At their best, the Doobies gave mainstream rock 'n' roll a good rep.
Rock Hall of Fame inductees announced, the new web-to-TV toy, and Beatles stamps in today's update.
I know that I wouldn't want to be the one asked to decide between the two duos as to which was "better''
Alex Chilton tears rock and roll down to its foundation in 1979.
Even as 2006 albums still rule the charts, it's time to look back at 2006's best.
Digital media music and video downloads and streams.
She put so much on the popcorn that even after it was all eaten, you could see pools of butter left in the pan.
I have upset the hip-hop gods. Imagine my surprise when I opened my email from Chuck D himself!
A look at a lost classic.
Sventevith is a good introduction for someone unfamiliar with black metal.
When Tiki Barber retired, the NFL lost a great player and a great man.
There are a lot of ways to play the ponies.
Also: Tony Romo practices placing his balls to the ground - much like Sean Salisbury with his camera phone.
Though it's not perfect by any means, LovecraCked! is still a satisfying blend of surreal horror and off-beat sketch comedy.
The man who created Scooby Doo has passed on.
Toby Keith stars in his first movie and turns in a touching, heartfelt performance.
Does Clint Eastwood's ambitious Japanese-language war movie make up for the lackluster Flags of our Fathers?
A discussion discussing a discussion I had with myself.
It's been bargain bin fodder for years, and there's a reason for that.
A review of the Clive Barker-produced horror thriller.
We have another three-peat.
Sonny Chiba pees his way into your heart.
This week: The return of Ricky Gervais.
This one goes to 11!
The key to enjoyment here is in the story - nothing mind blowing, but fun, and a slightly different take on the typical abduction scare.
I believe that our political system is better than what most of the world has, but is it truly?
After much speculation, Apple announces the iPhone. Pretty, clever, and expensive: will anyone buy it?
mental_floss question of the day.
A new front in stimulating communication and networking comes in the form of MyBlogLog-style widgets, and Yahoo! was all over that.
There are a lot of music players available for Linux. This article is meant to assist you in choosing the one that's right for you.
The FTC tells supplement hucksters that anecdotal evidence isn’t science, and takes $25 mil from them.
Terrorist threats, constitutional protections, America at war everywhere... my goodness, what more could you want from life?
The war on terror returns to an old front with a strike against al Qaeda in Somalia on Monday.
In a poor country on a poverty-stricken continent, Oprah has made a difference.
This week: Dick Clark, hangovers, and resolutions.
Without massive marketing and massive insecurity complexes, would we dig these bastards out of the ground?
A hazy view of the past does not facilitate a critical perspective on contemporary issues.
"The heart is grieved" - funeral in the Indian capital.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for January 09, 2007
This is light entertainment that works; especially for the Boomers who remember when it was taken for granted that ideals would always be with us.
Everyone in a company can help build its buzz. How to get them buzzing, including specific actions anyone can do.
He doesn't appear to bite, or at least he doesn't leave marks or unsightly blemishes.
An obsessed serial killer leads Boston Detective Jane Rizzoli on a deadly chase.
Borg searches for the historical Jesus, not to prove facts, but to reveal meaning.
Whither the literary journal? Can a printed book-magazine hybrid maintain readership in the digital age?
Overall, I think that this was a decent smoke but not my favorite Camacho.