Eric Drooker's, Jon Longhi's, and Keith Knight's Ink, Sweat & Tears tour--three Bay Area artists strut their stuff.
Parents are a quiet kind of hero, an unsung species who are the building contractors of society. They are the build-it-and-they-will-come dreamers who with a funny sort of blind faith cast their souls into the fray to help make tomorrow come true.
The best of Blogcritics highlighted by the site's editors. Enjoy.
Memorial day is a time to remember the dead, but also remember the living in our country's service.
Drudge has excerpts...
I'm not a Catholic, and unlikely to ever be one, but I enjoyed some of the reflections in Memory and Identity...
Another Cornwell novel of Dr. Kate Scarpetta does what they have done before: entertains and engrosses.
Gripping tale of a young woman's struggle to find herself in the midst of her battle with schizophrenia.
A writer must see the world through his characters' eyes (even alien ones) to reveal them to readers.
Can Martha do the family proud? The answer--Absolutely.
In leaving behind their electroclash ways for the Odyssey, Fischerspooner have transcended.
Demon Days is the ultimate comeback.
Be, the new album by Common, is that rare beast...an album that will delight the music critic and the fan without alienating either.
The Academy is...brilliant. from Chicago. almost never was. I need a nap.
Audiences get the expected with Ron Howard’s Cinderella Man, a crowd-pleasing by-the-books tale of the American Dream.
What is at debate is not about unilateralism vs. multilaterialism but the nature of the future multilateral approach.
Donald Trump hosts a fundraiser for Florida's GOP gubernatorial frontrunner.
This Memorial Day, help cut the number of people who die "in service to their country."
In China, the revolution from below is continuing; many of the economic reforms of the past decade are being expanded and Chinese Society is rife with crosscurrents.
From George W. Bush's Friday graduation speech at the Naval Academy:
We're using all elements of national power to deny terrorists the chemical, biological and nuclear weapons they seek. We will not allow mass murderers to gain access to the tools of mass destruction. And we're stopping terrorists from achieving their ideological victories they seek, by working to spread the hope of freedom and reform across the broader Middle East. We understand that free nations do not support terrorists or inv
France's electoral map from Sunday's vote resembles another recent political map.
The French have voted down the new Constitution of the European Union. What's next?
It should be a few days until the teeth come out. Chirac hinted at changes in his cabinet. Could one of those changes be who's sitting at the head of it?
Hey all you web cowboys and cowgirls, this is the second in a series covering the latest developments with RSS -- Really Simple Syndication. In this overview, we take a look at what Microsoft is doing, a new advertising initiative, and provide some free and low cost resources for reading and creating RSS feeds.
One of those necessary evils of the modern world. But as far as I'm aware, never anywhere near so prolific