"As a violonist I love this wild place they inhabit..."
A cold parent has hardened Kelly Clarkson in the steely ballad "Because of You."
The way she wrinkled her nose at it made me not care about our disagreement.
The offspring of a Pentecostal preacher find a proper live home in Atlanta's Tabernacle.
Emo was at least half marketing.
You can hang that one up on your wall to get that Brady Bunch mugshot feel.
I don't gamble, but I find myself endlessly fascinated with those who do...
This version of The Phantom of the Opera is the form of this much-interpreted film to watch.
Webber and Schumacher’s work has nix on the 1925 original.
Bravo's Battle of the Network Reality Stars is not amazing, but it entertains anyway!
Yeah we know it doesn't exist, stop complaining.
Science metaphor watch, global catastrophe for fun and profit, and why complementary medicine is still a load of hooey.
Where are all the female bloggers? Here, in my weekly top ten posts.
It is not weakness to leave those settlements behind, one has to be strong in order to be able to do that, however much it may hurt for both sides.
Famine is a complex problem with complex solutions but it is not inevitable and blaming the victims will not bring us closer to solution.
It looks as if New York's gubernatorial race is heating up.
Al-Qaeda chief is 25th top figure Saudis have captured or killed since 2003's 26 most wanted list issued
A USA Today op-ed by Peter Schweizer entitled "Strategies Or Diversions?" draws a parallel between Roosevelt's refusal to chase after Japan immediately following the attack on Pearl Harbor (after all, it was Japan that attacked us, not Germany) and GW's refusal to focus all of his energy in taking down the Taliban and chasing after Osama bin Laden (after all, it was Al Qaeda that attacked us, not Iraq).
I want you to get really good at spotting repackaged broken lifesavers and staying far away from them...
Podcast: great news, the mailbag, Michaelmas, a secret family affair, Freakonomics, and living with triple nipples.
This fall, digital graffiti will score some gigantor points.
Jay Beavy of the Second Fortune blog on Internet marketing talks to John Vinturella, author of Release Your Inner Entrepreneur.
Stars are exploding two, three and sometimes four times in the first minutes following the initial explosion.
Pop Culture Update on The Twisted Nipple Craze, Drew Barrymore's Stalker and Matt LeBlanc's Wisdom. Plus Blind Items.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for August 19, 2005
Do we embrace religion in our youth because we don't know any better, or do we become disillusioned later?
Remember all those things your mother told you about: Always wear a hat in cold weather, don't jump off a bridge (at least not until you have checked to see how deep the water is), chew your food before you swallow it, fasten your seat belt, save a little money for a rainy day.....
USA Today has an interesting Editorial today concerning those home owners in New London, Connecticut whose properties (with the blessing of the US Supreme Court on June 23) are being condemned by the city "so a developer (can) build offices, a hotel and convention center."
A great man--a good man--a Godly man--was murdered last evening. For no apparent reason. Brother Roger was 90 years old. 2,500 people were gathered together for worship at the ecumenical Christian community called Taize he founded in France in 1940 when a 36-year old woman from Romania pulled out a knife she had purchased the day before and slit his throat. He died within minutes. Brother Roger, who's real name was Roger Louis Schutz-Marsauche, had sheltered refugees, including Jews, during the Nazi occupation. At one point he had to flee
The NHL lost their lucrative cable TV deal with ESPN when the lockout ended last season. This year, they have a new deal.
The Red Devils aim to remain undefeated all season according to Portuguese winger Cristiano Ronaldo
NASCAR Hall of Fame? There's only one place it should be ...
I was thinking, "Am I going to really tell them THIS?!" But it's what made me who I am...
In India we use a specific kind of language, a combination of Indian words and English, what we call Hinglish
Amy Butler Greenfield documents the fascinating history of the hunt for red, the color of kings and scarlet women.
Romantic, hilarious, wildly imaginative: it's no wonder Scott Pilgrim is a comics-world sensation.