All but one of this week's games are against non-conference competition, but that one conference game should be huge.
With the season the Detroit Tigers are having, someone needs some MVP buzz. And all it takes is one person to begin the hype.
This week it’s the Rocky 5 plus one, with a shake up at the top, and a new face at the bottom.
It was perhaps [Joe] Cocker more than anyone who reintroduced America to its musical divinity.
Man found guilty after Proof shooting, Yale's free online courses, and UK singles chart to include downloads in today's update.
Audio and video streams from recent and upcoming album releases.
And with Art Alexakis, it's always about the Drama.
Captain Kirk gets jiggy with it.
Coming September 26th, Straight Outta Lynwood proves it can hold its own among Weird Al’s greatest albums.
Interpreting each song in her own manner, Baker brings interest, consistency, and even a sort of grace to this set.
Modern southern pop/rock at its finest, Sister Hazel's new album should please fans and remind others what we've been missing.
80's glam is back.
Solid show by one of Canada's top indie rock bands, who are refreshingly focused on lyrics and melody.
An album with cover versions of Richard Marx and Celine Freakin' Dion qualifies Aiken as a non-uniformed terrorist combatant not covered by the Geneva Convention.
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A play so courageous that it creates doubt about Pakistan's popular image as a fundamentalist Islamist regime accepting no criticism of its controversial history.
Steve Irwin and Richard Hammond were victims of the same phenomenon -- us.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 21, 2006
If you want to increase your presence on the internet and attract more customers to your site, try social networking.
John Guifoil's weekly look at the market and how public relations issues affect the economy.
From the City Which Doesn't Sleep comes an episode that will keep you up all night thinking about it.
Jericho is less about an apocalypse and more about apple pie.
The complete second season of the Teen Titans comes to DVD and I get its theme song stuck in my head. But, I won't hold that against it.
How to go from TV hater to a mindless TV zombie in one season or less.
An intelligent, thrilling, and thought-provoking project.
Movie trivia: Someone once greenlighted a movie about giant, replicating rocks. That movie is now on DVD.
This candy is hard to swallow.
Don't tell my mom, but there's nudity in this movie. Lots of nudity.
Penny Arcade, an original blog and comic website, has been pretty spot-on when it comes to gaming and technology.
The Internet has no clothes. Web2.0 is really WebToo.Many and too many companies are competing for the same markets that don't really exist.
What if humanity decided to create a solar bridge connecting two worlds?
A funny book that could have been even funnier.
It's not going to compete with Tiger Woods 07, but golf fans will appreciate the intricate gameplay.
DS owners don't even have to wait until Halloween for a treat.
Not quite a three-pointer, Mario Hoops is still good for two.
It's Ranting Dictators Week at the United Nations. First Ahmadinejad preaches the gospel of peace and now it's Hugo Chavez on UN reform. Yay!
Have we abandoned the quest for fairness and justice or can we go back to our roots and rediscover liberalism?
Fifty years from now, George W. Bush might be looked upon as a man who's ahead of his time, but somehow I doubt that.
Why is racism excusable from a Democratic candidate, but utterly unacceptable from anyone else?