A Sci-Fi Channel winner. No, really. Yes, I mean it.
Some very funny moments not enough to consider it more than a second-rate farce.
Hollywood is jumping with bad ideas and bad news this month.
Contains one of the most annoying performances ever. Thanks a lot Terry Gilliam.
The Constant Gardner visually dazzles and tells a good story, but preaches from a soapbox.
Quirky, surprisingly harmless fun.
In the last 10 years or so there has been an alarming development in the oceans of the world. Coral reefs are dying because of an effect called Coral Bleaching.
Do you have problems with wandering relatives? Or do you yourself sometimes lose your way on the trip home from work?
Google released a new IM client. What do we need it for?
The question is, what are the 10-20 million Americans who suffer chronic pain or teminal illness to do?
The life-size wax figure of Mozart displayed in a Salzburger (Austrian) museum is currently without its head.
Faxing photo id is a risky proposition, leaving you open to identity theft. Be forewarned and do not assume you have to comply.
In order to live a want free life one must have the awareness to understand where one's own personal fulfillment lies...
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for August 27, 2005
The Canadian Defence Department has been put on alert and for the first time a Canadian frigate will patrol waters
We may not have their resources, but when we put our minds to it, we can treat people as badly as the next country.
For nearly TWO YEARS readers of the student newspaper, The Daily Egyptian in Carbondale, IL have been following the saga of Kodee Kennings
We need our own dog gone fatwah, just like Pat says.
The Republican Party will have a serious demographic problem in the future if they don't capture a larger share of the minority vote than they do today, and they are desperately trying to "reach out" to minorities that traditionally vote Democratic.
Fun for long time fans of the genre, and it could find a small audience elsewhere.
Thrilling battle scenes and a graceful, forceful, intelligent woman with a core of steel make these my favorite for rereading.
With snapshots of medieval life, Cantor side-lines mental baggage gleaned from film, fiction and comic strips.
Most of us tend to be passive readers, moving from one word to the next, eager to cross the finish line...
How many times can we use the word raw to describe The Stooges? Let's find out!
Social stereotypes and race issues in contemporary America