Is it derivative? Of course. But however easy the influences are to spot, never do they take away from the music itself.
"His lewd acts have compromised the dignity of the Vietnamese people, law and common sense, and therefore it is necessary to punish him."
New Microsoft product, the DOJ probes online-music pricing and Leonard Cohen wins a judgment in today's update
Emotion fairly well drips from his cello's strings.
When the Blues Foundation names names, it's an honor.
... I even broke out in a little sweat.
Caballero Oscura looks at the videos from Iceland's Sugarcubes, which feature a young Bjork
Raunch culture, African and the Middle East, being thrown out of The Ivy, and more...
A small how-to on taking care of those laptops. These puppies are not made of titanium. They are plastic.
The Internet and blogs are transforming the real estate industry like never before, according to the report.
All terms of the agreement have been finalized and the litigation against RIM has been dismissed by a court order this afternoon.
(Less so elsewhere)
Capcom needs to do a better job of protecting their IPs.
Do you love giant robot games? How does a 40-button controller grab ya?
Boom shakalika... Boom shakemika.... Boom sh... aw, no.
A gaming great completely uncensored and with online support.
The online version of Dungeons & Dragons stays pretty true to the original. But is it going to meet the tastes of the target demographic?
Tedious, feigned, and bland. A film that shares musings on fat, food, sex, hair, “sagging tits,” men, and weight isn’t my cup of tea.
Teen heartthrob Scott Baio works as a male nanny to three precocious kids in this "classic" '80s sitcom.
Oscar nominee Terrence Howard earns the hype with a powerful turn in a surprisingly thought-provoking movie.
When you play where you shouldn't, you are more likely to be burned.
I doubt that a significant percentage of Academy Award voters have seen all of the movies.
Will bad teeth eliminate one fellow? How about the nerd effect? The elimination round brings few surprises.
Fumo Verde fires up the colortinis and enjoys the music from this Tomorrow Show time capsule
What if Rochelle found out Chris got an F in school?
For the love of cod, stack those skulls!
It's late, but it's here. Here is my look at the best films and performances that I saw in 2005.
...despite a few tears, I did not walk away from this film feeling depressed, but rather empowered.
March comes in like a lion, cinematically speaking...
Mental illness scares so many people, but to me it's as familiar as drinking my morning coffee.
Once you see a Nardwuar interview, you'll never forget it...and after five and a half hours of this DVD, you'll wish you could.
Mangold and a fantastic cast deliver a film that moves like Cash sang, "steady like a train, sharp like a razor."
Harry Browne, who twice ran for president as the Libertarian Party candidate, passed away on March 1.
Government collects all sorts of information. How much of it should really be available to the public?
The West better change its definition of Islam, or else.
N.J. Senators wail over port ownership while the Patriot Act slips by them.
Texans are living in interesting times, reveling in the independence they won 130 years ago with a very independent governor's election.
Does jumping the rich up the line for healthcare above everyone else fit in with Canadian values?
Sometimes, or oftentimes, all it takes is one act of kindness.
The article shows the numerous benefits to owning your own home, and the few benefits to renting.
Congress has just approved legislation that will likely fuel the growth of online institutions of higher learning.
Can an astrologer guess a person's Sun Sign?
The Indian author confirms himself to be one the best storytellers of our time in this adaptation of the Ramayana.
A Brooklyn-based magazine of poetry and short fiction that began in 1966 as mimeographed loose pages.
Stepping into fire.