Filmed live in Germany, this DVD concert has Rick James and the Stone City Band at their best
If MTV screwed you by cutting away during Pink Floyd's set or other "inconsequential" music moments, this disc has you covered.
Let's review the sounds of the season incl. the best albums and songs of summer
The host of KCRW's "Morning Becomes Eclectic" offers "listening for every mood, moment and reason." In his opinion, anyway.
"Sir Paul Sells Out." That's a powerful headline. It's also a pile of baloney. There is no such thing
Blues for Katrina
Frontier Index goes down like a cold mountain brewed beer.
An album that, while not on the same plane as the desperately yearning Let Go, has its own rewards.
If you really, really like singer-songwriter stuff, and James Taylor is too hard rock for you, then jump all over this
If you've scarfed down a bag of cookies, your pooch won't wag his tail when you get home...
Think there may be controls under the hood of Firefox you haven't seen yet? You're right...
Where are all the female bloggers? Here, in my weekly "top ten" posts.
When we’re celebrating the finest television has to offer, it shouldn't be a chore to give equal time to writers.
Rather than blame anyone for what happened, look for ways to ameliorate the problem and do it better next time.
His incompetence cost lives...
I didn't realize everyone was getting easy 9/11 loans except me.
FEMA Director Michael Brown -- the worst federal official since James Watt -- will no longer head the Katrina response.
With no humility, a Grandmother Blogger posted the bad premise that caused problems in the Katrina disaster. I was right.
Instead, the GOP is forming a Congressional committee, which Democrats fear is designed to shield the Bush Administration.
Latest poll shows alarming drops in approval for the President, suggesting resignation inevitable.
Colin Powell acknowledges his role in misleading the world. Why did he play the stooge?
I knew it: it's already started... it's here at Blogcritics... in Congress... everywhere...
Chertoff almost certainly lied to NBC's Tim Russert, repeated it, and then watched as it became a GOP taling point.
In the world of tomorrow, 9-5 is a life sentence.
The new FOX series tells an interesting tale of six inseperable friends over the course of 20 years.
about the work that a group of Federal Air Marshalls performed in the most dreadful of situations during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Babies change Capitalists to Marxists in the most personal of ways!
The Funnies for Sept. 09,05
Air America Radio, just a year and a half old, is poised to grab the top spot in talk-radio for the Portland, Oregon market.
...making Falcon 9 the most cost efficient vehicle in its class - worldwide.
One article on poker bots takes the standard view -- the bots are bad and the online sites are policing it.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 09, 2005
Proper charity as I understand it is ultimately a selfish motivation borne from empathy.
It's an All-Katrina Pop Culture Update. Celebrities, wise ones all, exploit the tragedy for their own publicity.
Of the characters that Bob Denver played in TV, Maynard G. Krebs is my favorite.
Ben Miraski mourns the loss of his muse...sort of.
Some teams look to pull away in their division. Others are playing just to play in the postseason.
Linguist Nicholas Ostler offers an engaging perspective on the rise and fall of the Great Powers of the word.
Holtzbrinck Publishers is podcasting to promote new books.
I had been scanning a Cape calendar of events, and noticed an ongoing exhibition of The Gashlycrumb Tinies.
It's going to be 12 books even if the 12th book is 1,500 pages long. So get ready.
History was never such fun! The Nantucket Trilogy and other must-read Alternate History thrillers.
9-9-99... you know you bought one.