It's about love - its presence, its absence, the troubles it makes for us and the rescues it alone can effect.
It is a journey of discovery as their emotional maturity comes to a head.
World At War picks up eighteen months after the first sequel closed.
The show Cops has made it clear you can't get arrested if you're dressed.
Why Giada De Laurentiis hosts the best cooking show on TV.
Somebody tell the guy with the race goggles at the Washington Post: Harold Lloyd's work is universal because of the slapstick.
It’s well acted, well observed, and well written
From the view of a Harry Potter fan.
Still watching. Still Enjoying. Still noting the impossible and yes, the desirable
By placing a racial template on Shakespeare's classic play, "Othello," we are perhaps missing the true feeling of exoticism and the tenuous visual divide between black and white.
From the composite intellectual consciousness of a mighty entity comes the weekly sneering perusal of the issues of the day.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 17, 2005
What has not changed is in the nature and use of the visual images of women in the media.
There's something different this week. Click and see if we can spread the love.
An Anglican Communion split seems imminent. God must be weeping.
In the venomous "This Is How A Heart Breaks," Rob Thomas' neuroses has distanced him from his girlfriend, upsetting him.
This song is as pure as a hymn on Sunday morning.
Once you hear this, you'll start marking the dates on your calendar for the Mother Hips' next full-length.
A fine-sounding and lovingly presented encapsulation of rock's greatest improvisational band at their earliest peak.
This is more down-to-earth rock, but it seems to be somewhat hookless
...they are still Rock and Roll and still damn good music, and in the end isn't that all that matters.
New live Bright Eyes disc that devout fans will salivate over and curious onlookers will certainly enjoy.
Physicists get Einstein. Musicians get Mozart. Artists get Picasso. And writers, they strive to match the good ol' Bill S.
Dark Horse Comics releases a classic Japanese manga featuring a tale of bloody revenge.
I wish Steven Shaw would come to my dinner party.
All is not well inside Plum Island, one of the U.S. government's top disease laboratories.
there really is no endpoint to grief
While it runs counter to accepted wisdom on addiction and recovery, Frey's philosophy is a truth that resonates for him, and he makes it resonate for his audience.
What innovative things are people doing to reach a specific group of podcast listeners?
Brain drain and things that go bump in the head lead you to an overwhelming question: "Dude, where's my Cortex?"
Dick Cheney proves once again that he is one.
Are laws that strip felons of their voting rights legally necessary or are they a form of racial discrimination?
We need to set aside the false notion of “balance” on the US Supreme Court.
Yes, an actual picture of Saddam Hussein’s WMD. With them, he could have annihilated the planet.
Bob Woodward replaces Judy Miller as the subject of media scorn.
Most would agree: The Iraq war was poorly planned and executed. Still, we're there - and for now, we need to stay.
If you're forming an energy policy, doesn't it make sense to meet with representatives of the companies which produce energy?
Eddie Guerrero was 38 years old, and was in tremendous shape. But his death was, sadly, not a shock.
... or at least significantly changed. "Women's" gymnastics is child abuse.
An infamous gamer turns up on Jeopardy -- as a question.