Madonna is anxious for her boyfriend to return her call in the foxy "Hung Up."
It's the soul of an album, and perhaps a relationship or two.
What’s the 4-1-1? The Bloodhound Gang returns with their long-awaited new album.
What's the 4-1-1? Debut release by the Richmond, Virginia metal band.
The Grabs aren't bringing anything new into the world, but at least they're having a good time.
This playlist contains songs whose titles are palindromes. Rats Live On No Evil Star!
This Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex soundtrack is an uneven collection of songs.
B.B. King, Albert King, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Eric Clapton, Dr. John, Billy Ocean, Gladys Knight, Etta James, Chaka Khan, and Paul Butterfield
The Floacist and the Songstress return with another dose of smooth, sexy R & B.
Mid-American Conference football: Bowling Green defeats Miami 42-14; also, Toledo suffers a rare home loss to Northern Illinois
Who dares challenge me?
While drooling over December releases, I view deliberately-destroyed buildings in Las Vegas, or explore deeper meanings of Batman...
A distinguished feminist historian says there were 300 learned women up until 1700. Stevenson multiplies that figure by ten.
Completely devoid of logic or thought, but it's the Rock and he beats people up as good as anybody.
It’s almost as if a dumb American comedy about marriage, infidelity, and sex was forced to look deep inside itself.
Country group "Alabama" messes up big time. Dolly & Elton? And what was with that stupid song they sang?
The first teaser trailer for Darren Aronofsky's latest is online and worth seeing.
Mix some E.T., Close Encounters, adolescent sexiness and the standard script for Sci-Fi and you've got NBC's Surface.
...from a show that rarely preaches unless it's going to turn that sermon around on us.
Coal Miner’s Daughter is enjoyable to watch because it is driven by its acting and Lynn's wonderful songs.
Some have hailed blogging as the end of "mainstream media." I don't think so.
"Learning To See… Talk Of Obsessions… Naomi By Oberst Glow"
May he rest in eyebrow-waxed, manscaped peace.
America's No. 1 home builder reports higher profits for 2005, expects increased profits in 2006.
"Prices Soaring Higher And Higher / I Guess That They Are Going To Reach The Moon"
A Christmas comic strip
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 16, 2005
Check out the four real reasons they never told you and the three fake reasons you fell for.
Yep, the US military in Iraq used a toxic chemical weapon intended to kill and maim.
Contrary to previous statements, the military now admits to using incendiary weapons in Iraq. A more honest institution would have also confessed for illegally using such weapons against innocent civilians.
Let's review some "real time" history instead of accepting Bush's empty spin about "rewritten" history.
For the first time, the GOP-led Senate publicly challenged the president on his handling of Iraq and Guantanamo.
Oil execs say they didn't discuss policy with Dick Cheney's energy task force. A new document says they did.
A new video from the RNC shows the hypocrisy of Democrat leaders, but weakens its message by diluting it with unnecessary explanation.
Congress uses impeachment for political purposes - not to punish errant presidents.