Blues news from Memphis! Band and solo/duo competition results.
From Desicritics: The first ever international rock concert in Karachi, and it's Bryan Adams
Maybe it's personal intolerance, but this whole 80s bandwagon is beginning to really f--- me off.
He may be everybody's favorite school chef, but he added a crucial ingredient to the rise of Memphis soul music long before his current gig.
In some ways, Pathways and Dawns is the album that Dead Can Dance never made.
Studying art will fry your brain: over-analysis of Björk's "It's Oh So Quiet".
Dear Elsa, It seems like I am karma's bitch.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for January 29, 2006
Inspired by Anne Rice - a tribute to the victims of the Tsunami and the New Orleans disaster.
Because sometimes we just find ourselves plagued with emotional constipation. Thankfully, I have the cure.
From Desicritics: Were the Aryans like the Muslim invaders, colonists, or migrants like them, from the northwest?
Someone please put the developers on trial.
There are a lot of funny moments. But the scene where Kate begs the servant for food did not make me laugh.
Frey's true legacy may be that he helped bring an end of sharing oneself, and we can go back to sharing chocolates and comics.
...all autobiography is inherently fictitious and all fiction is inherenty autobiographical.
The ultimate chronicle of the Laci Peterson case.
The tide may be turning against "intelligent design," the controversial belief championed by Christian Conservative leaders.
Some bloggers took the news to heart.
John Kerry's appearance on Daily Kos frames a debate about the direction of the Democratic Party and the influence of blogs on the political process.
Ken Canfield, host of the radio show "Today's Father," jumped Tuesday into the race for the Republican gubernatorial nomination.
The EPA lacks data, nor does it communicate well with state and local agencies, according to a new GAO report.
Another $400 billion deficit is possible in 2006.
Should the Secret Service visit Ann Coulter?
The celebrities continue to skate. One takes the lead and keeps it. The terrible happens. One falls down.
Tone down the gratuitous sex and violence and it's a pretty good film.
Filled wall to wall with vintage interview footage, this is a DVD that Beatles aficionados will want to add to their collection.
B-movie rule #3,405: Don't have a burger cook-off when a ravenous wasp invasion is imminent. It's just bad PR.
A study used the US paper currency tracking website WheresGeorge to simulate the spread of disease.
A report on a panel at the World Economic Forum with Geoffrey Moore, Bill Gates, John Chambers, Eric Schmidt & Niklaus Zinnstorm.