Who Dares Challenge Me?
In the third inning of his return from the disabled list, the Twins' Liriano felt pain in his arm. Not a good sign.
Heroics are performed many places in this country. A gridiron and baseball diamond are no such places.
For those of us who relish the Open, the treat is to see the journeymen up close.
Unfortunately, this seems to be a growing problem with Democrats who would rather scream "voter fraud" and "disenfranchised" than actually...
Tony Snow both denies a connection and confirms a connection in the same press conference.
Air America Radio will file for bankruptcy protection Friday after a long and controversial history.
George Bush's dangerous vision for the future of our country involves a re-awakening of religous zealotry.
We can choose to be small -- like George Bush. Or big -- like real Americans.
In remembering 9/11, we must not forget the heroes... or the heels.
Sure, Robert Cray plays to the crowd, but it's still a blues crowd.
Listening to Bob Brozman play guitar is a wonder. Watching him play is a revelation.
Webcasts and streaming Internet radio brings the Austin City Limits festival to your computer.
Aaron’s deep voice is subtly passionate in its soft, genteel melancholy. It smoulders with deep regret and unrequited lust.
A band like Dream Theater could not possibly exist, let alone flourish, for twenty years without being a crack live band.
How a cheap record player taught me about serious music.
Trio Beyond seeks to play some grand music while honoring the spirit of one volcanic organ trio: Tony Williams' Lifetime.
Lupe Fiasco has turned out the best (unofficial) rap album in years and I've got proof... sort of.
Fumo Verde says their “Live Album IS Better Than Your Live Album".
Imagine The Rolling Stones with a sort of southern influence being fronted by Kurt Cobain.
Put another dime in the jukebox and adjust for inflation. The '80s rock legend is back in action live and with a new album, "Sinner."
The devil, in league with the Anti-Christ's ruling committee, drives a hard bargain. The poor man's Wham doesn't stand a chance.
Reflecting back on the season and touching on the finale. It is what it is.
There are so many ways to determine a man's worth... but what about the measure of a mobster?
A double bill from Mr Franco, the doyen of crap moviemaking.
Kazakhstan is a day late and a Tenge short.
The first serious contender for Film of the Year.
Why is Zach Braff so appealing? I'm thinking: ooh-la-la-lips.
Is this really Australian cinema and country?
The series is aimed at children ages 2 years and up, and is a fair approximation of the audience that can tolerate it.
The Class fails.
Both House the show and House the character are finally back this week.
CBS gets apocalyptic.
Crocoseum to host public memorial service for conservationist, TV personality Steve Irwin.
Assisting in the cream pie ambush of Bill Gates in 1999, Belvaux also devoted attention to other acts of misconduct.
One gunman is reported dead, with a possible second still at large, following a shooting rampage at a downtown Montreal college.
Is freedom of religion used to allow child abuse in America or do we believe that gay children aren't human?
Dear Elsa, I’m on this roller coaster ride, trying not to be flung out!
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 13, 2006
Communication has become a one-way street where my way or the highway is the byword.
Suspect Miguel Arciba has been arrested, and may have unwittingly confessed to the murder of the aunt of NBC Dateline anchor Stone Phillips.
Steve Irwin's fans are being wrongly blamed for dead stingrays found after Irwin was killed by one last week. PETA ups the ante with criticism of dead.
Chocolate joins tea and grape juice in the new science of flavonols and their benefits to the body. Enjoy!
The perfect adapter you never knew you needed. Until you need one.
"There is no spoon."
Madden on the PSP goes deep... and it's caught in the endzone for six.
Civilization 4 will have you addicted after the first hour of playing... possibly sooner.
With the approach of The End, some thoughts on The Beatrice Letters, and the Series of Unfortunate Events in general.