Weather has always created headlines.
Hi Elsa, My best friend and I are having problems, although he is my soul mate in every sense of the word.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for August 02, 2006
Alternative rock with a country twist.
Life got you down? Pick up a copy of Bring Yer Wellies and pick up your spirits!
New DMX: This opus apparently breaks artistic ground by exploring the theme of women as bitches, and also the popping of caps into the asses of gang-bangers.
Abbeygate may have just enough sly punkitude to popularize this anachronistic sound.
The Beach Boys, XM partners with Google and iTunes teams up with Coke in today's update.
I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy, too, but even better is this harrowing and heartfelt masterwork.
Can you tell Karen O from the look-a-likes in this video?
They have to be seen to be believed.
Blogcritics’ M.D. Sandwasher sits down with the Guster’s Ryan Miller.
With a photo among the most requested of his images, PoPsie captured the spirit of the Stones in Times Square.
Today's happenings in the Big Brother 7: All Stars house. Beware -- spoilers run amok!
What's the Big Brother Slop taste like? Whose eye is in the opening credits? Questions answered by Big Brother Executive Producer Arnold Shapiro.
Clerks II represents not just a return to what Kevin Smith knows best, but a defense of that return.
Within the first 30 seconds you get the impression that it is worth the higher DVD price.
If you were like me and you snoozed through 1996, do yourself a favor and check this movie out.
Natalie Ramsey plays the troubled girl Lacey on The-N's hit show. Here's the exclusive interview.
"Escape to the House of the Mummies Part II?" What the hell happened to Part 1?
Italian cannibal film with a Vietnam War subtext.
Stone's film captures the terrifying events masterfully, but that only accounts for the first half of the film.
Comedian Steve Coogan headlines an unconventional musical journey through the punk rock movement in Manchester.
Let the Broke-Bat Mountain jokes begin, or rather lets not.
These bozos are serious, in this 1980s romp where the gags are lethal, and the popcorn eats you!
Even when you are taken on a journey that never makes sense, the very last thing you need are bad characters.
Among the returning films, The Devil Wears Prada continued to show strong legs.
One of Woody Allen's more juvenile undertakings.
Duo's first game, East Coast Rising, will lead to plundering on the go.
52, the DC comics series, starring Clark Kent, Booster Gold, and Black Adam.
Young Adult (YA) isn't like it used to be. An introduction, some recommendations, and the obligatory Harry Potter Rant.
A fascinating mix of psychiatric and scientific jargon goes along with enjoyable stories and illustrations.
Pick up The Club Dumas and be reminded of the reasons for reading...
Van Why recounts his frightening experiences as an ordinary citizen thrust into the front lines during the worst terrorist attack in America.
On such issues as terrorism, judicial limits, and disaster preparedness, Richard Brookhiser offers exhaustive research to support some surprising his opinions.
Like a good superstitious ballplayer, Utley isn't talking about his current 33-game hitting streak.
The odds open at 3-to-1 that Jake Gyllenhaal's next paparazzi kiss is with the 7-time Tour de France winner.
Will our genetically-enhanced, chemically optimized, and possibly bio-cyber equipped descendants will think of us as “Amish”?
When Charles Whitman became America's most famous mass murderer, citizens helped stop him. Could you do the same today?
Why would anyone call a defensive coordinator who blitzed on every play any kind of conservative?
The Arabs don't have very much to be proud about, do they?
Windows BSOD, Mozilla streaming video problem, and Mac trash bug.