Cheap, quick and dirty U2 documentary has its merits, but falls short.
Bob Moog was one of the great pioneers of musical synthesizers, passing away recently at age 71.
If the Earth were a good and decent place, The Woggles would rule it. A hard-charging, high-energy throwback '60s garage band is just what this world needs.
It is at once a parody, yet also carries a sincere and sentimental longing. Like I said, it's really gay.
40 songs filmed with one camera, the last ten strictly bootleg quality. A compromise in quality. Still it rocks!
"An Ending Fitting For The Start..."
It's not a strike, it's a lockout. Watch me apologize for my sloppy amateur journalism.
The funnies for August 22,05
Parenting is a minefield, and you never know you’ve blown one of the Beanz until it’s too late.
It is only as England's wealth starts to grow that the humble drinking cup becomes a subject of play.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for August 22, 2005
Are you unreasonably afraid of e-shopping, or do you know how to tell the good sites to shop?
Ginepri makes a solid run, Nadal exits early, Roddick finally beats Hewitt, and Federer wins again.
This is disgusting...
Every person living in North America, even some Native Nations, is an immigrant from another country.
Tired of the doom and gloom? Maybe some real news from Iraq will help with a more positive perspective.
According to a Taliban spokesman, its opposition to upcoming elections continues, but it won't attack the polls.
According to the Venezuelan President, the U.S. is "the grand destroyer of the world."
A Canadian points out American hypocrisy. Plus, of course, Howie Dean's latest scream.
Two weeks ago, Michael Moriarty attacked me in his Enter Stage Right column.
Thanks to the tactics of Karl Rove and the Right-Wing GOP Slander Machine, Cindy Sheehan joins a dubious "club"
Conservative pundits barely reacted when "angry right" protesters revolted against Cindy Sheehan's Crawford, Texas, protest.
Unfortunately Showalter is insisting that his picture is more founded in the story and the characters.
Every once in a while a TV show ends on its own terms. How odd for this to happen to a show about death.
Two World War II movies -- one in the theaters, the other on DVD -- which was the better film?
Pimp meets girl, girl rejects pimp, pimp tricks girl into turning tricks, girl falls for pimp
The final episode of Six Feet Under was perhaps the most deeply affecting television show I've ever seen. You could tell this show was interwoven into Alan Ball's heart and his subtle brilliance couldn't be contained.
Not the Tom Hanks remake.
Some of the most ridiculous DVDs to come out in the last few months. More posts with more DVDs to come.
The Kiss guitarist -- the one with the serpentine tongue who’s claimed to have slept with 4,000 or so women -- is precious in his new role as a music teacher at Christ’s Hospital, a private London boarding school.
Right game, wrong console.
Robert Ferrigno's thriller is an action-packed ride as a former intelligence operative offers a lesson in manners.
Small town sheriff's deputy Claire Watkins finds herself facing a woman who will literally kill to get off the farm.
Archaeology has to be central to our understanding of ourselves and will help keep our feet on the ground ...
The TASER is the most effective weapon available to law enforcement and it's the best ride in the park