Oh Mizuguchi-san, what have you done?
Tactical Card-Based Action?
If you can stand a point-and-click adventure, you'll love this.
Tiger Woods 07 brings with it new downloadable content: cheats. EA Sports should be ashamed.
Capcom loves you. They also love the PSP with yet another must have entry.
Maria Sharapova chats with journalists at the All Access Hour in Zurich.
The Military Commissions Act of 2006 bids our Bill of Rights a fond farewell.
Steven Harper and the Conservative Party of Canada are hate mongers.
Now that's a sentiment I can get behind!
Chuck Berry turns 80, Brazil protests lawsuits, and NIN's new DVD in today's update.
This remastered album with eight bonus tracks, really should be on Rolling Stone's "Top 500 Albums of All Time."
Love Their Country has its moments, but is still pretty much a one note joke.
These young men are driven and well versed in the power of rock.
Another look at what's happening in heavy metal in this week's Marty's Musical Meltdown.
It’s the kind of music that creeps up on you quietly and takes you pleasantly by surprise.
Country never rocked this hard.
And you know what fires me up? That a band has picked up the coolness torch where The Darkness left it.
Hubbard's early fusion masterwork ranks among his very best.
"Precision is very much a part of me" Hugo said. "Everything I do is with precision."
I don't have a horse in this race, but I'll give you some background before we move on.
Aerosmith is Back In The Saddle (again) with this new greatest hits package.
Yee-haw! Vince Gill swings a big stick this week with a huge career moment - four CDs of new songs.
Songs about hope and renewal.
It's all about the Monks. Or, at least should be, and not the Tony Shaloub kind (though he's good, too).
Streaming video of webisodes, previews television episodes, and movie trailers.
Country's "Female Vocalist of the Year" quits Dancing With the Stars amid ugly divorce whirlwind.
Dumb comedy dressed in a suit is smarter than it looks.
Sir Former Beatle accused of abuse most foul during a stormy four-year marriage.
The conversation between Guster and Jeff Garlin continues with this second installment...
Dear Elsa, I seem to have a pattern of being very good at what I do
A call to arms to authors who want a hand in reshaping our relationship with the public and our culture as a whole.
Armed with an opinionated mind and a discreet digicam, a traveler examines the society of Muslims in Jama Masjid, the world’s greatest mosque.
Think before you send! Have we truly adjusted to warp-speed communications?
mental_floss question of the day.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 18, 2006
Moped Army is a graphic gem of magic, wit, and power, impossible to put down once it's started.
A hefty new encyclopedia looks at hundreds of Marvel Comics heroes and villains – but poor editing hurts its success.
In this age of modernity and secularism, many Jews see secular values as their values. Rabbi Barry Freundel sees this as a serious problem.
Set in a post-apocalyptic world, The Road is an environmental parable, an ecological novel where ecology no longer exists.
There is a sense that Dylan is creating his own mythology or, perhaps more accurately, adding to that which already exists.