Del McCoury's gospel The Promised Land, Joan Jett and the REAL "Sinner" having a famous religious conversation with Sam Phillips.
The ultimate progression from Canada.
Rumored New Dylan, Google to launch GBuy and the Tupac Legacy Tour in today's update.
Beyond 2001: The blogosphere bids a fond farewell to the brilliant Hungarian composer Gyorgy Ligeti.
An energetic, exciting tour of the world of rock music you've never heard, from Cambodia to Germany to the Congo.
Releases from Rush, the Futureheads, the Replacements, and Matthew Sweet.
Do you know what would make you happy? Probably not. But if you don't know, who does?
Week 4 of a year-long series. This issue stars Booster Gold, Steel, Renee Montoya, The Question and The Elongated Man.
Keeping the drama in your work and out of your life.
Fighting evil in bookstores everywhere, but coming to a theater near you!
Words are always suspect by someone, but what would happen if print was censored and controlled?
These kids speak plainly about their lives. That's the tragedy and miracle of kids; they only know what they know.
The best theatre America has to offer was recently honored. Did your favorites win?
HBO subscribers must have gasped at the thought of a half-hour sitcom taking the stage on Sunday nights, right after Entourage.
Still a disturbing film today, Tod Browning's bizarre and daring magnum opus is an amateurish endeavor with flashes of brilliance.
Tarnation suggests that it’s not about deserving the life we get, but surviving it.
How do you get a reluctant date on a plane in time for a big career-making movie premiere? No prob. Let E handle it.
I laughed a few times, but not nearly as much as I cringed. And that's not a good way to start a new series.
"It's just an absolute tour de force of direction of its kind."
Anthony Hopkins delivers a magical and endearing performance.
If you buy no other DVD this summer...
Of death, of love, of my Pick of the Week.
"There are Muppets in my kitchen!"
Raggy girly hair, Muppets, and wet knickers...no, really.
Arthouse for the gore-hound.
A stunning nonfiction film essay that calls the "War on Terror" a myth created by politicians.
If you race out of a movie theater the moment the credits start rolling, Cars may not be for you.
It's about time for the ivory tower to open its gates.
Angelina Jolie has a new role, Janet Jackson's boob, guilty pleasures, Nintendo DS Lite, and much more.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for June 13, 2006
Researchers at Kaiser Permanente are saying that it is possible that coffee drinking may help reduce alcohol-related cirrhosis of the liver.
As form-factors get smaller, when is enough enough?
The British publication is heading towards being a website that happens to have a print edition.
Ann Coulter has crossed the line of decency. All humans with a beating heart should be appalled.
First Nations still being played for fools and their concerns taken for granted by all levels of government.
Suspected terrorists held in intolerable conditions in Vatican. The plush rooms, private baths, and excellent food violates everything they expected.
Rather than let the right wing set the agenda on immigration, why shouldn't the left make the issue their own?
Human growth hormone and helmetless quarterbacks are dominating the sports headlines these days. Let’s have some fun.