Antony and the Johnsons walks away with the trophy, and the cash.
Captivating footage from DEVO in their prime, proving once and for all that geeks can rock, too.
I went to see Green Day with an open mind. I wasn't real familliar with the band but had, of course, heard various of their songs on the radio.
Too short with only 15 tracks and with lacklustre production qualities, this DVD is for completists only.
Any time Eric Clapton releases an album there is a lot of anticipation and excitement.
Danny Barnes's quintessentially American music is quirky, sincere, modern and rooted all at the same time.
While all the American Nu-Metal bands have come out with shameful releases. Devin Townsend and Co. have brought forth their fifth installation
It was a privilege to spend a half hour with Charlie Reid.
Terry Brooks brings his High Druid of Shannara trilogy to a rousing close.
John Saul brings a psychopath to suburbia.
Gather your nuts together, friends, next week is prime time to go book shopping...
On the list of people screwing up America, your behavior and attitudes are divisive work this nation doesn't need.
Trust him. He has a plan.
It's shouldn't be this hard to get a straight answer from the White House Press Secretary.
Jon Stewart let a little bit of anger show last night, "reporting" on the federal response to Katrina.
Guess how many people think the New Orleans evacuation was Bush's fault?
For once the spineless press asks the tough questions.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina thousands are dead, and people don’t want us to blame? Too bad.
Wal-Mart appeals not just to love of bargains, but to New Yorkers' feelings of belonging. The unions argue economics.
Why did Bush travel to Arizona and California before returning to Washington to deal with Katrina?
Where has the rational left of the 60s gone, and who has replaced them with these hate filled monsters?
Write to a US soldier.
You'll never be able to sit through this twice. Yes, that's a compliment.
Rock Hudson and Susan St. James keep the Bay Area clean. Of crime, that is.
They don't make 'em like they used to...
Takahata shows great versatility with his two most recent animated films, finally available in America.
TV viewers' habits are not just changing, they have changed. Legal methods exist for people to watch programs when they want to watch them, not when the networks dictate. The illegal methods take away the copyright holders' rightful place as the source, but in fighting those methods, they are fighting their own consumers.
Now my only respectable, reliable English source of news is “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart"
A couple years ago I discovered my identity had been stolen. Here are some tips so you can avoid a similar fate.
When you first drive in to the Lynchburg, Virginia’s, Old City Cemetery you get the feeling that you have entered...
As the shock of Hurricane Katrina’s destruction wears off, it seems there are three types of news stories...
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 07, 2005
The tortilla is the staple of Mexico. They taste good and travel badly. Make your own easily.