Gamers start fighting back.
The next gen war price war begins.
Jim Morrison was...
Praful delivers a solid downtempo sophmore release.
Open Road's third release is a clever mix of traditional bluegrass and modern themes.
The new Prince ... except without musical or dancing talent
I asked music industry insiders who the ugliest musicians on the planet were. The results are here.
"Let me tell you, no band ever got more notoriety from something than them after we kicked their ass," Draiman said.
Rush; April Wine; Cowboy Junkies; Barenaked Ladies; Max Webster; The Guess Who; Arcade Fire; Bachman-Turner Overdrive; Teenage Head; Skinny Puppy; Gordon Lightfoot; Bryan Adams; Blue Rodeo; The Tragically Hip; The Band; Paul Anka; The Crew Cuts; Buffy St. Marie; Bruce Cockburn
What's more fun than a kooky transvestite, Grandma Mazur, and the ex-whore Lula on the case with Stephanie!?
Around the corner lies a mystery
Human excellence throughout the ages has been attributed to everything from luck to sweat...
Three generations of memories...
Terrill Lee Lankford's new book is a stylish noir thriller about film, fame, and the price of fortune.
THIS is the BEST translation. Let me tell you. I bought this copy in the Royal Museum in London.
Have a little faith in your congregation's ability to think for themselves.
That is the warning sounded by Chris Mooney in his upcoming book The Republican War on Science.
Cindy Sheehan is purported to have said that if Israel pulls out of Palestine it will contribute to a reduction in terror. That sounds like a pretty reasonable statement to me.
As a liberal, I'll say this about Cindy Sheehan: I have nothing to say about Cindy Sheehan.
The Christian Post isn't too quick on the uptake, is it?
On the 60th anniversary of victory in Japan, excerpts from a Newsweek cover-issue from 1945 have something to say about the current occupation of Iraq.
Notable Quotables: The Real Reason NARAL Wrote That Ad. Also, Coulter and Kennedy.
Too often The Prophecy deviates from camp and becomes crap.
To what extent you will enjoy Meet the Fockers is really contingent on how much you valued the first film.
This could have been great if it was longer – how often will you hear that about a movie?
Eight shorts coming to a theater near you (hopefully)
Compares movie in theaters (Broken Flowers) with related film out on DVD (Lost in Translation)
Powell, Loy, and a very young Jimmy Stewart continue the fun in this first sequel to the comedy/mystery classic.
This afternoon I had the numbing privilege of seeing the movie, The Great Raid, at the Mililani Theater Complex.
It’s as unfunny as a pile of barber hair.
Senior year is never what it seems.
One man's defensive driving is another man's traffic violation.
A story from The Guardian focuses on marketing an adult brand to children. The brand is the Playboy Logo, the famous bunny ears that have been around as long as, well -- Heff -- just about.
First Things First. Do not despise small beginnings, for from the tiny acorn the mighty oak does grow. Let's hope this first podcast is an acorn.
The mixing started with Neolithic farmers and has been going on ever since.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for August 17, 2005
"It's not only interesting scientifically, but has broad implications for society."
Lautenberg writes a senior White House official, who appeared on Dobson's radio show but didn't mention the controversy.