Kim Clijsters faces off against Maria Sharapova, while Serena Williams meets teenager Nicole Vaidisova.
Top flight professional soccer was desperately needed in Canada.
If I worked at Arby's, I wouldn't want to be associated with Kevin Federline either.
The media looks for reasons to tear down a celebrity and Angelina has given them all the right ones.
The prospect of our death and that of those we know and love and its connection, if any, with a life beyond.
A seductive blend of North American energy and European style. And for gay visitors, the attractions are endless.
According to the precepts of Islam, Mufti Hilali is correct in claiming that Muslims have greater rights in Australia.
If you had the choice, what would your door say about about you?
I can't think of a time when listening to the old stories is as needed.
Our usual mad assortment of great stuff!
mental_floss question of the day.
Jack Bauer, Ken Edwards, and Matt Sussman...
There is nothing like living your dream of playing a homicidal undertaker with very long fingernails. Just ask Raymond Castile.
Shouldn't we be worried about the people who come up with some of this stuff?
Blood Diamond does not know if it wants to be a political thriller or an old-fashioned adventure...
Beyond the Call, a documentary about delivering humanitarian aid to war zones, begins airing on PBS stations on January 23.
The reemergence of the talent in 2006 was certainly impressive.
With two Oscar nods, The Devil Wears Prada is the love child of Ugly Betty and Sex and the City.
Joe Carnahan's sophomore effort is a stylish shoot 'em up and then some.
It's onto Memphis for the American Idol wannabes. Will the judges find true talent or more oddities?
The Barry Lyndon of European sexploitation movies.
A thinking person's alternative to 24, all seen in varying shades of gray.
And every single one of them is sober.
What's on for tonight.
... there are a bucketload of recent films which follow a similar formula and have a similar "quirky" tone.
Many people may want to compare this film to early Tarantino work, but that would be an insult to Carnahan.
American Idol goes to Memphis for auditions. Would its citizens make The King proud, or cry in his grave?
Nicktoons debuts a new absurdo cartoon spy series.
While 2006 may not be the worst year ... there are some stinky piles of cinematic failure littered across the celluloid landscape.
There is no higher honor that a film can achieve than the coveted Razzie.
Hillary Clinton's announcement that she will be forming an exploratory committee has changed the dynamic of the race for the Democratic nomination.
I find it appalling when the emphasis in environmentalism is placed on aesthetics and not politics.
Bush has totally defined his hypocrisy.
Our military is full of the best and brightest. Members of Congress should actually listen to them instead of pretending to know everything.
The list spans usual suspects Bob Dylan and Tom Petty, but also includes unexpected old whippersnappers like Cheap Trick, Bob Seger, and Sonny Rollins.
An electric "Amen"...
It's over a month since the winter solstice and the days are getting longer and brighter - as is the schedule of new album releases.
It seems to me that there have always been actors I like to call "Mr. Smirky".
The goodie bag contains all sorts of digital treats for Blogcritics Magazine readers. Enjoy!
A future definitive analysis of the crunk phenomenon, penned from the blurry border of supreme knowledge and utter 'gnorance regarding the subject matter.
Amber Alerts and new music from the New Pornographers and Sean Paul in today's update.
My interview with the angriest nerd around stays stays free of *bleeps*.
Part one of two parts: Ramdoo and Aronica say that Friedman's book is full of inaccuracies.
The basic premise here is pretty simple: it is ultimately the patient’s responsibility to make sure their health care is satisfactory.
The band created perhaps the masterpiece of rock music, all in spite of themselves.
"We're sorry, Oprah. It will never happen again."
Thanks to the Collective Sentience of Intergalactic Energy, you, too, now have the opportunity to be a SuperOptimist!
Jumping jack trash.
Breaking away from the normal menu, the author offers 40 creative, delicious and unique weekend selections that would make your mother proud.
Even failure can lead to SUCCESs.
An insider's look at the "Wild West" decades of nuclear research.
I think Yahoo! senses they have a winner on their hands, and will nudge MyBlogLog into a position to be the defacto "MySpace for Bloggers."