Belgium star Justine Henin-Hardenne was forced to retire her doubles match.
"Separation Saturday" resulted in big wins for Michigan, LSU, Oregon, USC, Louisville, TCU and Clemson. Temple? Still bad.
This Week: Super Powers, Cat Scratch Fever, and Adam's Apple.
"Journalists should give readers and viewers the facts clearly and prominently without misleading balance. That’s not always easy."
This week we are interviewing Virgil Franklin, a mainstay of the horror film and haunted attraction music industry.
The constant pursuit of beauty is a constant source of sadness. No, really. Perhaps not for cosmetic surgeons.
While safe, secure, and predictable, the camel is no longer vital, energized, and passionate.
Dear Elsa, I was married to a Virgo for 17 years.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 18, 2006
The Pope apologizes, but did he have the right idea?
Thoughts on how fate and free will can peacefully co-exist
Are we at war or seeking revenge? Do we know where that line is anymore?
Debut feature by director Alejandro González Iñárritu, interlinking three stories about dog owners. In Spanish with English subtitles.
The Class is one edgy student body.
Sure to be one of the best documentaries, if not one of the best films, of 2006.
If the show doesn’t improve in the next few episodes, I fear this Class will not graduate.
Britannia Manor was the most elaborate and interactive Haunted House ever done.
Aaron Sorkin is back at NBC, but is Studio 60 up to Sorkin's usual standards?
Lulu takes the final step and Liz takes a fall.
Sci-Fi Channel shows how much they hate us.
While amusing at times, the filmmakers fail to tell a compelling or universal tale. You have to decide if "that's okay."
The Emmy-winning Amazing Race is taking us for another whirlwind trip around the world!
Two networks exit, one network enters.
It's the feel-good story of the apocalypse.
A tapestry of fractured relationships, revealing hope for the future.
The second inspirational football film of the season is actually worth watching.
Is it possible to jump back over the shark and be good again?
Day two of the ACL Festival brings its strongest effort.
The girls are back, and this time they’re angry.
Indie pop-rock that Dashboard Confessional fans should love!
An album which will send most listeners scurrying to find their copies of prior - and better - OutKast records.
Keeping Austin hot with one of the more diverse musical festivals in the world.
The Beatles. Google, YouTube and Warner Music in today's update.
If this is the future of Jazz, Blues or even Rock & Roll, the music is in very good hands.
I have a friend who calls Joanna Newsom an "irritating, squeaky woman" - some people just can't get past her voice.
As entertaining and colorful as ever, the political new Spree has learned to rock. Less bubbles. More balls.
The rain didn't stop Tom Petty.
As teacher, mentor, and caretaker of tradition, Archie Edwards was very influential and important to the preservation of blues music.
...with musicians as varied as Woody Herman, Nelson Riddle, Henry Mancini and Natalie Cole.
Bruford's blurring of rock and jazz is a reason to throw your cap in the air!
Christina Aguilera pulls out another ballad bound for the top of the charts.
Over the years, the media has anointed the star of Destiny’s Child with a title she doesn't deserve.
Smithers blurs the lines between blues and folk. The result is a masterpiece.
I always knew the Black Crowes were probably this good, but I have honestly never heard them sound as good as they do on Freak 'N' Roll.
Doom Troopin' Live is a killer performance by one of the few American bands left carrying the old-school metal torch.
We toot our horn on everything we know about Dance Dance Revolution SuperNOVA for the PS2.
Part of the early history of Islamic/Western "relations."
The Garden of Eden and the Fall... with a unique twist.
Get a sideline view as Wall Street's investment banks implode during the Internet boom and bust of the '90s.
A book so tightly packed with information that it threatens to burst: Aslan zooms through history as though he were a getaway driver.
To paraphrase Coleridge, “Research, research everywhere but not a drop of proof.”
Update your Firefox, get a fix for Adobe's Flash Player, and patch MS Publisher. Here's how.
When you get down to the basics, newspapers are a business and they see a very clear way forward. You might not like it.
It looked like my time on this case was running out fast no matter what I wanted
Can a well-funded Libertarian provide a real challenge to the major parties? If nothing else he offers more than politics as usual.
Has everyone figured out that the U.S. no longer has the courage to use the bomb? Worse-has Iran figured it out too?
Florida needs the Nation's attention right now because trouble is brewing 91 miles south.