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It’s happening again, that edgy winter feeling, now that the holidays have passed...
Thanks to the state of Oregon and the Supreme Court, government has created a death industry. Many will get rich.
Should I stay and take the demotion or resign and begin anew somewhere else?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for January 25, 2006
Just another teenage movie?
Book of Daniel is axed from the NBC Friday night line-up. Go Figure.
The moral compass for Friday nights has lost its way.
This fall, The WB and UPN will cease to exist. In their place will be The CW.
The guy who does those DVD previews thinks he knows so much. Well, does he?
My first foray into Spanish metal is promising.
State Radio is that voice for this generation. and Us Against The Crown follows through and gives everything the name implies it will. . . protest music.
If I didn't already have a fairly interesting name, I would seriously consider changing mine to Cat Power, too.
Shaming spyware makers, The Foo Fighters and NSA editing tips in today's Daily Music and Tech News update.
The Gourds' latest is so tailor-made for barbeque and swimming pool milieux, you might catch yourself wondering why it was released in late January and not early June.
I have listened to the industry talk about how all this downloading and file sharing is ruining them. But I am here today to tell them the truth.
Herring is refreshing because he is not the next big thing - he's just doing his thing.
Rosanne Cash's honeyed, heartbreaking alto can loosen up even a room full of jaded music-industry insiders.
For anyone looking for some driving rock with a dash of originality, and still-relevant lyrical content, this is a good place to start.
Given her proper due, Jana Hunter has the potential to become an acquired taste every bit as beloved as her patron saint Devendra Banhart.
Wil McCarthy has released an update to his book Hacking Matter as a Multimedia Edition. This new edition has been released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivatives license and is freely available as a download.
“The sky is falling, the sky is falling,” cried Chicken Little. No, not quite. The chickens are falling.
Uncovered today have been a powerful Ancient Egyptian queen and a tiny Sumatran swamp-dweller, the "world's smallest vertebrate".
A weight-loss drug that causes a wide range of gastrointestinal side-effects is to be widely available. Is this a great country or what?
A unique quasi-poetic look at the two legged barstool of political discourse.
Lawyers for death row inmate Clarence Hill will argue lethal injection is cruel and unusual punishment before the Supreme Court
Ailing Emir is removed by an historic vote, ending a rift within the ruling family.
Venezuelan liberator Simon Bolivar once wrote that the nations that now comprise Spanish-speaking Latin America should naturally be drawn to common causes, due to their “common origin, language, customs, and religion”.
Stein wrote a column that was idiotic and poorly thought-out. Here's what he should have said.
The Thousandfold Thought, like its predecessors, is the work of a masterful storyteller.
I am definitely thinking about this diet at least every six seconds.