I don’t really care about the NFL’s labor issues. Neither should you. Here’s why.
Baseball zealots Matt Sussman and Zach Baker don't see eye to eye regarding this inaugural tournament.
Featuring the sounds of Public Enemy, David Bowie, The Roots, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs.
Life in the Middle Ages -- what could be more fun?
As if we needed another reason to praise the DS, this game comes along.
Jarhead is a well-crafted film on many levels. The DVD extras are great for those who enjoy the process of filmmaking.
Richard Donner's latest Lethal Weapon knockoff...
Here lies the transcripts from a night of live commentary...
The combination of Wylde and Breuer does not quite add up.
No, it isn't quite Stardust Memories or Manhattan - but is that really what we wanted in the first place?
Tonya Harding, the bad girl of ice skating, tells all in a new documentary series.
Does fiction feel real because it's perceived as better than the life we are really leading?
The Good, The Bad, and the Really Ugly summary of the 2006 Oscar ceremonies. Some off-the-cuff fashion awards.
Pithy statements from the winners at the The 78th Annual Academy Awards.
Hey, weren't those French guys cute with their stuffed penguins?
I'll tell you my guilty pleasure TV shows -- COPS, Leave It To Beaver, The People's Court and more -- if you tell me yours!
The Communist Vampire reviews horror.
A murdered student is mourned, and a soldier's death is investigated.
Note to the Academy: You're not racist. We get it.
Scorsese: 0. Three 6 Mafia: 1. John Stewart, some surprises and the cinema collages made for a good show
When Paul Haggis spoke about screenwriting last May in San Francisco before a sceening of Crash, I doubt he imagined it would win an Oscar for best picture.
Spider was jumping around pumping his fist, sneering, I swear he is channeling Billy Idol.
A soothing album to seduce you to a state nearing slumber.
Somewhere in the process of pop crossover, Goldfrapp has lost the delicate balance between being Goldfrapp and being an experimental cipher.
Warped Tour dates, Isle of Wight headliners and AOL to allow custom AIM in today's news update.
Fourth album by the AOR mainstays who began their musical journey back in the '80s.
Nineteen classic country soungs as remade by rock, jazz, blues, soul, metal and even polka artists.
Two upcoming music festivals you might want to put on your calendar.
Fantasma el Rey loves listening to this music as much as The Little Willies love playing it.
I dream. This is what I do these days.
The BC Radio Podcast has relaunched with appearances by Eric Olsen, Eric Berlin, Joan Hunt, Matt Sussman, Mary K. Williams, and the Duke from yon Emerald Shores - listen and be edified!
In this seductively psychedelic production, the gods deliver the great king into the not-so-tender hands of a British immigration detention centre.
This Week: Oscar, Osama and Reservation
How many of us follow along, content that someone else is doing it right when we may be able to do it ourselves?
Ilan Halimi was kidnapped and tortured to death over a three-week period.
In the 90 years since Tommo Peaceful was put to death one thing has not changed. War still makes pawns of us all.
Years later I would learn of Grandma’s unspoken rule that the really good stories weren't to be shared until the children had gone outside.
Sagittarius Mom in spirtual crisis.
This is perhaps the most important media story you have read this year, a potentially sinister attempt by the New York Times to depose blogging.
Traditions can allow embellishments or simplifications, but not ideas -- not even self-evident truths -- so new or foreign that they would pull it apart.
The trials and tribulations of a pretentious, self-obsessed, lust-stricken twentysomething, as glimpsed through the throb of pop culture.
It’s great to see Christian fiction cutting a new swath with this psychological thriller.
A collection of tributes offers testimony to Butler's influence on the genre.
Everyone may be creative, but to be any type of artist requires a mixture of characteristics that not everybody possesses.
A colorful bimonthly that instructs how to paint flowers, folk designs and holiday motifs on wood, ceramic, paper and other surfaces.
What is the price of open immigration and is it better or worse than a more restrictive alternative?
Protest is fine, but the benefits to society of recruiting on campus are too great to lose.
Abortion ban expected to bring court challenge and possible referral to public vote.
The lads of South America’s political class will have stay on their toes: Peruvian voters are set to elect their first female president in April.
Caught on tape, the video tells the real story.
A compendium of wise pundits weigh in on the UAE port deal. Being all that you can be and Anonymous on success.
If you're gonna start a blog, for heaven's sake, respond when you get some comments! Plus other pet blog-peeves.