What major blogs are saying about the new pope.
KCET's presentation of the documentary, "The Massie Affair," reminds us of the racial issues America faced before World War II and clarifies what "South Pacific," merely suggests. Like the musical "South Pacific," the Massie Affair took place on a Pacific island and involved the military. Yet for those involved, perhaps the least deserving was the person who had the happy ending.
The worst basketball video game in years.
A dull, lifeless home console port.
The beginning of the FDR: A Presidency Revealed begins with two premises. The first being that FDR was the greatest President in the 20th century. The second premise was that FDR economic policies did little to cure the Great Depression.
Even if you force yourself to laugh, it's still not funny.
It doesn't embiggen me to say it, but the Simpsons just isn't a perfectly cromulent show anymore.
"I'll tempt Adam tonight," she said evilly... "You must be my host" Tom guessed... "Mama is German," Tom muttered...
A new kabbalah studies trend is going on air: The cable company HOT is starting to broadcast live kabbalah lessons.
Big news from flickr-ville, plus a heaping helping of Creative Commons photographic goodness
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger of Germany is the new pope.
Secularist efforts to change the meaning of our First Amendment freedoms threaten all forms of free expression.
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart has won a Peabody Award for its coverage of the election in Indecision 2004.
It's no wonder so many people watch the local news before going to sleep; they use it as a sedative. NPR is different.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for April 19, 2005
Music is the Medicine!
Missy is back with another club banger, ready to tear the club up this spring!
The two nights of the Ponderosa Stomp, April 26 and 27, celebrate the unsung creators of rock 'n' roll, R&B, rockabilly, blues and swamp pop.
new anti-piracy law, NiN wants you to remix, Indian television viewers outraged, Apple, Microsoft think alike, Podcasting Association
A quick look at Amazon.com’s top diet books illustrates just how horribly confused the general public has become, and what many “experts” are willing to do to make a buck.
The consequences of repealing the law of entropy include well-dressed slaves and rotten wine...
Death threats, contract breaches, petty larceny: The tumultuous experiences of a Western teacher at Beijing's China Foreign Affairs University.
A sparse, tightly written, and at times gripping story about human emotions pushed to the extreme.
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...it continually hammers you into a reverie and forces you to stare off into the distance and ponder something that the author has so perfectly highlighted.