Some songs sound as if they could have been recorded by Alan Lomax 60-odd years ago in the deep South by old sharecroppers.
Muse adds an electronic element to the first single from its upcoming album
Opinions are passed around the table and examined. Is this album a triumphant return to roots or a slightly interesting detour on the way to the next E Street album?
Infectious rock 'n' roll show from a band who appear to wanna be sedated.
Two very good reasons for buying this package - great music and helping to support the fight against HIV/AIDS.
I was intrigued by the idea of revisiting a band that I had previously panned.
May '07 music and arts festival will see Bowie return to public performance for the first time since '04 heart surgery.
Three CD reissues of rare and striking early minimalism -- "not the other musical Jon Gibson of Christian music fame."
It has been out for a week, but I needed at least that long to digest it. There was too much hype about this record for me to zip through it.
Once again, the media distorts the facts to blame Bush for something that is perfectly legal.
Americans have less confidence in Bush in almost every area. They even prefer ex-President Clinton in almost every area.
Perhaps some of the killing in Iraq, perhaps more than some, is simply for the thrill of it . . . for sport.
Of course China manipulates its currency, but are they any worse than the rest of us?
This letter implicitly carries with it a conditional threat of war, judgment and destruction against the United States.
Both the Sun and I view this letter as a conditional declaration of war against the United States.
The revelations about the NSA's call monitoring program bring to mind the Orwellian worlds of Huxley's Brave New World and Orwell's 1984.
Bush defends tracking calls between citizens while Republican leaders fret and Americans yawn.
AZ Congressional candidate Weiss: “Congress must rein in the ideology of the Bush White House and insist on pragmatic solutions.”
One of the difficult parts about being a journalist is that your mistakes are so public.
As the ultimate “small penis” vehicle is being phased out, guys look elsewhere to compensate for their inadequacy down below.
Dear Elsa, I've always struggled in finding fulfilling and harmonious relationships.
I am still hearing rumblings about Stephen Colbert's keynote speech at the White House Correspondents Association dinner.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for May 13, 2006
Brightcove and Tivo aim to bring together online video and television in a way that exploits the strengths of both.
The online TV show is described as a sci-fi thriller and will unfold over a series of minute-long episodes.
Science finally learns to measure happiness exactly. More or less. Here is the protocol and some new findings.
An imprisoned blogger, the pain of gossip, and reflections on literature and life.
John Stossel is once again being a git, a snot, and pushing his agenda and views on the public and not making a news report.
What an astute viewer can learn about 'real life' when a show is well-crafted and well-acted.
Yahoo seems to be focusing on the delivery system for original content, and not what's delivered.
VH1's Behind The Music documents the rise and fall of Pantera and the death of Dimebag.
Is punishment a good strategy for crime?
Colin Farrell's genuine performance cuts through a film that is often disingenous.
The last two apprentices fight to put on the best event. Will the murder mystery win or the 007 themed night?
Fishbowl, a short film by the late Kayo Hatta (Picture Bride) airs on many PBS stations as part of Independent Lens.
Costco dukes it out over state wine laws.