Congress is back in session and the battle over immigration reform has resumed.
Can Persson survive a national turn to the right?
Could it have been a slip of the tongue, the President being museful amongst right-thinking writer types?
If Bush, with his improved ratings, continues to make positive speeches, he might be able to give GOP candidates a boost in November.
When our troops return, which choice will they find America made behind their backs in these trying times?
The Class gets a pass - barely.
Take Farscape, get rid of the ship and the aliens and the exciting battles and the memorable characters and you've got Eureka. Which isn't all that bad.
Old guard, new guard, pulling guard - Pete Spratt is back and Din Thomas dominates.
Zen Noir follows a detective investigating a mysterious death at a Buddhist temple. Director Marc Rosenbush was kind enough to give Brian Corder an exclusive interview.
This is a movie about accepting your demons, not about battling with them.
Babluani's first film deals realistically and pessimistically with the violence he feels is inherent in humanity.
It left me feeling so very angry, not so much regarding the event itself, but what some very well known filmmakers had made of it.
The Rock takes on some sports action as the football coach at a juvenile detention center. Xzibit also stars.
Clark begins to fully grasp his destiny.
The series is back with some big changes for the characters.
The irascible doctor in a superb sophomore season.
Will Chase finally tell Zoey how he feels in the season premiere? Is Nicole officially off the show? Find out now! Warning SPOLIERS!
Four movies, four audiences. Where do you fall?
The key to the best reality shows on television is suspense derived from a goal desperately desired by interesting, passionate, and talented people.
Tickets have been distributed for memorial and media access will be limited out of respect to Irwin family.
Can reality television really be a social experiment? The controversial new season of Survivor has started! Or... "How to Cure a Bad Wind Headache."
High and Low is a good film noir that rounds out the Film Noir Marathon.
Last week I went 1-5. Let’s see if I can suck much less this weekend.
It could be old, it could be new -- what are you listening to right now?
Oriana Fallaci, remembered differently by different generations, died today as she lived -- with bravery.
No one teaches more about living well than those who are dying well.
With barely a breath inhaled after graduation from Central Washington University, I started my first job on September 4, 1996.
There's nothing wrong with longevity, but I've had a glimpse of the future and I'm not sure I want to be there when it arrives.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 15, 2006
Who was Fatality666? These are posts and photos taken from Kimveer Gill's Vampirefreaks.com journal and profile page.
Culp presents a variety of Rockabilly styles with the respect and energy they deserve and promises a rockin' good time.
This five-piece, power-pop band have a sound that is an exciting mix of retro-pop and modern pop-rock.
A look at the Featured Artist's newest release.
How Am I Doing So Far is a good representation of Gordon's work with some bonus tracks thrown in also.
Why T.I.'s 2003 release Trap Muzik is the jewel of my southern rap collection.
Back to my home town. Sort of.
My son began developing eclectic tastes in music and playing it so loudly that I could hear it through his bedroom door.
Beauty meets chaos in the challenging, gorgeous second CD by Brooklyn art-rock pioneers TV On The Radio.
Good enough now to be a star in his local folk scene and a contender regionally. can Cheesman break out?
A sonic journey that parlays between straight-ahead rock and acoustic-tinged melodies.
This week's game can really be a drag, man. Drag the Dot, Drag along with Clicking and Typing, it's a good thing 3-D Tetris livens things up!
Found in nine states already, deadly E. coli has been found in bagged spinach.
The director of The Blair Witch Project distributes his most recent film via the Internet.
Would you like to shoot like a pro and have your photos come out ready for print?
Continuing that debate about what will happen to newspapers and television.
Father Time ticks for both men and women. We all have to listen to our biological clocks.
"The artist's load" and Waugh: He didn't know America well enough to hate it.
I never thought I would like to read the adventures of heroes with no powers, let alone heroes doing detective work.
I wonder what sort of karmic debt I'm paying off by having to use the equipment of these modern times.
"I don't write every day nor do I have a 'words per day' goal. That is just too artificial."