I've been thinking for the last day about dead bodies
There was a Korean Elvis impersonator with an American "from LA", dressed as Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz.
Every year, I am fortunate enough to be asked by a history professor, from whom I have taken three semesters of history...
You really should read that small print at the foot of the bill...
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 11, 2005
When you're broke and in need of money for school, options limit down to one thing: beauty pageants.
These conditions are a breeding ground for disease. But these conditions are also a breeding ground for urban myths.
...the idea of free speech has to be relieved of its iconic status.
In the wake of Katrina, people are stepping up to help, in whatever way they can.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer appears to have more than one motive for wanting to "kill" Google.
Well, they finally have it all figured out. Bush did plan for Katrina!
Republicans have long opposed a minimum wage for federal contracts. So why not suspend it during a national catastrophe.
Four years have passed since 9/11 and one thing is clear: We're still not ready.
Bush and Congress are facing woeful approval ratings.
Final Verdict = “No Compromize” = No question, no doubt! Judge D’s got something to say and you should listen! COP THAT!!
The veteran folk-rock troubadour returns with a century-spanning set of songs that rank among his finest.
A Japanese trio strikes gold on their first U.S. release. One of the best records of the year.
An alternative take on Death Cab's major-label break out album.
John Vanderslice's latest effort, Pixel Revolt, is what some would dub a lyrical masterpiece -- and, of course, not without just cause.
Foreigner; Journey; Heart; Blue Oyster Cult; Styx; .38 Special; Meat Loaf; REO Speedwagon; Boston; Pat Benatar; Cheap Trick; Peter Frampton; Kansas; Ted Nugent; The Tubes; Kiss; Bad Company; Pink Floyd; Aerosmith; Loverboy
The 13-track CD ended up being a mixed bag. But, as an overview of Ritenour’s career, it’s an honest representation.
One of my top ten films of the year, part 2 focuses more on part 1's minor characters.
The castaways will be stranded amid the ancient Mayan ruins of northern Guatemala.
Less courtroom, more evil, is what this movie needed.
This week, Reunion's series premiere and Shelter From The Storm comments.
Pangs of New York: Caleb Carr or Herbert Asbury the author is not...
Two words: French-fry soup. Or is that three words?
Honours even in the Manchester Derby but for the United faithful drawing at home to City feels almost like defeat
Great concept wasted, but it keeps the potential for the character.