Ann Coulter's way too free in using the word "treason." Still, Bill Clinton sold US out for a song...
David Gemmell's new novel successfully reinvents the tale of the Trojan war.
An entertaining merger of fact, fiction, and the inner world of spies.
She has a richness of texture, a complexity of character and exploration of still-current themes that Christie can't match.
Unfortunately good research does not a good novel guarantee.
Esquire says:" A handful of tastemakers can make or break a musician's career. The most artistically savvy is Nic Harcourt."
Never again will you be forced to relax from preparing breakfast and washing clothes without a romantic read waiting.
Dull and boring. Awesome DVD though.
Who is the smelliest member of your tribe?
Just in time for Halloween comes the videos of Helloween!
Lars von Trier doesn’t care what people think of him, and he probably doesn’t care who sees his new film. You should see it regardless and discuss with your friends. Opens in the U.S. in February.
Basket Case not the worst horror movie ever - but certainly deserves its POO rating from this disappointed critic. Blah!
Serenity has been on my mind since Friday. I have never seen the TV show Firefly on which the movie is based, so I was awed by the Sci-Fi movie.
You'll have it figured out in 20 minutes. Keep going for the performances.
Tom will have one hell of a time disciplining his child. "Hey! Don't jump on the couch!"
Don’t let the posters fool you. This isn’t an airhead movie.
A former first lady nearby, an adolescent loses a diary left loose. Some of the unbelievable plotting of this series.
The winner is announced!
Neptune's favorite investigator is back.
Sample three tracks from Boston rock band Aberdeen City before their first LP The Freeazing Atlantic is released. You won't be disappointed.
I came into this record expecting to hate it. I came out of it smiling.
Mariah Carey finds someone to count on in the refined ballad.
Detroit's own Dwele of Slum Village fame has birthed a gem in the fine tradition of Motown legend Marvin Gaye.
The year 2012: filled with zombies, wolves and vampires who know how to shake their asses like it's 1978.
The space shuttle Endeavour is returning to active duty status joining the other orbiters Discovery and Atlantis.
Deep beneath the surface of our oceans, ancient forests of cold water corals, soft seapens, sponges and seawhips are in...
When I emailed the group, who should reply but the author himself! How’s that for technical support?
Who's going to keep the foxes out of Dubya's henhouse?
So maybe this will shut up those Republicans for now.
In The Middle is an attempt to focus more on what unites us than what divides us. Can two reasonable people from opposite ends of the political spectrum put aside partisanship and meet in the middle? We think so.
George W. Bush, allegedly on a mission from God.
To guarantee "we can respond properly," Bush should stop putting political cronies in key positions.
Conservatives worry that Harriet Miers will be a repeat of Justice David Souter (gasp, a liberal!)
1,935 dead, and counting, for perhaps nine years.
DC Abstract painter John Blee in his last solo show.
Are Christian law schools the wave of the future?
This year's Nobel Prize in Medicine rewards a scientific triumph that overturned medical conventional wisdom.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 06, 2005