Next stop on the Sony Ericsson WTA Tour is the Qatar Telecom German Open from Berlin, Germany.
Maria Kirilenko defeated Roberta Vinci of Italy to advance to the second round of the Qatar Telecom German Open from Berlin.
Prominent actors and writers oppose the Brooklyn development that would include a stadium for the Nets.
Kim Clijsters 31st title, and her first since Hasselt last year.
Watch your step in the deep end, or you'll soon be in over your head.
Even with the shortcomings of some of the videos, still a very worthwhile disc with messages that still need to be spread.
The new special effects do make the story faster paced, more action packed and quite a ride.
While I can’t recommend people pay full price to see it in theatres, I wouldn’t completely discourage those with an interest in seeing it.
In terms of cinematography and direction, Shoot-Out truly does leave its mark.
JJ Abrams delivers with his first feature directorial effort: an adrenalin filled start to the summer movie season.
Tuesday, May 9 marks the release of the tenacious show's third season on DVD, plus its second soundtrack.
One tequila, two tequila, three tequila, floor.
Welcome to a special edition of The TV Viewer's Diary.
This spy thriller proves the third time isn't always the charm.
When this Idol season started gas was just two dollars a gallon.
The first original show on CBS Innertube is a dating-meets-home improvement show called Greek to Chic.
Mermaids, a man murdered, and Mac Taylor. Oh My!
The school system in America is by all indications in deep crisis. Certification requirements must be eased to attract new talent.
The National Council on Bible Curriculum in Public Schools believes it's doing a public service.
I feel like I will have failed as a mother if I pass my body-image issues onto my two beautiful and perfect little girls.
Being born wealthy or marrying rich aren't on the conference's agenda.
We of European descent have no reason to blame anyone but ourselves for cultural and spiritual woes.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for May 08, 2006
Looking for a new job while still employed? Make sure you do it the right way.
Also -- Was Kong A Terrorist?
On a comparative basis, in the 1700s CO2 in the atmosphere was at 290 ppm, in 1960 the concentration was at 315 ppm...
Beyond TV, Sage TV, or other software turns a PC into a (legal) TiVo rival.
CBS has launched their completely ad-supported broadband video site, Innertube.
An ad-supported video stream of the Today show is now available on the Internet.
This record's good enough to convince a skeptic. It's absolutely superior on every level to anything he's done since the '70s.
When a CD Review becomes something more...
The Take Action Tour, Apple vs. Apple and the Ice Cube music scholarship round out today's news.
Astral Doors proves again that metal is far from dead.
iPod and iTunes allowed to remain fruity.
When you hear the opening moments, you might exclaim, "Hell yeah, Phil baby... that's more like it!"
The continuing adventures of Prince 3.0
Not quite indie, not quite emo, Rainer Maria has released their fifth album.
A serialized story of one guy's journey through the California punk rock scene.
"We want Chili Willy!"
I guess you could call their enterprise an experiment in Existential Pagan Capitalism.
I wrote about everything from how to build a meth lab to serial killers but I steered clear of music.
An album as sweet and playful as this deserves all of the attention it can get.
The princes of synth-pop go country? Almost. It's a ridiculous idea that shouldn't work, but does. Remarkably well.
Amazed by Nintendo, by Sony, and perhaps by Microsoft.
Microsoft plans to fill up your Xbox 360’s hard drive this week.
This year should turn out to be one of the best, with announcements and unveilings from Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony, and many more.
The only mutated monster missing is a giant Red Assed Baboon.
Activision will take over where EA left off with a new deal to publish James Bond games.
As your president, I will offer hope, inspiration, and will get rich as hell. Why vote for anyone else?
If you're a resident of New Orleans and you're feeling a bit of anxiety and trepidation about the upcoming hurricane season -- well, who could blame you?
General Hayden as head of the CIA is the ideal appointment to help reform the CIA at this critical time.
Was May 1 America’s version of Hitler in the Rhineland?
Jac-Z faces down the rape demons, now must deal with corruption charges.
Immigration is THE issue which will affect this country’s environment.
Greed runs the oil companies of corporate America.
The noises of machinations and toil can be heard from behind Karl Rove’s office door even now.
For everyone who has ever wanted to create a better PowerPoint presentation.
Looking at the space race between the U.S. and Soviet Union from the perspective of the leaders of the two programs.
A well-structured chronicle of the rise and fall and afterlife of Carl Kolchak, a hard-boiled reporter who investigates supernatural and extraterrestrial crimes.
A monthly magazine about starting a restaurant or making an existing one more profitable.
Coupland's treatment of loneliness is elegant. Liz is a flawed character, but a real one.
The book becomes less of a chronicle of the town and more of a tome of the viewer's own personal reactions.
An immense new "greatest hits" collection of grim, gorgeous short stories by one of America's finest writers.
A religious conspiracy thriller centered around Leonardo Da Vinci that's surprisingly different from The Da Vinci Code.