When you're a family, with each new moment comes new hope.
Comedian Lewis Black is the Moses of crankiness.
Blogcritics is a community of people bursting with ideas and wielding keyboards irreverently. We are the unwashed masses that the web has unleashed.
If rappers want to spew violent lyrics, that's fine. Just dont expect every black person to like it.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for June 09, 2006
I will walk off the plane and hug my mother and she might actually be able to get her arms around me.
The anti-video game attorney has gone too far.
The lack of a digital audio output, 480p max resolution, and a culture that isn't primed to change yet doesn't help the Wii.
Thompson's anti-game law has made it through the state’s House and Senate and will now go to Gov. Blanco.
Thompson continues to take other people’s very real personal tragedies for use to further his own twisted agenda.
By trying to make it illegal to rent or sell games to minors, the federal government is overstepping its boundaries.
Is video game addiction a real phenomenon or just hype designed to earn consultants money?
The quality of Ben Consoli's voice is different from the usual fare.
Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston, Mike Love, and Brian Wilson to receive awards for double-Platinum Sounds of Summer: The Very Best of The Beach Boys.
A retro feel but a new sound.
The Mints come from the same state as the Flaming Lips, a fact they like to point out.
It's arena rock tainted with some violin.
Compilation of extended mixes of disco and new wave classics with Diana Ross, Donna Summer, Chic, and Blondie.
Fueled by the front-and-center guitar crunch of Robert Quine and Richard Lloyd, Matthew Sweet creates a Poptopian masterwork.
Oh sure, it's easy to say that I don't really need that copy of, say, Aerosmith's Rock In A Hard Place.
Glastonbury spin-off cancelled, Mobile networks could face World Cup stress, and Jay-Z to celebrate 10th anniversary of debut in today's update.
Is there an emotional centerpiece? That probably depends on the listener.
Metal fans are upset that this incident could damage the already tarnished view of metal-heads.
Foundation for success: Visionary online CD trading site will give 20% of its revenue to performing artists.
The list continues, with Cro-Mags, Murphy's Law, H2O, Sick of it All and more...
Due to its portrayal of Nazis, it suffered more criticism than most sitcoms from that time period.
A studied, labored biography that saps excitement out of an inherently fascinating subject.
I thought -- perhaps naively -- that the second part of Dr. Who's Cybermen return story would be better.
Let the droolish anticipation begin.
Hugo Award-winning Buffy writer Jane Espenson will write an upcoming episode of Battlestar Galactica.
How far will the box office be driven?
Why does invisibility turn people into serial killers?
The latest import for the Hollywood machine is a controversial classic.
This Oscar-winner is a thoughtful piece of social commentary wrapped in a storyline ripe with conflict and suspense.
A newly released tape by al-Qaeda's No. 2, Ayman al-Zawahri, overlooks the death of Zarqawi. Bad intelligence?
But you'd still have to be crazy to trust your retirement to a traditional pension plan.
Bolton is not only doing a little toe-stepping, he has put the U.N. on the rack and is turning the screws.
Fines for indecency go up by a factor of ten in continued Nipplegate fallout.
Al-Zarqawi, a tool of the Bush administration?
A report on Windows Live in the UK, and an interview with Windows Live director Phil Holden.
Terminator-like, self-assembling film has human touch sensitivity and applications for robotics, surgery, military.
TiVo users will be able to download video from select Internet sites with the new broadband download service TiVoCast.
iTunes selection of FOX programming includes the first season of Buffy and Firefly's short but incredibly good single season showing.
Carnivorous rabbits, camera-friendly ghosts, under-paid cleaners and some yummy food. It is all here.
Green will broadcast the new Internet-only show from his living room every week.
It's only June. The Reds are in first and on fire. But it's only June.
I don't even really like football, but it's the World Cup, and everywhere I look, I see England united in hope and pride.
Whitlock tells us how to think -- plays the race card and invokes class warfare -- and is perfect. Perfectly wrong.