Reading the boards on IMDB will attest to lives being changed through watching it.
"Night Court's" first season arrives on DVD.
So, Ken Lay (of Enron fame) was on 60 minutes tonight explaining why he is totally innocent.
Michele Catalano gets to grips with a Burger King Salad.
Arnold Schwarzenegger is now the focal point highlighting the paradox regarding American's love for cars versus saving the planet...