Plays don't come any more topical: the Prime Minister is in deep trouble with an angry media and a restive Chancellor.
Ever hear of DJ Star (aka Troi Torain)? The hip-hop DJ made the news after threatening on-air to sexually abuse a 4 year old.
Want to quit your job? Ask yourself these three questions first.
The band asks the eternal question: "how is a sweaty Kiefer Sutherland like a German Shepherd from a low-budget Canadian TV series?"
Christianity too hateful for you? Come to the One True Church!
We want to see what happens this hurricane season before deciding whether it makes sense to build or buy another house.
Dear Elsa, Many years ago, I dated a much older man...
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for May 15, 2006
This installment rated NC-17.
The continuing recapping of the end of the season, courtesy of TV Viewer's Diary.
Goodbye, Survivor. Hello, SurvOprah.
Donny Crane and the Squid. Could anything be more delicious?
Was it a satisfying conclusion to a satisfying season? Or, was it just a good season which Terry should have won?
A continuing series from A TV Viewer's Diary.
Ongoing looks at some of this year's finales, courtesy of The TV Viewer's Diary.
The TV Viewer's Diary continuing look at the season's finales.
Warner Bros. recently said that it would include online rights with syndication in 2007. Sony is doing it right now.
Ongoing series of TV Viewer's Diary finale reports.
Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. Tennis now has a rivalry to match the one of Pete and Andre.
Let Larry Brown stay if you want to be talked about again in the post-season.
The Ramble: The Chicago Cubs, Annika Sorenstam, The Red Sox-Yankee Rivalry, Ricardo Mayorga And A New World Record In The Men’s 100 Meter Dash
Everything about this new disease seems to have come out of a bad horror movie.
Almost any subject can be spun for political use and this just might be the case with bird loss and wind turbines.
This is iPod DJ-ing taken to the next level.
AOL recently announced it's laying off 1,300 more employees. Are its members more "savvy and sophisticated" or just not satisfied with the service?
CBS is taking advantage of the interactive nature of the Internet for the season finale of CSI.
Buy.com is planning to roll out its own brand of ad-supported online TV aimed at selling more products.
Along with asking Bush "what kind of immigration reform he supports," Reid called for specifics about border patrol issues, including illegal business hiring.
The GOP is running a terrible risk if anything like amnesty becomes law this year.
Uzbek troops massacred 800 civilians in Andijan one year ago; that won't stop Vladimir Putin from embracing the Uzbek dictator.
While Umphrey McGee's previous effort had a youthful exuberance, this has a focused maturity that illsutrates their growth as artists.
An epic showcasing of Eric Johnson's talents on PBS' "Austin City Limits".
Cult indie rock act Grandaddy calls it quits with this bittersweet farewell, gorgeous spaced-out pop songs about changing your life.
Arty pays his debt to society for second Woodstock wheels-and-weed offense in less than two years.
The foghorn-throated rap superstar turned his impressive instrument upon the help when asked to buckle his seatbelt.
Two very special hours with Willy DeVille
26 year-old guitar whiz Derek Trucks discusses sharing the stage with Eric Clapton.
True tales of an anonymous punk rocker, fourth in a series
Keyboard great's solo albums are reissued.
Lumping Metric in the indie rock category doesn’t do the band justice.
Slow Runner are what happens when Star Wars fans grow up and get funky.
Young is calling for a return of civility and community, for a vision that embraces, not excludes. It's a tough call, and a necessary one.
A fun blend of swing, ragtime, folk, and just about any other acoustic style you can think of.
A Vatican tale of mystery and intrigue.
"You really can make Windows behave," says David Karp. Find out how.
An invaluable contribution to the collection of anyone who has a passion for this music.
No, it's not what you're thinking. There's very little for the prurient interest here, but plenty to provoke thought.
Are you willing to spend almost $700 for a new video game system?
The new Mario side-scroller is here. You really don't have to read this review. But since you are here, humor me.
Planes go boom a lot, and that's all fans want.
Starting June 1, Atari will be dropping the price of its current-gen titles to $19.99.