Marit Larsen is ashamed of herself for yelling hurtful words to her boyfriend in the prosiac "Mirror Mirror."
A look at some of the best disturbing songs.
Rocky's simplicity leaves you satisfied.
Festivus is in full swing and I’m catching everything moving and more for you! More flavor from El Q! RIP Richard Pryor!
With their past hits like “My Crew, My Dawg” paving the way, T.O.K. has returned with Unknown Language.
My Morning Jacket’s hometown fans got a early Christmas present this year with an excellent concert from an very talented band.
Thanksgiving may have come and gone as it does every year, but ex-Kinks captain, Ray Davies' EP, Thanksgiving Day, leaves a lasting impression all year 'round.
Guest Celebrities to host Hostile Takeover On Sirius Radio
Anyone caught buying a Bo Bice album is just BEGGING for a trip to Camp Mimi.
Ken Block gives his friend a band-aid solution and blows him off in the cavalier "Change Your Mind."
We're back at it again. This time, trying to take the sting out of the holiday clichés.
The Toronto-based band has been making their mark up north. Now their album has finally made it to the states.
Janet Jackson searches for better things in the genial "Pleasure Priniciple."
Truth is tricky. We can't possibly see the whole picture of an issue in the bite-sized chunks of news we're willing to sit still for.
Welcome to a low budget, no frills, retooling, yet no less quality in total edition of the finest Blogcritics.org articles of the week
C'mon and listen -- you know you want to ...
Gong....school is in session. The rock is firmly in my palm, grasshoppers!
Is there a wrong way to blow bubbles with gum?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 14, 2005
Donovan McNabb must be wondering just what in the wide world of sports has happened to him this year…and I don’t blame him.
Who dares challenge me?
Build your own website, without expensive software. This book shows you how.
Pioneering sex researcher Alfred Kinsey quantifies the beast with two backs by way of charts and graphs, and displays some beastly behavior of his own.
When it's good, it's very good, but when it's not, it feels really, REALLY long.
A roller derby fatality and a writer's dead body highlighted here
Several selected BC movie reviewers weigh in on the best releases of 2005. Is your favorite here?
This is a cheap thriller that’s below run-of-the-mill.
Martha's and The Donald's Apprentice Finales Coming Soon. Predictions and observations here.
The 40-Year-Old Virgin is a cohesive comedy that contains a healthy balance of both heart and funny bone.
I don't think anyone watching this documentary can deny Barbara and Tibby's love for each other. So why must they be discriminated against?
Trust House to have a holiday-themed episode called “Deception” with the moral that people don't change their self-destructive ways.
Volume 1 of the Hong Kong DVD set reviewed
At least it's not the American version.
A semester in Prague reveals more than good soup.
Should capital puninshment be put to death? Are there reasons on both the Right and the Left to oppose the death penalty?
Get the truth straight from the source.
Novak makes a rare comment about the Valerie Plame investigation.
Beware "intelligent-design" activists. They're organized, GOP-approved and dangerous.
The 49th parallel has long symbolized how two sovereign nations with different beliefs can coexist and cooperate.
The latest polls from Iraq paint a wildly different picture from what most Americans have been led to expect, with a very positive outlook for the upcoming National Assembly election.
Eleventh-hour testimony from Time reporter Viveca Novak apparently will not save Rove.
Dogpatch in Dockers, Confederates in anger management: The South will rise again - and get a rise out of you in this superb story collection.
Nirvana turns out to be an apocalyptic wasteland eerily redolent of our own Earth. Out of the frying pan...
No skating found here! But are the graphical upgrades worth the price?
If this game was a PC screensaver, you'd never be able to go back to your ugly desktop.