Mates Of State prove that husbands and wives can get along, and make great indie-pop too!
From Robert Johnson's blues to "The Look of Love" and back again.
Gomez creates a polished power pop album while maintaining their artistic strengths of songwriting and musicianship.
Music from a different kitchen? Here is why Radiohead's Kid A and Amnesiac may actually be superior to the great OK Computer.
Departure is a polished folk album that explores a variety of musical styles.
Part 5 in a series of musings on my music collection.
TV Viewer's Diary weighs in on the House finale, a bit late.
Filled with action and some memorable one-liners, Air Force One is a classic Harrison Ford action thriller.
What does Lost have planned for the third season?
Lacks heart and character development, but is already successful. Look for Magneto and Wolverine in 2007 and another X-Men series.
Airplane seems to gain new altitude with each generation to which it’s introduced.
An extraordinary epic, replete with dazzling choreography, well-blended musical scores, and characters the audience loves to root for.
Newsflash: Director Jim Wynorski to sue himself for plagarizing his own ideas.
Two hours of tasteless TV genius in which “Can you top this?” alternates with “What were they thinking?”
A pleasurable affair for both parents and children.
News of the lack of credit given to Sri Lankans has preceded the film to Colombo.
Tommy Lee Jones' directorial debut is a thoughtful, brooding western.
A new television season is upon us. Will it be any good?
Doing the impossible twice in about a week or so, Bonds make the inevitable 715th a “ho-hum” moment.
The results and overview of the Monaco Grand Prix...
Where does this event fit in baseball history?
The complete Blogcritics' roundup of the 715.
"My genome is bigger than yours!" Venter's personal genome will be published as a reference databank this year. Where will this maverick researcher head next?
It may sound inviting and even plausible to some, but Homeopathy is the Scientology of alternative therapies. It's bollocks.
Jupiter has a surprise waiting for you! Go get our telescopes and head for the backyard!
Join us this week on SciTech Watch as we explore the science and technology behind racing in Indianapolis Racing League (IRL).
Should the British government hand out life sentences for Iraq deserters? Is the Government condemning anti-war sentiment too stridently?
Two articles in Sunday's Boston Globe show a common root between current issues in public health and higher education.
A look at Frederick's Days of Reflection On the Human Cost of War.
The event forced me to have my eyes wide open, just as the exhibit is called.
Is it any wonder that the arts and artists are looked on as some sort of freak show?
A young artist explores the female reproductive system in an amazing art installation in Arlington, Virginia.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for May 28, 2006