Put this at the top of your viewing list.
Diner skillfully depicts a succinct link between six friends’ love for gravy fries, cherry-cola, and each other.
Lawrence Kaplow is...almost reverential in a recent interview as he struggled for words to describe how Laurie interprets their work.
Never seen it? No excuses... watch this movie.
They asked me why I believe in you...
It's time to indulge in that which indicates a dying show: the drinking game.
Babette’s Feast is a beautiful reminder of how bountiful the banquet of life can truly be.
When the Womack brothers began to move from gospel to R&B, their father threw them out of the house.
Director Schwentke fails to do what made Hitchcock so fascinating and engaging; Schwentke fails to acknowledge the audience.
San Francisco Bay Area TV horror host expert Doktor Goulfinger discusses his love of the scary genre.
Anyone who considers themselves fans of sketch comedy should make sure they can tune into SCTV.
Pure science fiction in film, a flick with depth and uniqueness
Canadian indie darlings Wolf Parade set their sights on conquering Philly.
Guest reviewer Fumo Verde asks, “Are you ready for the funk?”
Can Oasis make it three #1 singles in a row?
Michael Jackson warns an enemy not to mess with him in the swaggering "Bad."
Matt checks out Ann Arbor's avant garde jazz fest, featuring Henry Grimes, Tobias Delius and others.
Not just a Pavement side project, this is a record of unbelievable quality.
For those who...think that Boy George was the epitome of eighties rock, please listen to the Pogues...
The man who flipped the reggae world on its ear is back with a brand new invention.
Even the tickets that were still available on the web despite “sold out” status for the 7:30pm show were gone.
Famous figure of the American Civil Rights Movement dies.
What else happens every 28th day, besides the Devil Rays winning?
A very young family member is in the studio tonight, plus a new website design and big weekend plans.
Separate from the relationships we have with family and friends, we count on the conversations of strangers for connection.
Yesterday was IGN Live, a consumer gaming convention held at the Anaheim Convention Center. Here are photos!
A sneak preview review of the new Broadway revival of Sondheim's masterpiece, Sweeney Todd. Starring Patti LuPone and Michael Cerveris.
Money being raised for the 9/11 memorial would be better spent elsewhere.
Boeing and Lockheed Martin have engaged in an unlawful conspiracy to eliminate competition in the government launch business.
"The fight against crime must continue without ceasing"
If a female witness controls her emotions she's 'cold'; if she breaks down, she's either 'acting' or 'unstable'.
If "Don't" were good enough, you could just say "Don't feel!" and be done with it. Where's the DO list?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 24, 2005
Curmudgeonly look at the decline of a fine sport into indolence and sloth.
I was alone this weekend. Doesn't happen much and I like it less than I once did. Periodic isolation is, I think, a requirement for me as it allows me to re-center. The problem, of course, is as long as I'm strictly in my head without the balance of another soul, I could just as easily be off-center.
David Keene voiced something that maybe a lot of Republicans have privately been feeling.
When United Nations peacekeepers rape the people they were sent to protect..., they defeat the purpose of their mission...
How much would you pay to avoid a 0.0000008% chance of dying? Thus far, the answer is about $400 billion.
Today, for better or worse, Iraq is the central front of the war on terror. Should it be? Hell no.
Freshman Republican Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) tries unsuccessfully to trim transportation bill pork to free up money for Katrina-relief.
To what extent can we celebrate the United Nations' capacity to enforce the human rights standards in international law?
If I have to live next door to someone willing to call child-mutilating collateral damage, I want to know.
Former FBI Director Freeh on Clinton administration. Canada and Katrina. And always true...Patrick Henry.
It's as if we're trying to appoint Judge Judy to the Supreme Court. The difference, of course...
What is mind? No matter. Murakami has a knack for off-kilter titles, but this is actually descriptive.
Most people agree that this nation is headed in the wrong direction. We need a new vision.
I communicate the hypnotic effect of losing oneself in a puzzle, and the joy of discovery that drive the scientist.
A historical novel set in 16th century India tries unsuccessfully to whip up outrage against an iconic Christian saint.
Astros lose Clemens to injury ... Konerko, Podsednik hard to spell but harder to contain in Game 2