Liverpool and Manchester United play out a frustrating 0-0 draw in this early season North-West battle to be the best
Today's New York Times will carry an article by David Carr entitled, "More Horrible Than Truth: News Reports." The article
“Strange Visions In Bruxelles…”
The Exploration Systems Architecture Study has been released.
Revealing looks at newsmakers -- and news readers -- around the world.
Where should one draw this line, if anywhere, in fiction?
You need to be aware of what others are doing, applaud their efforts, acknowledge their successes. ...
'Parasitism is too mild a term for a relationship predicated on the periodic killing of large numbers of human beings.'
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 19, 2005
Electronica works great for Sinead. She's enough ghost to animate any machine.
"Give me strength to carry on Jah"-Rita Marley
It's good enough to make me think that I'm going to seek out this band when they tour.
On earlier projects band members shared the songwriting duties, but with this effort all tracks were written by guitarist Bill Taylor.
Master of Disaster and all-around sexy motherf*ck*r, Duane Peters, has compiled what is quite possibly the best punk rock compilation ever. This should come as no surprise to fans of Peters, who has been raising hell and skateboarding since the 70's.
An oral history of anarchy in the U.K—and the U.S.A. Nearly five hours of interviews and rare footage.
My recap of last night's presentation
The Good The Bad and the Unexpected
From the bizarre ranting of the oracles of ancient Greece to the chillingly ordinary conversations of Ted Bundy, the world of the insane has fascinated those of us occupying a more mundane plane of existence.
15 years of imprisonment... 5 days of vengeance
The winners of this year's Emmy awards, honoring the best in Television.
It’s probably to cool to last, so watch while you can.
It’s about knocking you off your cushy soapbox of quick and dirty judgment of others.
The story of a child genius
A new book from the author of He's Just Not That Into You
Set-point theory is repackaged with Curves merchandise and solid dietary guidance in a format anyone can use.
Many people have trouble accepting that a story written from the perspective of wild animals can be for adults.
The late Canadian author Robertson Davies, author of hugely entertaining campus sagas, was a true gift to modern literature.
I'm not sure where the rest of this country has been, but last time I checked, the government had always been horrible at handling disasters…and money…and power…and…everything else it's ever been handed. To be honest, I'm not quite sure why this surprised a single soul.<
Carter and Baker seek steps that would end the doubts that surrounded the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections.
Bill Clinton was on This Week on Sunday with a preview of the lies to expect in 2006 and 2008.
People are highly divided over whether the Democratic Party or the Republican Party best represents "biblical values".
Bush's weekly radio address sounded like a sermon.
Boston Sunday Globe stories on Constitution Day, relations with Israel, and the abortion rights lobby.
In the national debate on the war in Iraq, there has been surprisingly little debate on, well, the war coming from the anti-war crowd. Not only is this not helping their own cause, it is also rather dangerous- as the lack of a real debate on the real issues implicitly assures conformity to the Administration's side of such issues.
Remember the Gaza Pullout? See how classy the Palestinians are reacting. And Hamas on Israel - the truth.
After 15 years of stunning CD/DVD-based games, Cyan Worlds closed its doors this month.