In a crowded bar I proclaim my Myspace identity proudly.
Lia Williams is entirely up to the challenge of Rosalind.
My younger son discusses terrorism as he personally deals with its impact on his life.
I want to tell him why; I want him to know that I love him. So I wrote him a letter.
We'd like to believe that we’ve all come a “long way, baby” – and that we suffer no inferior feelings whatsoever.
Food-labeling controversies in the US and the UK; FFT celebrates Purim!
I got a friend of mine inside of my body, and his name is Lupus.
Salon.com is trying to entice paid subscribers with a solicitation letter that reveals they are "planning to release hundreds more photos taken inside Abu Ghraib."
Sure, everyone has Oscar coverage, but Mil Peliculas brings you coverage of The Razzies.
Some of the biggest mistakes that sellers make -- and how to avoid them.
Oh come let us rejoice, that the dullards who would write for $1.00 per article aren't pissing in our pool.
So if it gets five stars it is perfect? The Blogcritics.org star system explained.
Republicans have come up with a budget that trims the deficit and still remains a mix of solid ideas and bad policy.
Move comes in wake of bi-partisan Congressional opposition.
If progressive Democratic candidates are bound to go down to defeat - wouldn't it be better to do so with integrity and principle intact?
It takes more than transportation systems to improve third world economies.
The anti-Iraq war protest is still on at the American base in Germany, but Sheehan's travel plans are "up in the air."
Globalization backlash? UAE firms have invested about $3 billion in western firms since mid-2004.
It isn’t hard to see why Amy May’s ever changing and effervescent ensemble was included in the 2006 SXSW lineup.
Cingular and Rabble, A2IM write the FCC and Microsoft taken to court over a patent in today's update.
Quirky, contemplative, authentic entries are highlighted.
U2 has postponed dates in Australia and Asia due to illness in a band member's family.
Remastered album of Rocky IV with one added song, "Man against the World."
Chaos has never sounded so inspiring.
The remastered has all of the songs that appear on the original plus the two additional songs: "Disco Inferno" and "Ghostbusters" 12-inch single remix.
They have "enriched the creative community and the community at large".
The up-and-coming LA duo give their thoughts at the end of their UK tour with The Cribs.
The Subways are rock "nirvana" in a pop "oasis," and I was at their first-ever live show in New York City.
Celebrating the rich home-grown musical heritage called the Blues.
Van Morrison, Cheap Trick, Public Enemy, and a few others share this week's spotlight.
Rare tracks and video highlight this collection of classic Blondie.
New Super Mario Bros., Shigeru Miyamoto Web chat, Brain Age, PopCap Games, Richard Garriott.
Great if you only look at it.
It's an idea worth trying, but it needs some rethinking.
A recent e-mail from a Sun employee states "Possibly True" over Google buyout of Sun.
Streaming Sirius Satellite music channels over the Internet - is it worth the effort?
Should you go to news or should news come to you? Should someone decide for you what to read or should "collective wisdom" rule the roost?
How did we deduce what the sun is made of?
Java made easy, for the rest of us.
Everything I don't know about Linux would fill a book. This is that book.
Healy tells a tale of edgy immediacy and controlled tension, of a man who “began losing the thing that tells me who I am.”
Project Runway -- the most compelling piece of aesthetics ever presented on television.
CBS's The Unit offers potential and clichés.
Kay Lenz's telekinetic nerd surpasses Carrie.
If you love film and don’t own it, you don’t really love film.
Pauly Shore getting his head blown off with a rocket launcher, and Jason Mewes as a sex-starved answering machine are bonuses.
... or maybe it isn't. There are plenty of mountainous islands with no other land in sight that actually exist.
Even IMDB can't seem to get the facts right when it comes to Reese Witherspoon.
Down to eight and these girls really need some wise advice. Which we give here.
For a film that features bucketloads of ginormous eels, this film is not as electrifying as it could be.
From steroids to other drugs, to the media’s coverage of the Bonds story, there’s a lot to talk about.
To chart the signs of a New York neighborhood on the rise, look first to its Chinese takeout menus.
I found bliss amidst iron and bricks; I just love my towné.
Chipotle: Eat cheap, eat healthy