El Caballo drove in the runs. Chris Capuano provided the wins. The rest of the young Crew gave Milwaukee a respectable season.
Microsoft's critical update for Windows wins the Bug of the Month
Ekaterina Dashkova was a pioneering science administrator and linguist. So she's best known as Catherine the Great's "tester" of men.
Leave it to conservatives to align the miracle of a cervical cancer vaccine with their fear of sex.
This book is very well written and details many great suggestions that I endorse.
Does it sound like we can spare any of our water?
A witty little book of essays explores the enduring impact of the "original chick-lit masterpiece."
Feiler takes us once again on a journey through the Holy Land in search of spiritual fulfillment.
Women were, through this engagement with the written word, beginning the long, tortuous climb into the public world.
The book preaches to the choir and I wonder if it had any influence beyond those already predisposed to listen.
Can Wal-Mart's new "war room" help show the public that the ends really justify the means?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 01, 2005
Education is our best defense.
Poop on the Pastries? The Horowitz murder gets more bizarre. Sketch of dead Chicago boy available.
Valerie Plame conspired with her husband to make this completely inappropriate effort to use her professional status for political ends. She should be fired.
Tom DeLay's attorney won round one - he got a new judge to preside over DeLay's criminal trial.
Senate Democrats today have shown how desperate they are and how few ideas they have to offer.
Osama has been reacting defensively in recent days to accusations that he has created a "quagmire" in Iraq.
“Shall we continue to build palace after palace for the rich, or give to the needy and the poor”
But before you start cheering, take a good look at the historical record of states where the governments fail.
Like a Mata Chalabi, he plied Judy with champagne at St. Regis & with fantastical tales about the non-existent nukes.
Part power pop, punk and feminist action, Jerra's brand of D.I.Y. pop punk has just enough sugary sweet substance to not decay your teeth.
New music time. Pharrell, Ladytron, OK Go and more
The soundtrack for George Clooney's latest film is sultry and atmospheric; what's more, it stands on its own.
Charlie Peacock's latest album is an eclectic fusion of classic jazz and urban electronica.
I suppose if I'd had to deal with things like a brain aneurysm, I'd be looking back a little too.
Fergie receives expensive clothes and lots of attention due to her voluptuous curves in the abominable "My Hump."
Let’s face it. At forty-five, I’m a little old to be chasing down up and coming rockers for interviews.
The band speaks for a new generation, who’ve had their rage calmed by legal pushers of Prozac and Ritalin.
Dasun Allah was charged with criminal mischief for the desecration of a Jehovah's Witnesses church.
This is an album that has the duo looking back at their own work for inspiration.
The best of the three, no question.
Saw II cut a bloody swath through all comers.
Many films enter. One film leaves.
Screen legend Olivia de Havilland will be honored with an Academy Tribute on June 15, 2006
And pretty women were coming up asking "What do you wear under your kilt?" The reply? "On a good day, lipstick."
"If you're undefeated, you're fighting the wrong people"