Kim Wilde meets the perfect guy and not much else in the bungled single.
Depeche Mode comes back from the brink with their Playing the Angel tour
Through the years, music fashioned by fusion has had its successes and failures, but all of it remains distinct and loyal to its origins.
Fifteen years on, Dinosaur Jr. is still the most unlikely rock band on the planet.
Oh, the humanity - now Black Friday takes on a new meaning in the wake of senseless tragedy and violence.
A Meltdown covering Reculver, Murdoc, Anthrax, Dragonforce, Indukti, and Rob Zombie.
He was the right man in the right time, and his death marked the end of that time.
In the beginning was The Darkness. And The Darkness was good. Then God said, "Let there be rock!"
Easily the most obscure entry in the Kong series.
It's the US version, not even half as good as the Japanse original.
Thoughts on the latest Barbara Walters special, The Ten Most Fascinating People of 2005.
As the team digs deeper and deeper, these mysteries are more complex than they seem.
Is there a Santa Claus? If you, or someone you know are having any doubts, this film is a must see!
The star is the camera. It peers through the murk to see a greasy strand of hair, a goosebumped arm, a bottomless pool of mud.
Detroit Lions head coach Steve Mariucci is fired...
Canada sure loves its curling, and December 3-11 will have some fierce competition to witness in Halifax.
We is good. Here's proof of the most goodliness.
The mind reels...
King Kong is all over New York City these days with even a State Lottery game being issued in his honor.
Without so much as a "Happy Thanksgiving Grandma!" he sternly asks Dear Grandma if she received his updated wish list.
Any writers out there who got fired from Suite101.com? Read about how they feel about real people.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 30, 2005
By the time some of you get this podcast, it might well be too late. Nguyen Tuong Van will be dead.
Did Sen. Harry Reid blab about a top-secret report - again?
A woman who carried out a suicide attack in Iraq two weeks ago was identified Tuesday as the first European female suicide bomber
Why does the US have such horrid leadership? Look at your countrymen.
Most readers of this front-page New York Times story would conclude that its subject, Dr. Ray Harron, is a crook.
Just in time for the season of goodwill, Fox's biggest blowhard has published his enemies' list.
Congress Critters yowl about their pork cuts. Defining "success" and a little Twain.
There is courage in the spiritual battle that Tom Fox and other pacifists in Iraq have endured.
The Bush Administration should look at itself before accusing others of rewriting history.
Breaking Up Is Hard To Do
Wyos in the badlands of milk and honey, by the author of the soon-to-be-a-controversial-motion-picture Brokeback Mountain.
Go Tell It On The Mountain is one of the finest novels written in American history.
It's quiet at the publishing houses, busy at the bookstores, as we move deeper into holiday shopping season.
A fascinating overview of the "big picture" of how the world has quickly changed since 2000.
Google has fine-tuned this concept with the Gmail invitation ... receive one and you are a cook geek; pass them on and you are Uber-Geek
Uniformed, hypocritical, and a thorn in any gamers side.