Rapier-sharp witty folkster Loudon Wainwright III's earliest work is highlighted in the CD reissue of his first two albums
After a four year hiatus Karl Wallinger is back with World Party.
There are a few unnecessary filler songs and too many love songs for my own personal taste, but the good outweighs the bad.
You can get anything you want from "Alice's Restaurant", except of course, Alice.
New York style roots rock that doesn't take itself too seriously.
An evening with THE Taj Mahal and Mavis Staples, this was, hands-down, one of my favorite concerts ever.
The New York quartet Ambulance LTD doesn’t want to be “stuck” in any one sub-genre of music.
Connecting rock musicians to fans, and fans to rock musicians.
One thing I never realized until this show – the guitar is such a "guy thing."
2K Games has announced it will soon publish Ghost Rider, based on the Marvel Comics’ motorcycle riding super hero.
A new study has it that more women than men play video games, but why is it big news?
May's first week is shaping up to be pretty slow for new video game releases unless you own a PC.
Atari U.K. has partnered with Rock Direct to come up with a limited edition laptop.
Jak just wouldn't fit onto this UMD, sorry.
Life as a yellow blob is good.
Making baseball enjoyable.
Rarely is Moneyball invoked when talking college baseball. It should be.
Complaining isn't without rewards in the NBA playoffs. Look at these stats.
Don’t settle for lame imitations – cough New York Post cough – settle in with the real thing.
A Day Without Immigrants from the urban New Jersey perspective.
A birds-eye view of the downtown Los Angeles rally.
Instead of looking outward for the sources of our problems, we would do well to look inward.
For all the conservative whining about "persecution" of Christianity, religion remains largely exempt from criticism in the public sphere.
Dear Elsa, My husband has a 16-year-old daughter; she's lived with my husband and me since she was 9.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for May 01, 2006
Extreme weight loss sucks sometimes.
Unemployed Whites and Blacks plan to show up today at businesses with a majority of Immigrant employees and try to take their jobs!
This is a romantic comedy that anyone looking for a light read will enjoy.
A monthly exploration of the contemporary art scene, from international disputes over pricey paintings to bizarre gallery exhibitions in SoHo.
Brockmeier paints some wonderful pictures with words, writing a book that will fill your hours with unique insights.
New research has been revealed that – if misused properly - could make the manliest meat and potatoes eaters go organic.
A look at fixes to current Internet bugs, viruses, and worms.
This month's highlighted writer is well-known to Blogcritics' legions of music fans...
If you don't give the donkey the stick soon after the carrot, he might start thinking for himself.
Who will emerge as the alternative to McCain v. Clinton?
Stephen Colbert is Apollo Creed at the White House Correspondents' Dinner. Good for him and yay for us.
Illegal immigrants take to the streets on Monday, "Uno de Mayo" in a "walk out" to demonstrate their value to American society.
Who do you call in a time of crisis? Who will serve Americans in their hour of need? Our Congressmen, that’s who.
Desperate Housewives' Executive Producer walks off the set. Show in turmoil?
I found Stick It to be such a non-event, it is as if it doesn't even exist.
Bonaduce may have taken the fun out of dysfunction, but he's back for more public humiliation on VH1.
Both plot lines were funnier than expected and provided some character depth into Chris’ older brother and sister.
Did I just see a cliffhanger? I must have, because that’s what “Everybody Hates Corleone” felt like.
Carrie, evil and behavioral psychology.
Once like brothers...now at war.
As in the previous two episodes, the creature of the week was the main focus -- this time, it’s bat people.
The audience sat in complete silence for several minutes before starting to leave the theater...