I was once asked why I stand up to people who are bigger and stronger than me.
Bob Dylan, Lenny Bruce, Allen Ginsberg, Jackson Pollack, and countless other notables spread their creative wings in this boho paradise.
Writing is writing after all.
Dear Elsa, I feel I have been badly betrayed by a friend.
If anything vies with the cleanliness of the city for my admiration, it is the fact that this little country produced so many luminaries.
We all need a good laugh. When I wrote this piece, I know I did. I learned something from the experience I'd like to share.
RFID is showing up a lot in the news lately, especially in terms of security risks and privacy invasion.
I have a bet with my friend on which next-generation high definition video format will win.
Microsoft-sponsored report sees great gains for biology, medicine, climate study - calls for renewed support of science.
Where else can you conduct business with models and talk with them about the basketball game?
Patrick Hruby of ESPN.com is either a poor satirist or is ignorant. Either way, that’s a bad thing.
I'd say his site is a little bit like him, beautiful at first glance but in need of a little fine tuning.
Should you pay attention to trends on the Internet? Do you need to engage in every trend on the Internet?
To celebrate their 20th anniversary, Poison releases another greatest hits package. This is either the third or fourth one for the group.
At the very least, Duper Sessions shows an artist willing to step outside of his usual sound.
Everyone is on acid, or at least sounds that way on this month's mix. Xiu Xiu, Gnarls Barkley, Prefuse 73, and more.
Paypal, Axis of Justice, Mumia Abu-Jamal, and Aerosmith in today's music and tech news update.
A trip down memory lane provides the soundtrack for a perfect vacation.
King Kong: as stylistic self-plagiarism, as unorthodox Hollywood film, as metaphor of Jackson's LOTR experience.
Good Vs. Evil. Neither can exist without the other to balance it.
Chris hasn't done anything but cover the cover versions of songs.
Chicken Little was sent packing. But why exactly was the laughable Bucky Covington spared? The world may never know.
Fox's newest reality show jumps not one but several sharks in its debut episode.
This film is an adaptation of a novel by Safron Foer, and a beautiful experience that is one of the most underrated of 2005.
Okie film school aids this Halloween clone.
This movie could have been so much more.
Like Beavis and Butthead at the Algonquin: The funniest bit was the flashing words declaring "This is what Scientologists actually believe."
Ace is aces, Paris enchants, Chris shines. Barry Manilow's shocking revelation on the final top 11 of 2006's AI competition.
Everything is about to go totally out of control.
On today's disorganized bookshelf: bold dreams, old myths, vampires, and Queen Elizabeth.
A serious but very readable examination of the role political bickering among countries has played in allowing nuclear proliferation to continue.
In a lively read, Rogers transplants the story of David from the Old Testament to a medieval fantasyland.
Forget entire human history: even our recent history is replete with crimes against peace, humanity and genocide.
Is he an outside or an insider or just a deluded showboater looking to cuase trouble?
In Afghanistan, a man is on trial for converting to Christianity 16 years ago under laws handed down by Mohammed 1400 years ago.
The problem with taking questions from the crowd is that the most motivated people in the crowd may have some pretty strange concerns.
Since my birthday is the day after the April 15th filing deadline, Tax Time is particularly poignant for me...
From Alton Brown to Martha to a chef too gorgeous to be cooking, here's a review of those teachers of culinary genius.
The gritty details.
Arcade flight games are redefined with this targeting system.