In a 3-1 hole, the Angels must figure out Chicago's pitching tonight or else they'll view the World Series on FOX.
Week 5 victories a la Denver and Carolina keep our two finalists in the running.
"Riding to Vanity Fair" is worthy of McCartney's name.
Fiona's finest so far.
Sweet and pink and full of sugary goodness that will probably kill your teeth but you can't get enough of it.
These indie darlings create a rock/folk-pop/twee indie sound with the coolness of a Swedish winter.
Wire; The Waterboys; Styx; Tom Verlaine
I want to personally celebrate a different sort of Top 10. These are ten of my favorite albums, that have been with me for ten years or more. Yours is a great list too. In fact, post it up.
One of the go-to bands if you want to enjoy the stimulation of your mind and your booty.
It demands a good few listens, even if its tendency toward the insane prevents a lasting place in your playlist.
Without crossing the line into New Age pap his songs attempt to celebrate the potential of the human spirit.
Another and perhaps more useful frame would be to call this absolutely the best jam band album ever.
THE LAW FORBIDS SPENDING PUBLIC FUNDS ON AN ABORTION. End of story. It doesn't matter how badly this late wants to be rid of her unborn child, it matters that the public decided they don't want to be forced to pay for it.
Re: Karl Rove. I suspect I'm not the only one to investigate that exquisite expression: "to frog-march."
Why is Santorum distancing himself from Bush ... again?
I came home last night on a London bus, walked a kilometre from the stop, and wasn't murdered or mugged!
Miller Time must end.
In 2205 some Iraqi might defend his views because it is what Ahmad Chalabi intended, and be taken seriously.
So I say I like autumn for what it is, for what it represents, and what it promises.
The best of the week that was for Blogcritics.org
I spent three weeks getting to know the deliciously tiny Fujitsu P1510d, a convertible touch screen notebook.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 16, 2005
If you’re wondering if Elizabethtown is as boring as its ads...
The Fog achieves the right balance of scaremongering without drifting too far into slasher movie
The Duke's October Horror-Fest takes in Schrader's "Lost Masterpiece"
Great for kids, but the adult humor doesn't save it for anyone over 10.
Is he a lightning rod? The Anti-Christ? Just another cog in the Bush machine? Or the Perfect Rovian Storm?
High doses of cannabinoids promote(s) the generation of neuron growth in the hippocampuses of rats.