Kelwan has an alt.rock sound reminiscent of the late 90s, but with a little Metallica thrown in.
Although Fair & Square wasn't written for you alone, it sure feels like it was.
Marty's Musical Meltdown brings you the reviews for another stack of metal CDs.
Jane's Addiction finally get the best-of they deserve in this fine seventeen-song collection from Rhino.
I like the Ozzy years of Black Sabbath as much as the next guy...
And there was also the inevitable attraction that teenagers have always felt for anything new and a little... dangerous.
This concert took place at the Montreux Jazz Festival during Clapton's world tour supporting his August album of 1986.
Digitized Freedmen's documents, Six Apart's Vox, Snow Patrol, and Microsoft's Vista in today's update.
It's all been done before, but this release of pre-recorded songs is more than worth your attention.
What will your children say about you?
An epic masterpiece that is more relevant today than it was 25 years ago.
Underneath its ooey gooey Christmas surface, Eloise is still largely rotten.
Live or die -- make your choice.
Opposing spiritual forces on the 'net.
Picture portraits of the brave women of India who have chosen to live a tough but independent life.
Don’t most Americans believe in building community, rather than unleashing pitbulls?
Howard Stern didn't just make me laugh this week. He may have saved my job by keeping me awake at my desk.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 28, 2006
The best of the past week, autumn leaves edition.
These are Fragile Things that the passage of time will have difficulty folding, bending, or mutilating.
It depicts television's role in documenting and precipitating social change, and the wonder of seeing a new world onscreen.
"The most important thing, if you want to be a writer, is to finish."
GOP has been revealed to be far more "gay-friendly" than religious conservatives have previously been lead to believe.
In other news, a young sports editor attempts to bastardize Ernest L. Thayer's classic poem.
You want to talk about mental toughness? Look no further than MacKenzie Kline.