Save a Horse and Ride Drew Lachey. There i said it.
A look at the year ahead in movies.
Recap on last night's top 12 male performances. Not nearly as lame as I expected. But the guy group is sure an odd-looking crew.
Also, thoughts on the morality of horror.
Stacey Keibler has an undeniable talent for the dance. But who's watching and who will they vote for?
An opera singer competes and a country bumpkin appeals. Top twelve females begin Fox's fifth season of the competition.
Part Two of Four: Do you like songs about pimps?
The men put on quite a show - check in here to find out who's hot and who's not.
A low budget film that offers a lot to admire, but also falls prey to its low budget roots.
Mesmerized in my Ace Trance, Taylor Hicks rescued me. It's the American Idol's Twelve Dudes, dawgs...!
One man's heroism garners unwanted attention in director David Cronenberg's most accessible film.
To the extent that the justice system is publicly funded, shouldn't the justice system be ... justly funded?
It's good to be king- albeit an allegedly uniformed one.
Here's the background and more on South Dakota's effort to pass an abortion ban that legislators hope will result in overturning Roe v. Wade
I believe in the old saying, "Trust, but verify". The last time he said "trust me" was during the Harriet Miers nomination fiasco, and we know how that turned out.
No hospitalized person, much less a wounded service member, deserves this particular kind of attention.
Apparently, iron historical laws decree that Americans must spend $200,000 on higher education as a job requirement for waiting tables.
What does California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger believe in?
The truth about the publicly emotional spat between US speedskaters Shani Davis and team captain Chad Hedrick is now clear to everyone except Davis.
The New York Jets defensive end gets the NFL's franchise tag.
The clash has developed into the biggest game in club football. Of course there was more controversy.
No, not the English King. Or the President.
The Knicks resemble a mid-major college team, and they might get worse.
"It's Valentines Day, so if you're here that must make you a bunch of sad bastards."
Jason Kottke abandons blogging plan, a concert for peace, and Alice in Chains in today's news update.
The iTunes Music Store sealed the fate of the conventional music industry when it was born.
Guitars... repetitive drum machines... indie rock-ish vocals... did I mention guitars?
Terje runs the voodoo down.
3 tracks rumored part of Chinese Democracy are online. Is the wait over?
Collective Soul is one of the few shining lights on the post-grunge, radio-friendly rock scene.
Speakin' British style and talking about Babyshambles, Libertines, and more.
When poppy tunes and heavy beats rule, it is refreshing to hear an artist who does not rely on catchy hooks.
How many other bands do you know that have asked to have their sound system turned down?
This week Capitol is whipping out five Merle Haggard twofer CDs, vintage classics re-mastered and bonus tracks. Sweeeeeeeeeet!
Here is a copy of an email I received from the Google folks today that I thought deserved a response.
A tale of the rational allocation of resources under modern capitalism.
After running the anti-Muslim cartoons, IPFW's The Communicator has refused to print any letters to the editor about it.
Do people feel like they're just trying to catch up? A look at how time affects pop culture artifacts.
Who says the world of arts criticism and study is dry and serious?
Do you think you can match up against Blogcritics on Xbox Live?
New conferences seek to spice up the lives of the gaming industry.
"The X is for Xtreme!"
A "lost" chapter in the history of the Star Wars universe is revealed in Zahn's latest novel.