Aaron Spelling was one of television's most prolific and sucessful personalities of all time.
This is the single-largest philanthropic donation by an individual ever.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for June 26, 2006
The Dixie Chicks are back from exile. They’ve got a new album, they’re doing interviews, and they're plumb dang full of sassy attitude.
Jonah Smith struggles to find his identity in this freshman outing.
Mardin's remarkable career spanned over 40 years, from the Young Rascals to Norah Jones.
Bright Eyes gets back to basics for album due next spring...
Radiohead have officially joined the list (with that Bruce Springsteen guy) of bands I will travel anywhere, anytime to see. Don't miss them.
House creator David Shore reflects on his philosophies on writing generally and on his hit show specifically.
Aaron Spelling, 1923-2006
It's not a great episode, but it's a nice little segue for big revelations expected in the upcoming two-part season finale.
Universal presents the second season of the very entertaining detective series.
A very well put together overview of the various changes and incarnations of the Man of Steel.
I cannot imagine someone with any amount of appreciation for the Beatles or their music who would not thoroughly enjoy this film.
The NY Times has exposed classified information on three separate occasions and must be prosecuted to prevent further violations.
Connecticut’s under-the-radar fifth district is creating a buzz and will prove interesting this fall.
We've forgotten the lessons of the American Revolution. This July 4th, it's time to remember them and prepare to fight for our liberties.
Who raises his hand to greet you, greet him first; who raises his hand to kill you, kill him first.
Those responsible for publishing this information at the NY Times should enjoy the company of their sources inside a Federal penitentiary.
The U.S. Attorney General must begin formal investigations of these matters in full view of the American and world public.
Was England's lacklustre World Cup second round performance against Ecuador enough to silence their critics? Apparently it was.
The footballing gods don't do "fair".
Apparently, God who still saves the Queen, and has assumed a recent responsibility of saving the collective arse of the England team.
Didion's writing is crisp and raw. I don't know if I have ever read such an intimate book before.
"The final chapter is hidden away, although it's now changed very slightly."
Avoid scams and untrustworthy folks in the writing industry.
Subtly sly, nefariously inventive; you’ll find yourself diverted by the weapons of matrimonial destruction, delighted in the on-target accuracy of each anvil hitting its mark.
New birth control pill, Anya, will stop a woman's monthly menstrual cycle.
Cadbury knew about the contamination since January but did not disclose it until now.