John Ondrasik yearns to return his youth in the self-indulgent "100 Years."
It is typical Santana sound and proof that really good music transcends understanding the language it is recorded in.
Anyone with an interest in country music should own this record.
Bill Kreutzmann's son Justin remembers life on the road with the Grateful Dead and some epic hookups with The Who...
It's sort of like Premier Kisof or Jesus in The Last Temptation of Christ, torn between social obligation and wanting to impregnate Mary Magdalene.
A new Loggins & Messina release is a testament to two fine soloists and to one amazing musical collective.
The new rarities collection from the Philadelphia group is mostly outstanding, even if it's definitely no "Beginner's Guide."
The night Lennon and Garcia met in New York City
most Christmas albums don't offer much...they ruin it...I found this CD to be one of the best Christmas albums ever
Who dares challenge me?
And so it ends, not with a bang but a whimper. No, not the universe, but “The Balco Saga.”
26-year-old Dane Fife has a young, inexperienced team. And he's a Bob Knight disciple. Prepare for entertainment.
The US executes inmate number 1,000 at 2 am Friday; China, Iran, Vietnam and US account for 97% of global executions.
Today the world remembers those we have lost to the pandemic - and vows to continue the fight.
The GOP wants to change the subject to avoid discussing its wrongs. It won't work.
The liberal party is fueling a defeatist mentality regarding Iraq. Eventually, this will lead to its failure.
Israel has much to learn from Greece's Gen. Metaxas. He did not temporize, compromise or set up commissions. He said "no."
Ho Chi Minh, the winning Vietnam general, said, "We live here. We would have fought you for 300 years."
When is a person legally a person?
Joe Lieberman enters dangerous territory by telling the truth about Iraq. Will it launch -- or doom -- his 2008 campaign?
The Extra Large version of the Pewcast -- just in time for the holidays!!!
Unfortunately, along with a major movie release comes all the commercial tie-ins that will make a lot of money but will, ultimately, also have the potential to cheapen the substance and compromise the character of the movie and the book that inspired it.
Why you should treat your resume like a gun strapped to your leg-just like in the days of the wild west.
Not sure what to get the kid who won't leave his iPod at home? How about some underwear?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 01, 2005
Who's stealing 250 ft. light poles in Baltimore? Robert Blake civil verdict; Lisa Montgomery-death penalty?
Four characters split and retie the skiens of life that flow through this play. It is raw and basic, but effective.
Sony's secret root-kit installation gets the top spot for the month's bugs.
Microsoft wears the crown. Google wants it. But will Wikipedia steal it from them both?
A polluted oasis for refugees from "positive," heartwarming, family-friendly entertainment.
The Forgotten is nothing more than an insipid piece of work in the fashion of a so-so episode of “The X-Files.”
White Noise is an utter cacophony of insanely predictable plot developments, silly science, and stupid static.
Cameron Crowe's latest film had some critics claiming it lacked conflict. But is that anything new?
“Mistakes are as serious as the results they cause.”
An action movie still needs a story. Otherwise, it becomes like a porn flick: people just wait around for the “banging” sequences.
A clever and incisive exploration of the life of a female chess champion.
A rip-roaring, can’t put down story that spans over 2000 years and ranges from Egypt to Homestead, Florida.
An alternate history in which the future breaks with the past when 21st century warriors return to fight WWII.
A film novelization showing the different qualities inherent in the written word and the visual form.
"And in a week or two, if you make the charts, the girls will tear you apart..."
A sci fi novel exploring the distant possibilities of humanity.
Steve Goodman: Face The Music: new biography of the man who wrote "City Of New Orleans"