This Week: Valentine's Day Edition! Feb. 13, '06
Polly Hewson offers personal asides about Franklin - "he never eats beef; it makes his back itch" - as you drop in on the life of the house.
Where are all the Muslim women in the Middle East? What do they have to say about Intifada, terrorism, jihad and insurgents?
Hi Elsa, I was in a horrible relationship for three years, until I found out I was pregnant - which is when I decided to leave. ..
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for February 13, 2006
When Valentines go astray.
End your relationship in style this Valentine's Day
There’s too much going on in Torino for me to stay quiet. Ski jumping, Bob Costas’ hair and luge, oh my!
Yes, folks, it's come to this: feuds over what to call the name of the city hosting the Olympics.
"I believe anything is possible because I don't know everything..." The author's vision continued.
"More cowbell" fever is sweeping the nation. A look at the numbers that shape our world.
The most popular Internet searches for the week ending February 6, 2006
Here are some of the most significant bugs from the past week in the BugBlog.
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The largest study to ever look at the preventtive powers of a low-fat diet has been completed, with shocking results.
Swans vocalist Jarboe has taken her listeners on many tours of her brooding soul through her many fine solo albums.
It’s company I would invite over anytime, especially if they brought their instruments.
Make it a night to remember this Valentine's Day with some sexy, soulful slow jams.
David Robertson conducts Beethoven, Dalbavie, and Sibelius (and reveals a hidden talent for baserunning).
Nostalgia be damned: this is Belle & Sebastian's most consistently interesting record yet.
Jay Dee dies, eBay favors PayPal - and bigger commissions, Microsoft's new acquisition, and PodcastUser magazine in today's music and tech news update.
Time for the latest List of the Moment. As you know by now, the lists are highly changeable.
Gretchen gives us a candid look at her personal life as well as her professional one and shares some of her thoughts on the music industry in general.
Bags and Trane this ain't. Fortunately, it's not Richard Cheese either, and that's good enough for my ears.
The best punk release since Rise Against: Hot Water Music meets Jawbreaker meets Dinosaur Jr. meets progress.
For over a week now, I’ve been making CDs for my cousin. No particular requests, just CDs of “good stuff.”
After 10 studio albums and 72 band member changes, Canadian thrash metallers Annihilator return with their 11th studio album.
Brian Wilson leaves bed to show the boys how to record a gloriously rough-edged classic. Then he goes back to bed.
Brokeback Mountain + Cheney = Pain?
A new report shows that most of the prisoners at Guantanamo may be there for reasons other than actual involvement in terrorism.
The shooting of 78-year- old Harry Whittington by Dick Cheney on Saturday showed 3 things... First, it unveiled...
Ratchets up pressure on cable companies to offer greater pricing flexibility.
It is high time that Canada ensures its elected representatives are held accountable for their actions beyond just risking re-election.
Why the fuss against voter photo ID? Will "after-birth abortion" soon be allowed? Oh, and "Pajamaline." Heh.
As the first president with super powers, he is exceptionally modest about his gifts. In fact, he took care to not even tell the Mayor of Los Angeles
Oscar Wilde's classic novel is most importantly a study of the dichotomy of the "double life" led by many homosexuals.
Futuristic marines try to quell an interstellar civil war without being killed by their leaders' incompetence.
A hardball guide for a hardball world.
"Complications complicate things.” So does twirling a plastic spoon in a bowl of lukewarm milk and some “bluffing and feinting and Boris and Natasha" crap.
Science fiction, literary fiction, romance, adventure, tear-jerker, laugh-inducer - it defies categorization.
The much delayed new take on The Pink Panther has finally landed in theaters.
People who were born in the late '60s to late '70s experienced the first wave of what has been a continuing explosion of popular culture.
Tired of Juliana, Ryan, and Isaac? Then like me, you'll be watching ABC's Oscar pre-show. Or not.
I am a twenty-something male who takes perhaps a bit too much joy in his hair.
The question is, are we in Hollywood Homicide territory, or maybe closer to The Fugitive? The answer lands somewhere in the muddy ground in between.
How it ends. No, really. A mole at 24 smuggled this to me. Script of last episode that'll ever air.
Real life events attempt to imitate Hollywood with this new medical thriller about government conspiracy and potentially dangerous research.
Ready to kick butt on the go? Capcom brings a updated version of its successful Street Fighter Alpha franchise to the Sony PSP.