The Sandwasher makes his return to the Queen City to check out the Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates.
The fact that the first black player in the Major Leagues was on the Dodgers changed baseball and American society forever.
Yes it's only been a week, and yes it's early. But if the playoffs began today, they'd have home field advantage.
Yes, I am a grown man, and I am enjoying a Pokémon game.
Someone's dreams of ressurecting this series have been crushed.
Let me put it this way: If music were food, Built To Spill would be chocolate
Everything is in place. The metal god himself, Rob Halford, is back in charge after a 12-year absence, delivering those punishing vocals.
Passion meets precision on Sony Legacy's beautifully remastered Santana 3.
Eric Von Zipper sings Jimmy Webb. Kind of, and sort of.
The former Zappa and jazz session keyboardist has always had a bag of tricks up his sleeve.
A stripped down tribute to the musicians who put the roll back into rock.
I assume the sum total of all these annoyances is supposed to equal comedy, but it turns out to just be annoying.
It's the type of $50 million mistake that can bankrupt a company, but it had some potential.
Of course it was a disaster. The Waterworld of the eighties. But it's still a Classic.
Saluting the career of a filmmaker who was almost, but never quite, good.
Ehrenreich represents both the now-vanished Catskills scene and the assimilated Jew as creator (and performer) of pop culture.
Google is perhaps the most evil company under the sun, and needs regulating before it's too late.
How to sleep for more than ten hours straight.
Highlighting ways to make garbage into stylish...garbage.
We look back, but almost immediately the bad things we fled come to mind and we remember why we're here.
For most of my adult life, I've felt just like a newly released prisoner during the first few months out in the real world.
Yes, it is Sunday. Sorry! But it is a collection worth waiting for.
Independent voters hate government and politicians, but they hate the ones who threaten their families and their wallets the most.