America's failed in its promise to the Iraqi people, and the young are losing hope. We have to do better.
Can Rick Perry's good hair hide his seething core of corruption, or will the tide of grassroots enthusiasm plow him under?
I know he defied the popular vote, but at some point the overwhelming voice of the people takes precedence, right?
Telecoms contribute to NSA spying on the masses
The May Sweeps just ain't what they used to be.
My wife left an unopened package of boxer-briefs on the bed. The problem is that they weren’t my size.
Pam, Jim, and Casino Night. Call it the "Kiss of Death."
Here’s to hoping that the CW Network takes the show for the fall.
A film that defends the right of queer men to be pricks as big as our straight brothers.
I remember growing up when TV was a world of its own, characters were real, and series held true to an ongoing story.
The Final Four head for the finale showdown this coming Sunday. Who'll win that million? And what about The Mood Ring That Ate Cincinnati?
A fast-paced and volatile mix of Jackie Chan style fighting scenes with a sci-fi trappings. It’s not supposed to be great art, but it is fun.
The film did a good job showing the good and bad in long standing relationships.
An Indie that rises far above its lowly budgets to make an impact. Brick is hands down the best film I have seen this year.
There is a smoking gun. Logan wants to smoke Jack with a gun. He just might smoke himself.
Mr. Abrams demonstrates some real ability in choreographing the camera and the actors in a scene.
A film suburban moms and dads can show their kids to remind them how good they really have it.
The close-ups of Sarge provide a revealing look at The Rock’s face and left me wondering “does he wear makeup?”
Also: The World's Fastest Indian and Water.
The future in tech book publishing is in beta right now at O'Reilly.
You say you've already lost the three-page manual that was in the box? Get this book, and you're covered.
In Stephen King's Apocalypse by cellphone, bodies are ripped limb from limb; cities are burned; and the music really sucks.
This new band has produced an introspective album that hints at potential brilliance.
"Oh here it comes again / That old ennui..."
"It's always a surprise and a mystery, the act of making music."
Here are a couple of stories. One amazing and funny. The other, just amazing.
The glue of radio entertainment has become the replacement for old fashion life lessons.
He may only sing "Alice's Restaurant" every 10 years, but he has so much more to offer than just that one song.
While putting up with my peculiarities in taste, TheWife will make attempts (however subtle) to avoid musical mayhem.
Part 3 of a serialized story of one (anonymous) guy's journey through the California punk rock scene.
Stadium Arcadium is the name and "bringing back the funk" is the game.
The 'angry young man' turns gracious performer, and the audience approves.
With a little more originality, Allyson might just make a list of legendary jazz singers yet.
This set is a true tribute to the band's history. It is a thorough representation of its growth and changes. Carry On My Wayward Sons!
Unnecessary deaths on a small Japanese island from mercury poison only became public because of a great photojournalist, Eugene Smith.
Roy Trakin's Weakend Takes and Random Rants on popular culture.
"Inspiration": when you don't know what else to do, the first really intelligent idea that comes to mind.
If you have ever worked a bit extra to make up for time off, you should read this article.
Young stars on different paths.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for May 12, 2006
Could this be the first online, virtual music festival?
Yahoo! could make sign-calls a thing of the past with its new program.
The Major League record for consecutive games played to begin a career ended at 518 when Matsui broke his left wrist.
You see, it's a matter of sending the ball where the boo begins and Barry ends.
For kids, athletic success can be fleeting. So temper your expectations and keep the pressure off while they enjoy it.