Pop can be good, and it is with this band
This performance is a demonstration that even the great musicians are not always compatible with each other.
New Vines release, Britain loves to Imagine, Apple sues, and Blige reaches top of the charts...
Neither the blindingly obvious classic the music press wanted nor the half-finished mumblings of Doherty's Tabloid Junkie Waster persona.
Michael Hutchence lets his girlfriend in on his troubles in the clunky "Gift."
Rock music was different back in the eighties. If you weren't leather, spandex or hairspray, you were long hair, sport coats, and tight jeans.
Ben Chasny & Chris Corsano deliver one of the most beautiful and atmospheric records of 2005 in School of the Flower
William Basinski is an amazing, intelligent artist who has created some of the best music of the 00s. His latest work is a beautiful, delicate examination of hope and despair.
Author Mary Roach follows up her best-selling book on death with an investigation into the afterlife.
Female detectives in Botswana lead us to slices of life and mystery in Africa. Fun, happy, sweet and satisfying.
This astonishing French graphic novel and memoir by David B. will change the way you think about cartoon art.
More than 90 percent of married men would marry the same woman if they had a chance to do it again
Do literature and the arts, like religion, express social emotions and play a vital part in maintaining an ethical culture?
A well-rounded overview of blogging and how to make it work for businesses even during times of a business crisis.
A well-marketed effort to get graying boomers to think about the personal goals and purposes in life in retirement planning.
This forgotten anti-war classic that could have been called "Farewell To Arms, Legs and Face."
You can't judge a film by its name
An eerily prophetic account of the present.
Ring in the new year with two very different, very good comedies.
Woody Allen gets serious.
As the sales of the movie and show continue to soar, Joss Whedon talks about his film in this exclusive footage.
No, not in the it's a crap wastoid lost culture soulless crunch of inevitable biosphere husked out cortex shutdown kind of way.
The comments are the heart of Blogcritics, a wild, after-the-storm river; wide, deep and dark, glistening with flotsam and jetsam.
For 51 years, the Rose Parade seemed to be charmed
Like all art, the blogosphere encompasses the real, the surreal and the unreal. This creates some challenges.
#2: Buy something from Victoria's Secret to get back on their catalog mailing list.
With the expansion of the importance of political documentaries on our culture, and conflict has arisen: the dichotomy between the sensational (and often treacherous) vision of the world as seen through this new media, and the realities of the mundane world of factual cause-and-effect. To the masses, life keeps getting worse and something must be done about it. Reality- though mundane- actually shows us something different.
When people tell me to forgive and forget, I tell them I forgot for twenty years and look where it got me.
I would apologize for being so blatantly over-the-top with the shameless, self-serving ego bit.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for January 02, 2006
Annie Duke, Jennifer Tilly, and PokerBabes
A nearly flawless portable gaming experience.
A turn-based classic in prime portable form.
Despite blowing off my plans for a "Space Year In Review", I would like to share two rather nice pictures...
"We are as proud as could be that Jony is receiving such a prestigous commendation."
What kind of signals are we sending to the Constitution terrorists if we don’t speak out against the erosion of liberty right now?
Are government computer listening to you right now? Should they be if it's an effective way to identify and investigate potential terrorists?
I swear all of these reasons are genuine. Pay no attention to the satire tag.
If Robby Gordon wins the Dakar Rally it will be the biggest American upset since the 1980 "Miracle on Ice"
The former Ohio State running back was accused of robbing two people at gunpoint.