Dead Man's Chest and Howl's Moving Castle contain a thematic of displaced hearts and piracy which helps explain Hamdan v. Rumsfeld.
Sri Lanka is close to the abyss. A mere push, can, and will, take us over the edge into the bottomless pit of lawlessness and chaos.
Email marketing campaign promotes a book that in this author's opinion is a reasonable solution to Mid-East problem.
Sometimes it's not the splashy headlines that tell the story of what's going on in the country, or what the future holds.
At the Huffington Post, Robert Elisberg asks fifty really easy questions, and I've got fifty questions of my own.
Why is the medical community deceiving people on what the so-called "cervical cancer" vaccine does?
Good book with a disappointing CD included.
Anyone who calls Rory Stewart's tale of his walk across Afghanistan in the middle of winter simply a travelogue is as crazy as Stewart's idea.
A brilliant study in human relations and what makes us who we are.
A marvelous swashbuckling, yet poetic picture of Madrid in Spain's Golden era.
A piece of pure inside information and a must-read for anyone with a game console in their homes.
Day two keynote: Chris Early, Studio Manager, Microsoft Casual Games Group.
The second keynote speaker is Trip Hawkins of Digital Chocolate
Disgusting blog behavior ruins a superb service from Microsoft.
Attention to detail and realism do not equal entertainment.
A travesty to the phrase: Need for Speed.
His fourth solo album delivers a little less bathroom banter, a lot more drugs.
Terms like rock and pop, like lines of longitude, are just artificial constructs, while music itself is all-natural.
On a hot Sunday night, at the Bank of America Pavilion, fearless Bonnie proclaimed, “It’s good to be back here!”
The album is their ninth studio release and breaks an eight year lull.
Let's take a look back at the troubled and reclusive co-founder of Pink Floyd.
Did he notice when the rest of the band stopped picking him up for rehearsals?
A Waits tour is a rare thing. Looks like Chicago or one of the Tennessee shows will be the closest Waits comes to St. Louis.
Still Creedence after all these years: John Fogerty was Creedence. He still is. And More.
Pigeon-holed as either a mad genius or ultimate recluse, Mangum had been bitten by the bug and was ready to start scratching.
In simplest terms, it's a virtuoso record.
From television to horror movies, Lee Perkins keeps driving in the fast lane.
After years of being at the top of comedy, the four stars of Blue Collar Comedy are giving us one more show for the road.
For spiritual, philosophical, and cinematic reasons, Jesus of Nazareth is a definite must-see film for the ages.
How will this week's entries fare against Pirates?
Does Jean-Claude Van Damme gyrate his hips again?
A blockbuster film, even by today's standards.
Liev Schreiber and Jennifer Ehle star in Shakespeare's Macbeth in New York's Central Park.
MGs were sexy, fun sports cars that brought the sports car to the world. The Chinese promise its return.
When does television coverage cross the line and become too much?
Hi Elsa, I have a debilitating pattern in relationships where I choose men that are ultimately unavailable.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for July 14, 2006
Social sites bring communication and networking together, despite skeptics and predators preying on youth.
I am my own worst enemy when it comes to achieving my deadline goals. These are tips and reminders I've found useful through work experience.
What to do if you love Macs but need Windows? Get a Mac and run Windows through Boot Camp?
Google has come away the clear victor so far, even though the case is not yet completely over.
Think the Tribe has a chance? Guess again.
Quite frankly, I don't understand what the fuss is all about.
NBA star Carmelo Anthony needs to be a better judge of character.
Be honest. You were wondering how disfigured his face would be.