Perhaps NaNoWriMo is a little too much like the old Chinese curse of "May you live in interesting times" for some.
This one goes just wide to the left, and it is no good.
A grand scale sets a new standard for hack 'n slash brawlers.
Discover life, love, and other passions while cooking a simple fuss-free curry of potatoes.
...I still find myself musing over what became of the characters after the title credits roll.
This film is intriguing, but will leave you looking for comedy.
Poor example of '80s teen sex comedies.
Travis Lutter gives Team No Love the power.
Jersey Girl was supposed to be Kevin Smith's "grown up" touchy-feely flick. Turns out Clerks II is - perversions, silly sight gags and all.
Great action, but the story has been edited out of this version.
Old and grey, my fifty-something ass! Here's a collection of rare performances that were the true "whistle test" of classic rock.
BluesSmyth -- it's like hearing your favourite bar band finally get good enough that you don't need three beers to appreciate them.
Inexpensive, completely un-amplified jazz concerts in a beautiful new museum performance space in New York.
The virtuoso and intuitoso are it again with a new download-only album that provides a fascinating insight into the artistic process.
On his debut CD, Canadian Pat Johnson has given his work a certain polish that helps the songs along.
I’m proud to have been given the opportunity to write for Blogcritics, but am I a writer?
Didn't the hawks and pigeons read my sign, “Welcome: Beautiful birds and songbirds only”? What's wrong with those birds?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 09, 2006
Microsoft extends digital empowerment to indigenous languages. Bolivia is taken under the Microsoft wing.