The daily importance of Black history
Not so much a story about the entanglement of love, but a commentary on how we attempt to relate in a world surrounded by machines.
What if many of the things you thought were true simply weren’t? Could you let go of your old beliefs? Would you?
From Music to TV to people who are famous for no good reason at all...
I don't want to rush into anything myself but eventually want a relationship in my life.
Entwistle back in the U.S.A.- a timeline and other tidbits. The undercover cat and the fake veterinarian. Horowitz and Blake.
I Googled and Alta-Vista-ed "Jesus Cartoon" and found many. I checked for "Muhammed Cartoon" and found . . . nothing. Google and Alta Vista have apparently blocked access . . .
"Raining down terror": American church delegates to World Council of Churches denounce U.S.-led war in Iraq, accusing Washington and apologizing for "the violence, degradation and poverty our nation has sown."
This Week: Presidents Day, Evil Pigs, and Snowmen In Love.
From Desicritics, differences in American and European responses over two similar issues help separate the corn from the husk.
The execution of Michael Morales for the 1981 rape and murder of a teenage Lodi girl was postponed
The government continues to exhibit its penchant for excessive secrecy.
With a new mix of justices the Supreme Court is about to hear the Partial Birth Abortion argument again.
Arab firm has connections with Treasury Snow; exec appointed to US Transportation post in January.
Bush budget cuts port security; bipartisan port security bill termed "good first draft" by Heritage Foundation.
Has US foreign policy become a religious crusade under the guise of political policy to make it easier to swallow?
The Bush administration ignores real science on global warming, but opens its doors to a pop sci-fi writer who thinks it's all a big conspiracy.
American newspapers ridicule and insult people and opinions every day. It appears that radical Islamists are the only exception
The defecation hits the oscillation: Date Movie is "like throwing crap at the wall and seeing what would stick." Eight Below is a cut above.
Walt Cumming’s cell phone. Secret Service started playing Ouija with it. Imagine their surprise when it started ringing!
As a fan, I’m profoundly ambivalent.
The movie's biggest arch-nemesis? Its director, Brett Ratner.
Films that explore volatile racial tension seem to be a rage now, but Freedomland is a self-indulgent mess.
If Vic Mackey blew Lt. Kavanaugh's brains out against the back wall, Vic would look like the bad guy. Go figure.
I found this week's "Skin Deep" the most uncomfortable, disturbing episode so far. And I don't mean that as a criticism.
One DVD you should buy on sight (Action) and another you should shoot on sight (Domino).
A secret review at the National Archives, Google in China, and Chuck Palahniuk joins a band in today's update.
If something is good once, is it good forever?
The final hurrah from Steve Albini-produced Welsh noiseniks.
It's time to fly the flannel and take a trip down memory lane to the days when Seattle ruled the rock & roll roost.
All the Way to the Sun is the latest album by Norwegian melodic metal group TNT. If you live in the US, chances are you might have missed them.
JazzFest on an ordinary year is a must-see; this year promises to be extraordinary.
The CD has an "explicit content" warning on it but don't worry mom and dad, nothing in it is going to melt those little minds.
Latrice Barnett does a solid job on her first solo album with a little help from her friends.
Local newscasts make me angry.
Parents, here is a nutritional strategy that can help your high school kids to get through the day.
Long live the Captain, and may he live to fight many a battle for our entertainment and edification.
Writing and designing a good product. But will they buy it?
With India’s population, it surprises many that India is not a force at the Olympics.
I used to like the Olympics because of the gracefulness of the ice skating and the sheer joy the competitors radiated giving their best shot.