American writer brings a serial killer to the exotic locales of 21st-century London. The Empire has changed.
Inspired by her personal financial experiences, Perle discusses a subject often taboo even in the most intimate friendships.
An absorbing look at the Kursk calamity from both personal and institutional perspectives.
A new glossy magazine from the San Francisco area. Its target audience: American women of Asian background.
Use metaphors in making the sale.
Lose weight, get healthy and live longer: The No Sweat Exercise Plan is a book that everyone should read, whether or not you are already exercising.
Psychological drama from south of the border.
Has The Amazing Race redeemed itself from last season's lackluster child-safe version? Stop by and let's talk about it!
With good performances and lavish production, it's a shame that this good film goes largely unnoticed.
A new breed of monster loose in the city - a Thailand bird-god hits Bangkok!
Beyond being used as a decent portrayal of Truman Capote's lesser-known novel, this film will offer some hearty laughs at its expense.
Felicity Huffman takes on the double role of playing both man and woman.
Which ladies will take home a little golden man of their own?
The most powerful American film of 2005.
Whether you are gay or straight, male or female, all of the issues you have at the core are all the same to everyone else.
After intense perusal, I find no Kelly Clarkson or Carrie Underwood anywhere. Also, some AI gossip and computer info.
The top ten ladies basically landed in two categories tonite, "eh" and "ok."
The creator of the comedy Sons & Daughters talks about his life before the show, the secrets of doing “unscripted” comedy, and more.
This darkly comic crime thriller sports a well-written script, is skillfully directed, and features a good cast.
Part Three of Four: The bottom of the Hollywood food chain's moment to shine.
Paranoia was bearing down hard on Samwise – he was looking for Gollum under every protocol.
In the Pipeline: top stories and the chance to browse categories like World, U.S., Business, Entertainment, and the rest of the usual suspects.
Maybe I'm missing something, but I thought something had to already be built for it to be "re"-built.
As one door closes, several others open. The Olympics are done but Barry Bonds is wearing a dress.
Jack McNamara speaks about his experiences so far, on playing for Australia and many other aspects.
The earliest recordings of Steve Earle, Guy Clark, Rodney Crowell, John Hiatt, and others feature in this newly collected 1975-76 soundtrack to the alt-country revolution.
Goodmorning Valentine aren't exactly breaking any boundaries ... but that doesn't mean their new CD isn't enjoyable.
Live Gorillaz, Shooting at Kanye show, Madonna to play Coachella and new Pearl Jam in today's update
I don't think you will be sorry for getting to know this little Gypsy with the beautiful voice and the pretty smile.
Get Happy. Get Lenz.
A look at Morningwood and their response to the one question interview.
Woo, doggies, we've got us a new Elvis Costello album this week! My Flame Burns Blue is an unusual type of live album, recorded with Metropole Orkest, a 52-piece jazz orchestra from the Netherlands.
March's Featured Artist - A look at legendary Punk-kings, NOFX.
Bush and a bitches' brew: art kicks in to make a political statement about how the administration has devastated our country.
Good Night and Good Music: showcasing her vocal talents, the preeminent jazz vocalist helps to set the tone of the entire film.
Market shelves today are full of products claiming to be 'whole grain'. Do you know what that really means?
Contrary to what NY Times columnist Laura Rich thinks, IPOs are very important.
While defragging might help a hard drive based device, the same does not hold true for flash memory.
In a new featured column, Rational Exuberance, Daniel M. Harrison argues that the next technology boom is closer, and far bigger, than we ever thought possible.
The new Hi-Fi version of the iPod will be in stores next week.
I am not a great fan of the open source movement, and here's why...
The podcasts I'm talking about are true to the tradition of the '20s, '30s, and '40s radio serials.
Blame Baby Boomers for over-priced education.
Is your relationship in trouble? Find out now.
"Now I lay me down with Kate....", or “AC/DC indeed, young man.”
Do you want to meet the Bard? This is the closest you are ever going to get.
Husband and daughter refuse to clean up!
The music writers were clearly inspired this week; there's also some books, some politics, and a little bit of everything in between...
Provided you don't give yourself a devil of a headache by trying to make sense of the plot, Ben Jonson's long-ignored piece is good fun.
I still believe in building a memorial that will soar into the sky, one separate from the so-called Freedom Tower.
CBS vs. Howard Stern. "The Battle of All Media" has just began.
With the UK government encouraging faith schools to teach pupils about all religions, are they placing multi-culturalism over education?
The press suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder and often becomes Obsessive-Compulsive. Perhaps a dose of Ritalin is in order.
Tonight's speech in Atlanta's most sacred and historic church was a true spiritual gift.
If there is a reason for our armies to be in Afghanistan, let it be to give that face something to smile about again.
Do inquiring minds want unbelievably, shockingly sloppy reasoning behind gross political outbursts?
Myspace.com and Vivendi Universal are looking for the next video game music star.