An admittedly biased review, due to the reviewer growing up Italian.
Oasis plays their first-ever Nashville gig...
Prince is still the king with the new address for funk and soul.
Movielink and CinemaNow, Yahoo, The World Cup and Siouxsie and the Banshees in today's music and tech news update.
"Free as in freedom" said Stallman and the world got a Free OS. What if this happens to Music?
The band appeared at Headliner's in Toledo with Red Jumpsuit Apparatus and Aiden.
Not just ways to make a song better, but paths to transformation.
I'll never be able to tell him he was wrong about "Gun Sale At The Church".
A meteorite crashes, delivering an extra-terrestrial payload. The slugs move in and infect townsfolk, leaving a small group to try to stop the invasion.
Last night I found Shakira belly dancing in Kellie Pickler’s prom dress on my TV set.
No matter how ignorant or inbred the person, there is no excuse for animal cruelty in this world. None at all.
Amazingly, nobody lights up and smokes a cigarette on screen during this entire movie.
This Hungarian film represents the Holocaust in a way that I've never seen before, a way that I found devastatingly effective.
Film fests can be great exercise, especially when one of the films gets your heart rate over 142 bpm.
A superb showing by pro wrestling's best.
All in all, it provides a highly entertaining 84 minutes, and you can't really ask for much more than that.
This animation is not subtle, but it is surprisingly cogent for such a short film.
The feel was of the world's most elaborate birthday party with the kids in charge and the adults discretely offstage with the fire extinguishers.
March contained a few more castoffs as we head towards the early blockbuster season. It also featured the best new release so far this year.
David Spade's humor has been appropriated the only way a 40-something comedian's can be: he has a late-night talk show.
Two unlikely allies become partners and one death may give another life.
I recommend just about anything on Comedy Central because Comedy Central is about as funny as a September 11th movie.
If the Senate would listen, they'd hear the voice of the people on immigration.
Today the Statue of Liberty cries real rusty tears of shame down her peeling, grey façade.
The wealth gap is real, growing and harmful -- so why make it worse by repealing the estate tax?
The release of emergency calls from the Twin Towers reopens wounds, and reveals how precious lives might have been saved.
This brief, bittersweet collection of essays is an outraged, eloquent epilogue to the unique writer's career.
I hope that the winners' books sell, but that the neologism doesn't catch on.
The book gives a razor sharp view of corporate lobbyists and has wit and style to spare.
The Nobel Prize-winner's heavy-handed follow-up to the sure touch of Blindness.
Popularly known as "gut instinct," instant decisions produce better results than long deliberation.
Some iPod issues, and ActiveX information for developers.
Take a look at the timeline of the deal and it starts to look suspiciously quick and Lucent-driven.
I’m rambling. I’m skeptical. Will I blow a gasket or will I make sense? Read this and find out.
With its acquisition of Macromedia, Adobe acquires a Bug of the Month.
This month's spotlighted writer needs no introduction (but gets a nice one anyway).
Everybody Loves Raymond may be over, but Ray Romano is still here engaging with fans on his website.
Neuroticism and hunting don't mix well, although the combination does yield a few interesting points.
I got some new old clothes!
The corporate giant uses lawyers and threats of lawsuits to silence competition.
Religion deserves a place in society -- but not in government.
Although men think about the actual act of sex, they don’t generally think about the art. The Art of Sex is what I would like to focus on.
Blogging has erupted like a volcano and when the lava hardens, the landscape is altered.
Museums are not just for entertainment; they are for studying and learning.
Family history can get interesting with the help of the U.S. Census.
It's not the transit train, it's my fellow commuters. Why can't they act human?
Impossible choices between family and what keeps you going.
Peach sets off to Vibe Island to save Mario and the gang, and restore power to her kingdom.