The good, the bad, the funny, the ridiculous. Not my hairstyles over the years but the past week in sports.
Watch out for the best player available. Be open to trades for a point guard. And don't think you know something special.
Does the world need Superman?
Wolverine's a go for 2007, Star Jones get the boot, Kate and Orlando team up, and Shyamalan delivers another dud.
A campy review of a campy film: cheap shots, cheesy double-entendres, and puerile, trashy prose writing. Read at your own risk.
Comedy Central resurrects cult fave Futurama, Rescue Me stirs up some sexy controversy, and Vincent Chase's Entourage bubble gets popped.
It's the kind of film that would probably be fun to make, but watching it is another matter.
The Man of Steel has returned.
When there's fire, there's smoke.
Will diehard Superman fans and comic book guys be satisfied by this one?
The Man of Steel is back! But can he deliver?
New host. New venue. Same quality?
Sometimes the band's tongues are so firmly implanted in their cheeks it’s difficult to understand how they played those tremendous horn parts.
Dub Side of the Moon is a brilliant reinvention of the Pink Floyd classic.
Behold: The greatest set list of the millennium.
A special edition, in which our Fanboy is joined by a friend. Much discussion ensues.
Anyone who thought the blowing sands and billowing hijabs of Bahrain could hold the "childlike" attention span of Michael Jackson for more than a year has been drinking Jesus Juice.
A live recording from "The Dog Ate the Part We Didn't Like Tour." Everyone enjoyed every sandwich, though.
This brilliant album, newly augmented with worthy additions, will never let you down.
Two CDs of Thelonious Monk in the studio with John Coltrane, 1957. Man needs to hear something like that.
A must for Nelson fans and very interesting for those that want to learn how Willie became an outlaw.
PoPsie got Dizzy and catches the 'Trane before he departed for good.
Ninth in a series of musings on my music collection. Co-starring Ernest Borgnine and Richard Dawson.
The globe-trotting dance music label celebrates 10 years.
I know they’re all lying to me -- they must be. They all have different stories!
It has become commonplace for Christians to make specific claims that worldly things display the reality, power, and wisdom of God.
On vacation last week? Check out what you missed while you were gone!
Despite years of self doubt, I am overcoming the internal barriers. Mine is a voice that needs to be heard.
"I have loved a younger man for the past five years."
As far as the planet can tell, we are just another life form.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for June 28, 2006
Iranians: Trying to convince the world the Holocaust didn't happen? That's almost as bad as Enron, but without hiding your accounting books.
If you would like the feel of being a knight or lady in the 13th century, this may be the fat beach-book for you.
A fast-paced thriller that blends action and time travel with interesting characters on a spiritual quest.
This is something akin to Universal going to Napster in 1999 and saying, "We want to do a cross-promotional thing, cool?"