Regardless of his sexual orientation, he convincingly sells a relationship with a woman
Here's the complete list of this week's major new album releases
To help celebrate 25 years in the music business, the melodic rock powerhouse Night Ranger gives their fans a little gem to tide them over until the band's new studio release in 2006.
Katharine Donelson delivers the Music and Tech headlines of the day.
It was either a TDK-SA 90 or a Maxell XLII...
Singer Jeremy Leff has a wonderful voice for psychedelic music: he has perfected the breathy, golden acid-drop whisper and the honey-slow chorus drone.
So, are they "the next big thing"? Probably not, but do they really need to be?
Ego and unexplained weirdness sink the single.
It's a shame that a group with such a popular first single doesn’t have an album to back it up.
On their seventh release, this Aussie trio proves they're as fresh and exciting as ever.
The wide net around the activities of lobbyist Jack Abramoff has touched the nation's major media corporations.
Two guys I hung out with at UMass are now infamous. Oy!
Because of him, and fellow milbloggers like him we can read about the truth in Iraq and Afghanistan.
With the recent hysterics from all political positions regarding the Supreme Court, perhaps it is time to take a breath and look at the larger issue of our on-going constitutional meltdown.
The tax will be 23 percent of the total of the-price-and-the-tax.
Harry Belafonte spreads 'goodwill' in Venezuela and provides fodder for US comedians with more crazed and confused comments.
It was much more difficult than I expected...
Documenting all that matters in my life adds meaning to it.
How many times have we heard about “the beautiful people” who are to be found in Hollywood?
Have you ever seen someone very close to you edging towards death?
Stern and company had very little new or interesting to offer.
His book's trivialization of the people who have made a real commitment to change is more criminal than anything he claims to have done
I’m not too sure but I'm glad that we met ten years hence.
An extremely positive (non-negative) review of Apple's iPod.
Updates on Body Builder and Cruise Ship Murders. Marion Barry mugged. Moose killer and child rapist get same sentence.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for January 10, 2006
Though uncommon, boanthropy, or a belief that you are a cow, is a problem with which we all must cope.
Downey and Kilmer show they can still have fun in breezy, fun directing debut from Shane Black
A recap and review of the first episode of the second season of Jake In Progress, "The Lying, The Watch, and Jake's Wardrobe."
Torture sells. The first full weekend of 2006 is ruled by the torturous gore-fest that is Hostel.
The average moviegoer won't be seeing this reissue of Michelangelo Antonioni's 1975 existential flick at any AMC theatre...
Some walked. Some did football moves. Some resembled an Emperor Penguin protecting a chick. Comments and pictures.
The critical darlings fared pretty well at tonight's Critics' Choice Awards, which kicked off the television awards season.
I remember being stunned by the high rate of bizarre being flung around onscreen.
The best part of the show is the character of Jesus, who is a constant companion to Daniel in times of trouble or temptation.
This is simply the finest science fiction show on television, and probably the best since Farscape left the air.
Documentary filmmaker David Sutherland spent three years following Chris and Cody. This allows us to really get to know them and their families.
This week, it's all about the gardening.
Thirty years ago an easygoing detective by the name of Jim Rockford burst onto the television scene and carved a place for himself in television history.
Angela Lansbury returns in Season Two of the popular mystery series, "Murder She Wrote". The episodes are fun puzzles if the discs work.
An actual female nipple finds its way to live TV. Moral outrage will likely ensue.
With the success of Narnia's film debut, Jonathan Rogers' The World According to Narnia is the perfect guidebook for more.
The Smoking Gun says A Million Little Pieces was based on lies, and their evidence rings more true than the book did.
We love Mr. Sutton for his brains. And bless him, he knows how to buy a car. Fabio probably doesn't.
One of the larger questions concerns our experiments on third world people, prisoners and the mentally challenged.
The definitive, must-read guide for anyone who's ever been in the U.S. military AND their families.
Feel the Burn!
It is the scourge of travelers into the Third World. It kills 1 million children yearly. It could get you.
If you’re interested in finding out the truth about diet secrets and how celebrities manage to get and stay thin, this story is for you.
The Sandwasher was at Paul Brown Stadium for his first playoff experience since 1994 (New England at Cleveland).
Marcus Vick doesn’t waste any time making me look good.