When you don't talk? There's a lot of stuff that doesn't get said.
An insider's view from an outsider of the efforts to the Coalition Provisional Authority in Iraq and the prospects for democracy in the country.
In short, the official vote count is off by something on the order of nine million votes!
A debut mystery that begins as a locked room puzzle and ends as a first-rate thriller.
A rockin' love story for punk-rocker.
Manga exploring the first three volumes of a dark and twisty modern day fantasy vigilante series.
For the lover of historical Americana delivered with a dose of sweet romance, this is a lively choice that won’t disappoint.
Emma and Sean. Emma and Peter. My head hurts! Warning Spoilers!
Let’s hope there will be the same incandescent television we saw in seasons two and three of NCIS.
It could be worse, but is that enough?
In terms of character, My Summer of Love fails. It's as amateurish as a fresh face in a porno.
A thoughtless thrill ride! No deep messages to uncover, no codes to break – this film is just here to entertain.
A new educational DVD reminds us that as we age and struggle with health issues, the libido continues to make its demands.
Seabiscuit is nowhere near being one of 2003's best pictures, yet it isn't altogether worthy of a whipping either.
Residents of Maryland turned out in full force to prevent the Westboro Baptists from protesting the funeral of a local hero.
The West Coast premiere of David Lindsay-Abaire's 'Rabbit Hole' shows the writer – and his characters – moving on.
A Dutch diplomat calls Delhi filthy, but an American scholar seems more riveted than repulsed.
An interview with one of the creative forces behind Midnight Syndicate, creators of horror soundtracks.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for September 30, 2006
It is acceptable to use Photoshop to fix things. It is not acceptable to sell lies.
Even Republicans can see the domestic and foregin policy mess this administration has made. Make a change on November 7.
On 9/11 (give or take a week), Captain Freedom salutes President George W. Bush.
It's time for gay Republicans to be more like Barney Frank and less like Mark Foley.
Is the independent judiciary the next target on the Bush hit list?
Bush has the Coast Guard scaring Canada with machine gun fire. How many allies can we insult?
The country is deeply, fundamentally split between city and country, educated and uneducated, in ways that make selecting a reasonable parliament a tremendous challenge.
After talking about the real meaning of the word vagina, the “Master Cleanser” diet, and John Mayer, we had the following conversation.
"Their thing was beautiful and heavy and will be as it is." Hipper-than-thou, perhaps, but the freak flag's only at half-mast.
...the Pogues are and always will be one of the great exports of Ireland.
Once considered to be my musical doppelganger, in ways that go beyond what most people would consider sane and normal.
Nuclear Assault in their first-ever DVD.
The outfits and haircuts are amusingly dated, the rather stodgy camera work a little less amusingly so.
The rest of us will be perfectly content humming along to "Making Plans For Nigel" again.
This game takes the PSP well beyond what we thought it was capable of.
How the mighty have fallen.
mental_floss Question of the Day
The best places to stay and drink while in Tombstone, Arizona.
An interesting slate of WAC games this week. Only one conference game, and it’s crap versus worse crap.