Microsoft is entering the healthcare field in a big way.
Mini-jets just may become the wave of the future, but are they totally safe?
Want an individual Metallica song? iTunes has what you need, as Metallica goes after the money.
A witty and entertaining guide that might help you out at your next social event.
Revising your entire piece at once can make you miss problem areas. Instead, take it easy, and tackle one issue at a time.
The quick-moving dialogue cuts to the heart of things without worrying how it "might look".
A blog about lawyers lets pride lead the way to a fall from a self-imposed pedestal.
A film every student of history, philosophy, and human nature owe it to themselves to see.
Taking hold of the King Kong hysteria is only a good thing if you do it right.
A comedy that's fun for the family.
Rock Star: Supernova gives Phil the goodbye nod.
Shyamalan's Lady is more interesting for its oddity than its substance, leaving us disappointed.
13 TZAMETI is a high stakes game where only luck is the winning hand.
Should be called Into The Poo.
The former Baywatch star tells Blogcritics about his new role as Justin on Beyond the Break.
You really have to appreciate the pure transgressiveness of even trying to make comedy out of your mother's real suicide.
Who gets to be buried next in the twisted turbulence of Wisteria Lane?
A hilarious comedy about a case of mistaken identity.
If Stephen King made an animated horror movie this would be it.
This Thornett guy, he's goin' places.
Only Hollywood can make gruesome teenage deaths entertaining... three times in a row.
Dallas combines the classic sex and innuendo of boilerplate afternoon soap operas with the freewheeling adventure of Texas wildcats and filthy rich oil barons.
Many critics call it one of the best films ever made -- or even the best -- as evidenced in its 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Now I know why.
"Learn to invest in loss. Who is willing to do this?"
The first of a series of articles chronicling one young man's experiences while training with a dog guide.
The oak tree is a symbol of strength and endurance.
...and you still want it.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for July 27, 2006
Dear Elsa, I live in the basement apartment of a house owned by a man I used to be in a relationship with.
A commentary on virtual protests and the real world.
The play’s passionate extravagences are here given full rein; there's much flinging of arms, much being swept into a loved-one's arms.
The debut from Boston-based folk/country artist Carrie Cheron shows her voice to good effect.
Elvis Costello recently made his second appearance in Atlanta within three months.
Apollo 13 are sometimes confusing, sometimes inspiring, but always in some sort of control.
A playlist diary of my first day ever at Walt Disney World in Florida.
Poisonblack's second release comes around quickly after the demise of Sentenced, this time with Ville Laihiala doing double duty.
New Mars Volta, Kazaa settles, and Audioslave's Cornell does Bond in today's update.
We will be featuring a different (preferably unsigned) band every week. But we need bands!
"Yeah, I need to take emotional inventory."
Hippy singer-songwriter joins no-holds-barred rock band?! What the heck? Hang about, not as crazy as it sounds.
Eccentric Japanese organ and elegant jazz harp... together at last.
The blues may hold the key to global peace.
Does Brain Age improve your mental function, or is it just hype?
Independent filmmaker turned videogame producer...oh, and a nice guy too!
Did the butler do it this time?
Logic says that a ship that can take out thousands of aliens wouldn't be stuck only moving left to right.
The U.S. government has compromised the war on terror by discharging invaluable gay and lesbian servicemembers because of their sexual orientation.
For the good of Texas and the welfare of its people, Democrat Chris Bell needs to do the right thing and go home.
The Indo-US Nuclear Co-operation Bill passed by the US House of Representatives is not in alignment with the July18, 2005 agreement.
New poll finds House within the reach of Democrats with virtually every issue playing against the Republicans.
Congratulations to Arizona for the worst idea in history for increasing voter registration -- bribes.
Both sides, as usual, miss the point.
'Schadenfreude' is a German word that means "Taking Joy at Another's Sorrows."
Why is anyone surprised that the winner of the premier event, in the dirtiest doping sport in history, failed a drug test?
The Tour de France winner tested positive for testosterone, the dope.
Looks like Bonds’ steroid dealing trainer will be getting “three squares” again courtesy of the man.