Overall, these two things go together as well as any dynamic duo: Laurel and Hardy, Laverne and Shirley, cigar and single malt.
NEC has developed a food and wine tasting robot. Could we be the next main course?
Cow-punk Jason Ringenberg turns to children’s music.
Google, Johnny Cash's new video, and Joni Mitchell and the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame in today's update.
Where else are you going to see Loretta Lynn, Selena, and The Smashing Pumpkins on the same list? Nowhere else. This is it.
A great dissonance vs a small melody.
If you have grown bored with the sounds that emanate from your radio, then pick up the newest disc by Johnny Action Figure, Asks The Room To Please Stop Spinning.
Britain's first ladies of dubby, scratchy punk are all grown up, back together, and trying to recapture the old magic.
Two old friends getting together to celebrate their shared musical roots.
The river can't be stopped. Or the sea refuses no river. Or something.
The Allstars' leadoff title track to their second release is like a gateway drug to the blues.
Any record this good is worth losing your hearing over.
A loving look at family, friends, misfits, and a special holiday favorite.
The fourth season of NCIS is finally reaching adolescence.
This movie sets a high bar for full-length documentary treatments of crime stories.
This show about a brusque, troubled, but brilliant doctor who values medical science over humanity is practically begging for the comparison to House.
Is he everyone's confidant in real life too?
Kicking into gear after a few lackluster weeks, it's fresh challenges and spiffy twists.
Borat take over whole country yes, very good.
How conservative talk hosts are dealing with their disappointment.
Here we go again! Huge numbers of votes are missing from E-voting machine tallies in Florida. Is anyone surprised?
Getting the middle class back up to the middle is not an impossible task.
mental_floss question of the day.
I'm not sure who the good guys are - if there are any. But there's no question that on Tuesday we voted to give the bad guys more power.
Playstation 3 will launch in Japan tomorrow and Wii makes its American debut next week. Here they come...
Lange details the making of the rock legend Guitar Hero II.
Although it's a bit repetitive and fairly unrealistic, Just Cause is a symphony of brutality and monstrously fun.
Plot your next move, master Kepler's law of celestial mechanics, or swing loose and fast like Spider-man.
Wacky manga hi-jinks in the depths of Hell!
A classic in the making.
Sesay is founder and publisher of SABLE, a literary magazine which focuses on new writings by writers of African and Asian descent.
There are, of course, risks with any major surgery. Even with minor surgery.
This is an interview with Dave Wagner who runs a website called Forbidden Crypts of Haunted Music. Sounds cheesy? Hardly.
If a political ideology doesn't work inside, forget trying to use it outside. Case study: me, brother, and a shared bathroom.
Dear Elsa, I am a 24 year old female who has been developing baldness.
Scottish hottie Alan Cumming dished about his experience on X-Men 2 and working with the delicious Hugh Jackman.
Compelling exhibit features art of the people, by the people, and about the people. Lots and lots of people.
The best of our week, leaf-raking edition.
The journey of a family coping with a tragic loss due to domestic violence told by one invited to share a celebration of her life.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 10, 2006
No one outside of a few columnists actually believes Rutgers is Fiesta Bowl worthy. But Louisville might have been.
The 2nd half of the regular season begins this Sunday...and no more bye weeks!
The worst lie has nothing to do with finding your ball unplayable. It's about the lies we tell ourselves.