Hello Elsa, My husband and I are in the process of a divorce.
Musings and suggestions on the future of the "sinister cabal."
Does pop culture and modern media legitimize human vices?
A chance meeting between a famed General and a dogface soldier near the end of WWII.
Do we put too much emphasis on the numbers and not enough on character?
New research indicates that just the thought of money may make us selfish. Could the pursuit of money ultimately cost you your peace of mind?
A timely and information-packed podcast aimed at microenterprise owners.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for November 28, 2006
Holidays are the time to give and be grateful. Some charities, run like corporations, defy that spirit.
Beverly Lewis continues to give her readers what they have found irresistible in her previous best-selling books.
Combining pranayama and the rosary for clarity, health, and world peace.
This collection of humorous and entertaining vignettes presents a Whistler hidden from tourists.
Jefferies says her personal experiences have given her a huge store of memories to draw on when she writes.
A lot happened six months ago: Hiro feared becoming a T-Rex's lunch and Sylar became a sociopath.
Digital media music and video downloads and streams.
Penguins and Bond hang onto the top spots besting some comparatively weak competition.
Guess what squawks more than three French hens and has the aroma associated with the lords once they're done a-leaping?
Superman may rule the releases, but it is not the one that you need to see.
The Pest is the entertainment equivalent to basking in a pool of vomit, mold, and errant feces.
They're back, and more zany than ever.
This week, there's plenty of Superman and Kevin Smith to go around.
You heard about the lawsuits or potential lawsuits arising out of the controversial film. Here's a review of the movie that started it all.
This best-of collection would be a good gift for fans of the talk show, but others might not "get" it.
They are one of the best and brightest hopes for keeping the Blues alive today.
Eminem is back, but it is partner-in-crime 50 Cent that makes the newsworthy return on this one.
The Beatles and iTunes, Opera Mini 3.0, and Courtney Love invades Britain in today's update
The five minute interview, Five Minutes of Funk is back, this time with Philadelphian emcee Reef the Lost Cauze.
Blues ambassador, historian, and genuinely nice guy Kenny Neal says, "Everybody is somebody."
Churchill's showmanship in songwriting coupled with fluidic harmonies make The Alrights way more than just alright.
The New Amsterdams, a Blogcritics’ staple, talk about their past, present, and future.
Classic Christmas Carols compiled by classic oldies crooner Johnny Mathis
The "Canadian Delta" strikes blue!
Israelis cannot count on our government, but we can expect good things from the Palestinian Cabinet.
We should withdraw all US forces to our four big bases in Iraq, and just sit there, doing nothing.
The world's second largest sports event in one of the globe's smallest countries, starts on the 1st of December.
Also: Two Big Bens (Roethlisberger, Wallace) get clocked with nine sacks and a no-headband rule, respectively.
Troy Smith runs away with college football's most prestigious award.
The Hawks slip in the snow, but come back big to beat the Packers.
Sorry to disappoint everyone, but the Colts are still the best team in the NFL...
An impressive resume, coaching alongside Nick Saban and Jim Tressel, earned him the Spartans' head coach job.
Researchers poke around the "branded brain."
Don't beleive the attacks. Red steel is a solid game and an example of just where Wii gaming is headed.