Low interest rates and purchases from out-of-staters are cause for continuing trend, say Realtors.
British politicians are winning new constituencies in their country's gardens.
If we ignore the horrors of war they won't go away. They'll still be there. We'll just be ignorant.
Chris Muir's Day By Day cartoon, for April 25, 2005
Once we realize that it's more valuable than oil, water will be the next commodity we fight over.
Millions of bugs try to eat Lucy Lawless.
Joan Allen in a landmark performance.
According to Reuters the Sauds could perhaps produce 1.3 to 1.4 million more barrels of crude per day. That's a drop in the bucket compared the U.S.'s huge daily demands; although the Saudis are one of the single largest sources of oil, they are not the only source.
So much for activism.
New Labour has its problems. But, when all is said and done, they're still the best party to rule Britain.
Washington's beginning to figure out what working Americans and our bosses have been complaining about for years.
Democrats and Republicans exchange the same battle cry as both cry over unfairness in politics.
Trouble is brewing for yet another high-level Bush nominee and, as usual, the President is standing by his man.
Crooked Fingers put on an energetic and enthusiastic show, highlighting their great alt rock music in its natural setting—live.
Almost universally considered the father of country rock, Gram Parsons left a relatively slim but immensely influential body of music in the six years he was active, from 1967-1973. In it, you will hear the genesis of the Eagles, much of Neil Young and Linda Ronstadt's classic work, bits of one of the Rolling Stones' greatest albums, the work of the Long Ryders and Uncle Tupelo, and literally a thousand others. Never a star himself in terms of sales (he was never featured on a top-40 album or single as a performer, and only one album he appears on broke the top-100), Parsons was a musicians' musician; everyone he worked with, from Roger McGuinn to Keith Richards, changed their musical approaches considerably from that point forward, incorporating country conventions into rock music with a new confidence. The mainstream was saturated with country rock for nearly a decade in his wake. He's still a reference point for many young musicians now.
Springsteen had to leave anthems behind when he tackled his vision of the American West in "Devil's and Dust".
HIP HOP (FEMINISM) 101 Hip Hop is a culture, born on the East Coast of the United States circa 1968; with roots in Jamaica, the Caribbean, and Africa that date back before history.
Misused Wal-Mart funds?, Joss Stone Giveaway, Somebody's getting married, Google's new strategy, EverQuest auctions, ridiculous looking pets no more
This self-titled album by Lifehouse has alternative music written all over it, and it suits them. They have clearly put some of their best thought and creative juices into this album, Jason Wade’s songwriting has bloomed.
Rhino's exemplary Cure reissue series continues with this bleakly perfect album by Robert Smith and company.
The Magic Circle is a good grail chase without the hoax!
A challenge against ignorance, and a peaceful hope for the future.
In a far-future Earth, our distant descendents have been altered genetically to live in ultra-crowded hives.
A tense and gritty story set in an exotic time and place.