Multi-platform content is the new rage, but producers and broadcasters cry: Show me the money.
Thus far, it remains blind in the dark of space.
Here’s some recent health news that should be of interest to most folks. It’s good to be a skeptic.
From Simply Red to Broken Social Scene, and onward to Nick Drake -- the latest installment to pique your musical curiosity.
Stunning concert of lush, cinematic flamenco-influenced acoustic guitar music with a band of exotic instrumentalists.
The artists pay respectful homage to a number of classics from Toussaint's catalog as well as to several new tunes written by the pair on this Katrina-inspired album.
An evening of Latin-influenced jazz with the ledgendary Paquito D'Rivera, a child prodigy, and Canadian bassist Robert Occhipinti.
Can we please just let Charles Thompson make a few albums of his own for once?
Finest jazz trio that I've seen in years -- elder statesman pianist McCoy Tyner remains a vital force in jazz.
Rather than re-releasing Nothing is Sound, the band is working on a new record.
Stereophonics' live double-album is no hit parade, but it rocks.
Overall, I would say it is better than recent efforts with one exception -- the singles.
Where'd that clicker go.......?
In the end, is it only a cutesy niche documentary?
Edward and Carly both have revenge on their mind.
Irony down to the happy ending, and presumably beyond.
Some thoughts on the recasting of Star Trek. Let's have some fun with this!
While it's not one of the great romantic comedies, this is solid popcorn fare.
Older TV series and thousands of movies are coming this fall as Channel 4 seeks to expand their video broadband services.
Innsbruck...now attracts more North American visitors than any other European ski destination.
"It's you – nobody else – who determine your destiny and decide your fate." -- e.e. cummings
If Stuttgart was the scene of rioting and rampaging, we must reclassify the uprisings in Los Angeles, New Orleans, and Paris as Armageddon.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for June 25, 2006
An eccentric owner; a crazy collection; a secret attic. A peek at the dying world of independently owned bookshops.
The great divide between Islam and the West remains, as does denial among Muslims of the 9/11 attacks.
In the Boston Globe this weekend Robert Kuttner blames the right for the left's weaknesses.
A colorable premise of a near-future America controlled by huge conglomerates and fundamentalist Christians loses its way and its power in its execution.
The latest sports idiot is White Sox manager Ozzie Guillen. Forget sensitivity training. He needs “shut up” training.
Baseball needs to look to its past to know how to deal with the White Sox manager.
David Beckham, the English skipper and face of the team, is just playing on his past glory.