The decision to give the President sole authority in military detentions attacks the very foundations of the Constitution.
Florida child abuse investigator leaves a recorded message of hate. Venezuelan Jews flee from Chavez and fight Spanish-speaking bigotry.
Cindy Sheehan's latest accusations of rampant rape by US Soldiers doesn't seem to square with the facts.
Following Bill's Blowup, future politicians should examine Cicero's model and avoid damaging their image as truth-bearers while communicating publicly.
The children of the boomers have little doubt that the Iraq war is theirs. Why won't they fight it themselves?
Grace. Beauty, Singing. And of course dancing. It has to be a Barbie movie.
I'm tired of animals on adventures.
The formula benefits from good execution.
Lost begins its third season this Wednesday. Want the skinny on the first three episodes? Beware - spoilers within!
The Fast and The Furious: Tokyo Drift is fast, but not exactly as furious as the other two films.
A show without Horatio Sanz might be a show I'll actually watch in the future.
Dexter might alter the face of crime dramas, among other victims.
Could a multi-doctor story be next?
MirrorMask is a remarkable story told in remarkable fashion by two of the best storytellers around right now - Neil Gaiman & Dave McKean: The Dream Team.
If your nightmares include being plucked off a beach by a giant squid, this could be the film for you, now available on DVD.
Japanese horror film about a family man who gets glimpses of future tragedies from his daily newspaper.
Actor/director Bill Paxton's unstinting tale of psychological horror.
Think of it as the original Mission: Impossible with a bigger budget and bigger explosions.
Like it or not, the real world is emblazoned with advertising, to the point where it's a distraction to see television shows bending over backwards to avoid it.
Three extremely unsettling and graphic tales from three masters of Asian horror.
Douglas Coupland's love letter to Vancouver hits the big screen.
Last performances for this series, the remaining three fight for the title.
Drama or no drama, you still have to pass the test. Matt Serra makes the grade.
The actor has been found for the armored superhero.
Leaving Las Vegas is an unconventional love story. There is no happy ending or no closing slow-motion embrace.
Did someone really think this was a good idea for a television series?
...it's a fusion of instrumental folk, classical and jazz, that readily lends itself to meditation and relaxation.
Favorites of Garrison Keillor, the Wailin' Jennys performed a rare hometown performance in Winnipeg, tripling their ticket sales.
What I wanted to find out in this experiment is if Bedtime Beats really helped us fall asleep any faster...
Win two tickets to "Shake it Up" with the New Cars.
If you are a fan of heavy metal guitar shredding, then Gigantour is required viewing.
Because of everywhere he's been and everywhere he's going, Eric Himan is one of our Featured Artists for October.
Black-gothic-symphonic-thrash metal pioneers Celtic Frost return to form after a long hiatus.
As we move from physical to digital, what are music lovers to do with the billions of CDs gathering dust in their collections?
A little rhyme, a little reason... so begins my lifelong love affair with reading, and it all began at the Massapequa Public Library.
This account shows that one person - in this case one very humble, self-deprecating woman - can really make a difference.
A book that boldly goes where Trekkies fear to tread.
Join a Canadian reporter as he looks at hockey and hockey teams in towns and cities from northern Canada to the U.S.-Mexico border.
If you’ve never read the Little House books, you aren’t too old to start.
A lyrical novel of reconnections between mother and daughter, past and present.
Middle school can be a dangerous place. Just ask Franklin Delano Donuthead.
A second and critical look at Frank Waters' The Earp Brothers of Tombstone. Stuff no one else will tell you about the author.
Dear Elsa, I'm in love with my boss, who is also a dear friend.
The premiere of Trish Soodik's The 60s is a great coming of old-age comedy for the my-generation generation.
Grandpa was determined to keep his outhouse upright on Halloween. A few mean kids thought otherwise.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 01, 2006
Is this just another beat ‘em up? Look closer and you’ll find an incredibly rich story and a surprisingly accurate look at Yakuza culture.