A DC Comics event starring Steel, Ralph Dibny, Booster Gold, Steel and other DC characters, including a brand new hero.
The whole world is governed by numbers, ratios, and probabilities. Find out how to make that work for you.
A comprehensive collection of Bob Dylan interviews that is both fascinating and frustrating.
While not without flaws, and often deeply sad, this is a life-affirming story, a reminder of the risks and limits of love.
Columnist Ann Coulter’s outrageous antics have finally put a dent in her credibility with the right. She’s been dropped by a conservative paper in Ohio.
The battle escalates. Syria and Iran are threatened by Israel. The international community does nothing as always. Is there a strategy somewhere?
Secretary of Commerce Carlos M. Gutierrez talks to the purple silhouette of James Madison, sparks nativist fury.
"Don't pay attention to that man behind the curtain," the wizard shouted as he maneuvered levers to create his image.
The collapse and tragedy surrounding Boston's Big Dig has opened a can of proverbial worms. Unfortunately someone had to die to get people to pay attention.
A war without a plan is like a day without sunshine.
Hezbollah launched a terrorist attack against Israel earlier today, kidnapping two soldiers and killing three others; Israel responded with war.
With all of Lebanon now its target, the world waits to see what action Israel will take.
I left this production feeling that it had a simple message: "There is terrible suffering. You will watch this terrible suffering."
The Christ allegory is rather astounding.
We KNOW you've already picked someone out.
I once wanted to be a minister, but I don't understand how or why so many people use God's name as excuse for inhumanity. I need to understand.
The rudest city? They don't hold doors, but they aided each other when it was needed. Put that in your pipe and smoke it!
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for July 13, 2006
Whether Bell Globemedia's purchase of CHUM Limited goes through or not, Canadian television will never be quite the same. Maybe that's just as well.
A conservative blogger reports on a tour he took of the Boston Globe at the invitation of the paper's Ombudsman.
Sophisticated, slightly European with sensual lighting and synth-pop dance music – but not too European; we’re Americans after all.
A CD that is “chock-full” of tunes that represent a span of seven years.
More Guster, less Saleski. Now go buy these CDs!
This album sounds like an angry gypsy queen meets a lonely night club singer meets a crazy pirate bitch from hell.
Microsoft and Yahoo test inoperating message systems in today's music and tech news update
What I'm saying here is that Built To Spill does not often (or maybe ever) play "verse, verse, chorus, verse, chorus, chorus, chorus, fadeout"-type tunes.
Marty's Musical Meltdown looks at another stack of hard rock and metal releases.
More than a mere blues musician, Roy Book Binder is a first rate showman and storyteller.
Imagine listening to five minutes of electrical noise in reverse, only to realise that they’ve just put the album on again after it.
This is an intelligent, provocative, and inspired creation.
The cover claims them as one of the bands to help define the rap/metal genre. I'm not sure I can agree with that.
A trip down memory lane....
Most weeks, a playlist has been just that; this week, it's something else.
Maybe this works if you've seen them live.
The son of a son of a sailor drinks margaritas in his beach house on the moon.
Thornley’s creations are wickedly infectious in their slyness.
An award-winning film worth passing over.
There are some films that find an audience on DVD, and deservedly so...
Out Of The Past succeeds in many areas where previous films in the genre fell behind.
AOL will stream the Foo Fighters largest-ever concert live from London's Hyde Park.
Bravo megahit Project Runway returns with fabulous dresses, bitchy judges, and backstabbing contestants.
Kelly Clarkson sets rumors to rest and readies an HBO concert special. Vince Vaughn stretches his dramatic chops. Britney eats fried chicken.
The Mobile Game Conference is "the leading event for mobile games."
Avi Datner is seeking unspecified damages of at least $25,000, as well as reinclusion in Yahoo's search index.