Tired of living vicariously through his delusions, a young Russian looks for love and riches in all the wrong places.
Doing the unthinkable for a kitchen-sink-and-all account about reading the entire Encyclopedia Britannica. Come along for the ride, from point a-ak to point zywiek.
Adam Levine's on-again, off-again relationship with his girlfriend is truly over in the defeated "This Love."
We finally got through to Santa and he has provided us with a list of the tunes in his iPod this year!
Jewel wonders if she made the right decision by moving to a new town in the doubtful "Standing Still."
One Man’s Year is an album that transcends categories, as it describes that entire arc of a young artist's career, from hunger to satisfaction, from self-rejection to self-discovery
This remix attempts to exist as an individual album rather than a companion piece. It succeeds at being both.
Vanessa Carlton pines for her boyfriend as she travels alone in the dainty "A Thousand Miles."
I'm on my first paid vacation. I needs me some quality reruns to kill the late hours.
The PTC, everybody's favorite "non-partisan" media watchdog, is at it again, scratching at the back door of reason and begging to be let out.
One of 2005's best and most awaited DVD releases
Monday nights on ABC are sure to be a hit with Emily's Reason's Why Not, Jake In Progress, and The Bachelor, all premiering January 9.
All fluff and no substance, The God Who Wasn't There fails to make a coherent argument.
Guest Reviewer Mil Peliculas goes a few rounds with the Cinderella Man
As a child I always looked forward to all the holiday specials. These shows were all mandatory family viewing in our house.
The secret ingredient to this show's success is GREED.
Turkey stands at the gates of the European Union—an ideological trial against one of the world's finest novelists threatens to drag it right back.
One FISA judge said members could suggest disbanding the court, after Bush said he had the power to bypass it.
They don't want to set a dangerous precedent for team owners having to help finance a stadium out of their own pocket.
We have to start considering these countries as equal trading partners, not grocery stores
The documents and interviews (surprise, surprise) conflict with assertions by U.S. military officials.
In 2004, Bush spoke of the need for a court order in order to wiretap alleged terrorists.
Wherein I'm destroyed by chaos like a miscalculated fractal.
2006's version of the Indianapolis 500 is bound to be twice as Andretti-y, as IRL aims to compete with NASCAR.
They locked up home field advantage and are no longer undefeated. How should they play the rest of the season?
Johnny Damon may be a traitor, but the Red Sox aren't blameless. They're clueless.
Delivering on a promise: lumps of fuck and Christmas wishes.
Bottom Line: Housing will remain strong in 2006.
The winner of Martha Stewart's Apprentice did not get picked. Stewart chose a fellow magazine publisher, instead.
If the actor and first-time playwright is really writing about what he knows, then all of the stereotypes are true.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 22, 2005
Lisa needed two things: a completed afghan and a way to throw preconceived notions out the window.
Thank goodness there's more than one kind of guy.
Personally, I just wish that Sinead O'Connor would stop sending me these coded messages through the astral plan offering to have my baby.
The 2006-2007 NASA budget includes language to ensure NASA completes a balanced science plan and requires a report to Congress every two years.
For me, the holidays are about one thing and only one thing: I like to see Santa kick some serious ass.
The secret mysteries and food of Lebanon from forlorn traveller. With recipes!