The year that was and Macworld 2007 on the BCRadio Podcast.
Reality isn't what one expects.
A fantastic view into what RAF life in World War II was like - the hardship, the camaraderie, and the heartbreak.
Combine one pretty archeologist, a fistful of history, lots of action, and you have the perfect recipe for a page burner.
Teenage witchcraft, ancient love and hate, and battles for the soul.
It's the second episode of the Los Angeles season. Can a show tank within two episodes?
Bauer's back, but is 24 headed for a good season?
One would think watching someone sell cars is like watching paint dry. Not true...
This year, who will be your American Idol?
Two episodes left, and Mary and Jimmy are no closer to closure.
Need some help with your office Oscar pool? Here’s my guesses for this year’s nominations.
Supplemental Blogcritics Goodie Bag.
The swag bag is no more.
Director Guillermo del Toro's adult fairy tale, a beautiful movie mined from grotesque ugliness.
While Rocky Balboa may seem like a money-grubbing scheme on paper, it is fitting epilogue to the rest of the saga.
Checking in with my late selections...
As long as you approach the film in the right mindset, chances are you'll have a foot-tappin', banjo-pickin' good time.
It could be the best season yet.
Visually resplendent cinematic soap opera.
Laser Cats! Smokin' Meatballs! Sam Waterston Impersonators!
A would-be tale of revenge turned love story didn't gain enough traction as a great romance for me.
"If more people were like Ronnie Hawkins, the world would be a lot better place to live in."
More pop melody than tragic opera, Six Feet Under was a show that constantly contradicted its surface images with a deeply layered subtext.
Digital media music and video downloads and streams.
Overall, I think that this was a very nice change of pace for a Camacho.
MP3 Peep Show: Or Riding the Metro with Jayson
You’re not going to Hollywood. Next...
The Fab Four done up Jersey style!!
One of the best R & B albums released in 2006.
It is a truism that our memories are often triggered in a variety of ways related to our senses.
The Man in Black performing in the Land of Green
This collection runs the gamut from solo acoustic singer/songwriters to blues to alternative rock, and nearly everything in between.
The jazz world loses not one, but two major figures: A sax giant and the inventive wife of another one.
"True Colors," by Cyndi Lauper, is one of the greatest records ever released.
Bush won't be satisfied until the Constitution only contains 3 words: We the people.... Now he wants to unlease military tribunals on civilians.
Misguided emphasis on enforcement instead of treatment.
Bush might have picked a better time to enlarge the American presence in Iraq. The sympathy-for-Saddam fad has yet to calm down.
Rather than taking away their one weapon, politicians augment the fear terrorists crave.
Tell me again that we are a nation of laws - please. I need a good laugh!
Palestinians are suffering from apartheid practiced by Israel.
mental_floss question of the day.
The question is: how will the blogosphere defend its credibility in the coming days?
The most significant bugs from the past week in the BugBlog.
Don't compare LaDainian Tomlinson to Jim Brown.
Many highly ranked college basketball teams struggled on the road this week. As fans, we must not forget that this happens all the time.
If you're looking for a bloody Valentine's Day, here's a tournament for you.
Whether it's day or night, Lunar Knights will provide you with a kick-butt character.
Activision unloads some rockin' details on its tour to the 360.
PSP PAL PO to provide players with portable perks. More characters anyone?