Concluding a look at how the Internet affects how we think.
"The Right Don't Like You-oo - Knockin' The White House, Knockin' The White House"
Are Democrats motivated by principle or just a lust for power? Their behavior over the Foley scandal suggests its the latter.
With Syria, the Arab League and the Palestinians all making moves for peace, is Israel a partner?
Just like Clinton and Nixon, it's not the act that is your undoing, but the cover-up.
A fantastic holiday experience for families.
This DVD set contains many great episodes including The Great Gazoo where we first meet Gazoo.
Fox, The CW, and NBC news.
It's compelling television, but it also runs the risk of becoming a movie stretched to season length.
Hold onto your popcorn. This is one hell of a beginning.
And that makes one. The first cancellation of the season has occurred.
The Others come to life as Lost delves deeper into the island for Season Three.
One Tree Hill shoots for some more drama with guns and hoops.
The eagerly anticipated season three premiere is here! Will we find answers or will more mysteries arise?
X-Men III covers all its bases a little too quickly, but it's still a great piece of summer fun.
So much TV, so little time...
After months of anticipation, I loved the episode, but can't help but feel a little let down.
AOL's KOL and DIC have teamed up with CBS for a block of Saturday morning children's programming.
That's the advantage of collections of short plays; if you don't fancy one, the next one will be along soon.
"They’re 100 percent done."
It's all here. What else could you possibly ask for?
mental_floss question of the day.
Warhol and Basquiat are art world icons, but why has Jamie Wyeth been left out?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 05, 2006
John Guilfoil's weekly look at the markets and how public relations issues affect stock prices.
What do Sophia Loren, Mark Foley, Leonard Cohen, Hugh Grant, and Michael Jackson have in common?
The worst album ever may be the most beautiful album I've heard.
Every week I get to hear song submissions from many artists, many more than I will ever have time to write about.
... we can never have enough recordings of Pete or anybody singing those songs.
Audio and video streams from recent and upcoming album releases. Also some jazz scores available for download.
Knight blasts the unfairness of life through stories of small-town and rural hopes and dashed dreams.
Showing their age, but performing admirably, The Who rocked 10,000 fans in Winnipeg after a 30-year return.
I’m not sure if it was his intention, but his voice makes you want to experience all that love has to offer.
Sparks put a little Gilbert and Sullivan and British Music Hall into pop-rock, with a potent combination of witty wordplay and big dumb fun.
The quality to this music only seems to come about when songs are played in a back porch state of mind.
The newest album from Barenaked Ladies stands among the best work of the band's career.
The top pick this week is Under the Skin, Lindsey Buckingham's first album in 14 years.
If Jack Sparrow's life were like this, he'd trade in the pirate garb tomorrow.
Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy, for kids of all ages.
Changing from cheerleaders to secret agents, Osu! is making the jump to the U.S.
Takao Saito's long-running manga action series receives the Greatest Hits treatment from American publishers Viz.
A lynch mob has formed out on Boot Hill, Nevada and Gil Grissom's CSI team is caught in the middle.
Reggae isn't just about cool music, dreadlocks, and hypnotic, near-musical accents. Scrape beneath that surface and take a glimpse into West Indian postcolonialism - 'LKJ'-style.
Once in a generation there is that artist who comes along and takes their field to a new and different level.
History is important, but for me it takes a backseat when shopping in Tombstone and Bisbee!