"I'm covered in demonic cat pee!" A graphic novel with a little of everything, including giant space eels.
Celebrate your Presidents Day with an orgy of trivia courtesy of Uncle John's Bathroom Reader.
Always wonder how to get that watery look on White Water? This informative buyer’s guide to 20 pinball machines will tell you.
Right up front it's important to make clear that The Colorado Kid is just a plain good story, delivered as only King can deliver it.
Convention draws Sci-Fi stars and real life astronauts!
This documentary is a good place to start if you want to learn more about anime.
I'm sick and tired of movie poster design contests, dammit!
We get to see someone blow up!
The clarity and freshness of Gilchrist’s technique easily trumps the tiresome blasts of the horns.
It’s that time again, for the list of the moment, so...
I was too young to appreciate 77 at the time of its release, and never really followed the band until closer to the end of their run.
Lots of labels release samplers with minimal packaging and tracks to generate hype; All Saints does it, too, but they take the high road.
The Rolling Stones, Mission of Burma, and the Google Desktop are featured in today's Music and Tech News.
An even closer look at Gretchen's songwriting and the track "You Closer" wraps up coverage of this month's Blogcritics Featured Artist.
Daylight Dies have assembled a strongly compelling album that times out at almost an hour, and they get that done in a mere eight tracks.
Rich and full old-school rock that is full, unique and meant to be played loud.
An unexpectedly fresh new take on stringy rock.
A funky, chunky, fusiony, grungy, punchy audiovisual avant-jazz tribute to Roscoe "Fatty" Arbuckle. Yes, it kicks ass.
Debut album from the shining light of UK hip-hop.
I’m sorry but I could really care less about the Winter Olympics this year.
There is nothing like seeing a live wrestling event, especially one that is sold out and high on energy.
How much do you really know about the Winter Olympic sport of ice dance?
It wasn't just trips over toe picks and stumbles that plagued these dancers, but horrific tumbles out of dance lifts!
Parenting isn't always easy, but it's not so hard when you lay down the law.
I was interrupted by the phone. It was Nurit, the commander of the Civil Patrol. She needed me - right now.
Ahmanson's "The Importance of Being Earnest" in Los Angeles has top notch production values yet the play suffers from the audience's familiarity.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for February 20, 2006
Some lessons take longer to learn then others, but I think I've finally understood the meaning of lists.
The same qualities that make the dogs such dangerous antagonists also make pit bulls like Rufus into superb family dogs.
Arab port deal receives mounting bi-partisan critcism; more facilities affected than reports suggest.
The West is trying to appease Muslims in the lastest cartoon flap, while Muslims are pushing for bigger gains. This is more than culture war.
Giving in to the calls for the censorship of all things offensive to Islam could be, in effect, paving the way for eventual Islamic hegemony.
When it comes to presidential timber, it is painfully obvious that our chief executives do not all come from the same trees.
Gwyneth Paltrow's famous nonsensical quote. On Hillary's Osama quote. Helen Thomas without a clue. Oil companies on hot seat.
The hybrid-fuel option now being offered is cheaper and greener. And the defense of "security" doesn't stand up.
Oft overlooked, but vitally important to the development of the nation, President James K. Polk offers some lessons in leadership for today.
Here are some of the most significant bugs from the past week in the BugBlog.
This week in Google search.
Almost any search engine spider starts its regular crawl at a directory like DMOZ or Yahoo.
Enables Moore's Law to continue uninterrupted well into the next decade.
With so many innocent people trying to find a great opportunity to work at home, it’s easy for scam artists to draw you in with the promise of riches.
Sorry Nintendo fans, the new Zelda game has been pushed back to Fall 2006.
This should be a quirky sport perfectly suited to video games. Key word in that statement: "should."
It's a cheap substitute, but the Major League game is still in here.
It's probably a great game. It's a shame it won't let you play due to the staggering number of glitches.
Hitting balls back and forth has never been more entertaining.
Today I got as close as I possibly could to quitting.