Latin America has many decisions to make about its future. The U.S. needs to pay attention to the paths they choose.
Remember terms such as “terrorism” and “ insurgency?” Well, the new mantras are “asymmetric warfare” and “nontraditional enemies.”
These blues are the kind you hear at an upscale club where people sip drinks while politely tapping their feet and drumming their fingers on the table.
Heavy, fast, speed metal in a controlled environment.
Grind gets its groove on.
Joseph Hill of Culture passes away, Offspring, YouTube and Paris Hilton in today's update.
One of the most renowned performance groups gives you a taste of their tunes.
New releases for August 22, 2006
It is more of a reimagining than a straight cover version.
How can you go wrong with the best of the best?
The only place for reclusive Misfits fanatics, Hollister-clad tennis players, and forty-somethings.
Panic Channel produces very clean, very melodic but rather standard rock songs.
To best sum up how I felt about this DVD, I would like to recite a poem...
Yup, these "girls" have got some rhythm. Here are thirteen tracks of all-female tribute band goodness.
... I feel a heavy responsibility to steer my cohorts in the right direction when I spot something I think they'd like.
Owens wasn’t prepared for camp by his team of experts, so now the Cowboys should step in and take charge.
Edward R. Murrow is credited by many with inventing television news and bringing down Senator Joseph McCarthy.
An almost forgotten and really creepy 1980s horror film that deserves a DVD release.
Through Scotty, film geeks get a peek at how the rest of the world perceives those of us who know they’re not “just movies.”
Prison Break enjoys a good start and Vanished shows promise.
Samuel L. Jackson injects some of his famous personality into a B-movie that otherwise would've been a campy straight-to-video release.
The Season Two opener of Prison Break premiered August 21 on Fox.
This week, Veronica Mars and House bypass sophomore slump.
Snakes fizzles, yet still finds it's way to the top. Is the Internet audience to blame?
Not quite up to the hype.
Just because the fellas are outside the prison walls, the breakin' doesn't necessarily have to end.
An audience divided surely will not stand.
Lurks too much, methinks.
It basically wants to be a nice little movie. For better or worse, that’s just what it is.
At my keyboard the worlds align and overlap, passing over and through each other to weave a fabric.
Sports, politics, and new ideas for the site on this week's BCRadio Podcast.
Dear Elsa, My marriage is ending, which is a very good thing.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for August 22, 2006
A hat and an iPod -- is it a match made in heaven or are the gadget blogs going to cause an early divorce?
One step closer to locking it down...
At the bottom of it all, Hitchhiker is a simple and well-told story of unrequited love and of carefully laid plans going haywire...
If you haven't heard the album, you need to go get it. And when you're done, you need to read this book.
An exclusive "interview" with video gaming's latest botched attempt at a mascot character.
A war on the PSP's processing power.