The week in MLB, as seen through the eyes of blogs, always in 1000 words or less.
He was funny, enthusiastic, passionate, lovable, confident and a wonderfully nice guy.
Bonds’ knee and elbow are giving him trouble. Is Hank Aaron’s home run record safe?
Almost everyone has something to say about the Duke Lacrosse story. Almost no one knows what happened.
The country singer has apparently taken up curling and wants to be the next Olympian. One small problem with that.
Our exploration of 40 years of the folk-rock legend's official recorded output starts with his 1966-82 releases.
New copyright legislation, Babyshambles and Libertines previously unreleased tracks, and Alice in Chains in today's update.
Shel Silverstein's works rarely fail to put a smile on our faces and Runny Babbit does the job well.
Frank Sinatra, long considered the greatest talent ever at musical phrasing, may well have met his match in Peggy Lee.
Paul McCartney’s brother grabs onto some coattails and a little nepotism, and a whole lot of Beatle-esque help.
“There’s nothing sexier than the Apocalypse.” Combining funk, jazz and soul, Morph The Cat is a wake-up call for the disillusioned.
Joan Hunt, Matt Sussman, Sal Marinello, Mary Williams and the BCRadio debut of Dawn Olsen...
Dear Elsa, My oldest sister’s an Aquarius and I’m an Aries.
Nations around the world are suing museums in the United States to return antiquities to their place of origin. Has it gone too far?
College party, drinking, strippers, sexually charged environment: things can very easily get out of hand. I've seen it happen.
Peter Drucker once said, "Policy is what we do, not what we say." Lead by example, and your team will thrive.
A chillingly intimate portrait of a pair of psychological self-flagellants, and a Stoppardian cyclone of words.
We can save America from damnation by not giving a damn about religion.
A poem by a foreigner.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for April 24, 2006.
The lights of the city called to explore the unknown. Ferlinghetti's City Lights was the lighthouse of the soul.
This Week: Mobility: The Rat Race, and The Cat Chase.
The runoff candidates for Mayor of New Orleans have been chosen, and we look forward to an interesting contest.
The West and the Arabs spout rhetoric while the Palestinians destroy themselves. So much for concern about their plight.
One would think that by now anti-Semitism in Germany was a dead issue. Guess what? It isn’t.
Everybody knows about the casualties anyway; diminishing their importance only insults their memory and cheapens their sacrifice.
As the current television season comes to a close in May, the networks are already looking to the next season.
If I need to sit in the fog to prevent myself from ever having to watch this again, please remind me to do so.
The interviews were better than usual this week.
Phat Girlz could have been a film of big laughs if it managed to find the subtle humor in the very issue it talks about.
A fun feature film with the most fashion-conscious villain in cinema history!
After watching this movie I think my DVD player needs a vacation...
Survivor down! Call the medics! Who's out without a Tribal Council vote?
If you ever wanted to know what an unfocused screenplay looked like, any Russell Davies script will do.
I sit down with one of the most influential men in America.
An air hockey simulation with a college basketball game included as a bonus.
New Xbox 360 CPUs built to reduce heat and lower power use will roll off the assembly line in early 2007.
A fantasy world you can visit to escape from reality... especially if you enjoy collecting furniture and planting pear trees.