This version of Esther is not perfect, but it isn’t bad, either.
In Bond we see ourselves -- not as heroes, but in how he has changed.
Just because a movie is a Chick Flick doesn’t mean it isn’t touched with greatness.
A love-struck student’s quest for love makes for some really bad Korean cinema.
The ten best films of 2006. Is your favorite included?
Though it looks good and manages to give you a scare or two along the way, The Gravedancers is exactly what's wrong with modern ghost stories.
From the Pretenders to Bob Wills, Al Green to Spoon, 2006 saw a wide variety of artists being reissued new CD lives.
Guitar hero Joe Satriani lays down some Super Colossal shredding on a new concert DVD.
The best and worst songs of 2006...
In the early '60s I was working in radio, mostly as a DJ but sometimes with added duties that included...
Will Nick Saban take the money and run?
For those bound and determined to exchange those indeterminately-given gifts, there are a few notable books for consideration. A very few.
Is New York's hipness factor a thing of the past? And if so, could the next big "scene" be emerging across the river in - gasp - Jersey City?
Art allows us to be carried away from reality without having to surrender our grasp on it.
Fondest thoughts about a fabled canal in Pakistan.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for January 01, 2007
Three unpatched zero-day bugs gives Microsoft Word the "coveted" award
Ten people and events in the news who stood out - often inexplicably - in a jumbled year of chaos and confusion.
Israel: intent on ousting Hamas, dividing the PA and playing for time, is oblivious to an achievable dream.
The Boston Globe speaks against the loss of democracy in Russia, but is silent when their own Constitution is mugged.
It's a big responsibility protecting one's right to do as one pleases.
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