I'll be reading a book, then after a couple pages I'll realize I've been deep in thought about bacon.
"Are we not, as artists, custodians of our own cultures?"
Bafflingly, Hughes has produced a disappointing Godfather Part III of an autobiography.
Decadent, delicious, deliriously delightful recipes give you more reasons to love chocolate.
This memoir is shark-like, moving constantly, never staying on himself any longer than necessary, focussing on the news and his reactions to it.
Koko Taylor's houserockin' Christmas original will put the spunk in your holiday party.
Life is full of coincidences but it still strikes as a little funny the way things happen sometimes.
I'm shuffling my music collection and talking about the Grateful Dead, Jim Guthrie, Mazzy Star, Gram Parsons, and Old and in the Way.
Christmas music for the person who delights in the bizarre and unconventional...
Bowl games are enjoyable but the names aren't.
Heresy or not, Happy ... Whatever ... to all of y'all
Dear Elsa, I am unhappily married with a 7 year old son.
Why do we climb Everest despite the dangers involved?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for December 19, 2006
Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukka from all of us at The Not-Quite-Sunday Funnies
Mary's riding high and Jimmy's going down - or so it seems.
Jet Li's final martial arts epic is a definite keeper.
Dame Judi Dench is back, and Daniel Craig is Bond... James Bond.
The Jersey Devil and a grisly triple murder figure in a horror movie that may become better known for revolutionizing the film distribution process.
The chase thriller is not a genius story but is well executed, despite the historical inaccuracies.
This week, a judiciously timed release for one film's Oscar campaign. No, not Lady in the Water.