Caius Martius's bull-headed pursuit of military glory and frenzied defence of his own extraordinarily developed sense of personal honour sit oddly in modern London.
It's not uncommon to miss someone you once shared your life with, even someone who's kind of a freak like Tom Cruise.
Need something to do when it's time to take a break from the gardening? We've got plenty...
Hi Elsa, Faced with yet another small failure in my life...
We need a student bill of rights because $140 per minute is just too much to pay for politically correct hokum.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for May 10, 2006
Don't be afraid of promotions; just make sure you are prepared.
To give, I need only reflect on my own needs.
Computer screensavers are the bedroom walls of the Internet generation.
Who judges the TV judges? The viewers do ... and I'm one of them!
Elliott Yamin delivers knock-out performances. Katharine and Chris K.O.'ed. Top two: Hicks and Yamin.
The film is capitalist propaganda of the most effective kind, and makes no apologies for that fact.
Now it's your turn to answer a few questions, 24 fans.
A special edition of The TV Viewer's Diary.
"Lawyers have been hired, friends divvied up. Oddly, she didn't fight me for House."
A tall tale about the storyteller’s craft.
Elliott Yamin makes American Idol worth watching.
Some good, some bad and possible Elliott-favoritism from the producers?
God save the king! George Bush hopes his brother will make a run for the oval office. King George I thinks that's swell, too.
Recent events suggest the US is setting the stage for military action against Iran.
Patrick Kennedy is not the only member of his family having problems with his memory.
Gary McKinnon, Ne-Yo, and Britney Spears in today's music and tech news update.
Coconut tree mishap results in surgery.
Simple, warm, gentle, and breezy with uplifting messages of new beginnings.
Old blue eyes gets bootlegged, with sweet results
"Machines are going to fail. Systems are going to fail. Then... survival."
It plays like an infomercial advertising the Vegas show, a hodge-podge of yesteryear, sure to please the hardcore fans.
It’s like making love outside in the pouring rain. And you’ll love every minute of it.
Part 2 of a serialized story of one (anonymous) guy's journey through the California punk rock scene.
Last five of the Uncle Seth desert island discs. What are yours?
Remixes by late '90s and 2000 era DJs, with the old master himself playing new trumpet solos on seven tracks.
Blackmore gives all of himself and satisfies old Deep Purple fans and new fans, as well.
New Neil Young and vintage Judas Priest -- two great tastes that taste great together.
I am on a mission now to get every recording Bolin was involved with because of this CD; I am now officially obsessed.
Every time I hear this CD, I get chill that goes right up my spine then down my arm; it’s magical and energetic as hell.
Nearly every hero and villain in the DC Comics universe has been involved in the story thus far.
The Bonehunters is a book resplendent with action, ideas, and emotion, and is a joy to read.
"If I didn't exist, someone would have to have invented me." Or if he'd taken that wooden leg factory job in North Carolina.
Enough information for anyone to do basic work on their computer.
The claims of another all-natural health panacea get shot down. Not that anyone will listen, though.
All they really needed was Halo 3, but the Xbox Live exapnsion sounds impressive too.
Martina Hingis of Switzerland took revenge defeating Flavia Pennetta of Italy in Berlin at the German Open first round.