After two weeks of tennis down under, the finale will decide who will take home the crown.
What were the five best 30-second ads ever seen during the annual NFL championship game?
The Cavs have a decent lineup, so why are they so inconsistent?
What can Marvin Lewis do to protect his job and image?
It may be the year 2007 for the rest of us, but in Douglas County Georgia it might as well be the 1800s.
Turns out I'm not quite done getting over Michael Brecker's death, after all.
They had it all: style, skill and dancing! In their hands the violin looked cool.
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Only Crime’s new record Virulence is replete with sonic highpoints that reach the stratosphere.
Ironic, catchy, and full of propulsive grooves, this British trio's American debut is dance-punk with a wry edge.
The late Joe Barbera presents The Preschooler's Introduction To The Counterculture.
Mike TV could stand a little less self-involvement and little more time listening to the work of Nirvana and others.
Discusses the basics of Sake.
The Stogie Guys take the chocolaty Gurkha Class Regent Torpedo for a spin and they like what they see.
Alessandro and his Anterior Cruciate Ligament adventures...
My own take on the ScienceBlogs Network. Part 2 continues with the C's.
Search engines are only as good as what they are capable of doing.
A close look at an Exakta EXA Ia, a manual analogue camera from the late 60s (with photos and video).
Earthmen look for new solar systems but still compete with Earthmen in the face of the unknown.
One plant in the 19th century in Philadelphia grew to millions of acres in the 21st.
It was inevitable that The Weather Channel would have to dive into the controversy, but they may have gone off the deep end.
Right-wingers seem to be reverting to the bad old days of conspiracy theories and rumor mongering.
Obama's best bet - portraying himself as harbinger of real change.
Illinois is trying to mandate that all school kids be required to disclose whether they got the HPV vaccine.
If Obama wins the nomination, there are lots of good choices -- but what he needs is a great one.
Will Bush be remembered as the man who brought America clean energy, or as a modern day Cassandra?
To everyone's relief, Kerry bows out. What will he do with campaign cash -- and how might things look if he had won in 2004?
Has a real leader finally arisen in Israel who is not afraid of the bloated cynical cliques who ruin this country?
Graft, corruption, and strong-arming from the Newark political machine -- and it's all true!
The Illusionist is all surface, but it is entertaining in the best sense of the word.
This is when you and the other American Idol judges lowered yourselves to the level of Howard Stern.
Is it a drama? Is it a comedy? Is it romantic?
If Babel is saying there is a message, what is it?
The executive producer of "One Night in Paris" is looking for a few male virgins to sacrifice to the reality TV gods.
Will New York City finally bring the next American Idol? It sure brought some non-Idols to the plate.
Charismatic and evil, a couple of endearing dictatorial qualities.
'Rowdy' Roddy Piper is all out of bubble gum as he fights to save the world.
A young man lives a lavish lifestyle, ignoring the events around him and in the end pays a ghastly price.
Going my way?
The old racing footage is fantastic - a reminder of an age when NASCAR was still a niche sport outside of the Deep South.
Little Children is a magnificent film starring Kate Winslet and Patrick Wilson.
In the final confrontation, Gibbs collapses and Mann enters in the nick of time to dispatch Sharif to his just reward.
Dave reacts to the Oscar nods.
Monique breaks through all of the over–rated rules and media hype about strict healthy eating.
Ramdoo and Aronica put Thomas Friedman's book under the lens.
A novel that exposes the gap between what we believe and what we can prove, and the sometimes-distant relationship either of those things has with the truth.
The authors offer an encyclopedic, richly supported, step-by-step dismantling of each of Friedman's arguments.
Study a little, think a lot, get an iPod, and be free.
Dad loves reading funny books about having cancer, but with his unique outlook, he should be writing a book for others to read.
mental_floss question of the day.
Was Muhammad Ali as flawed a man as he was great a boxer?
The British prevailed and the French can only wonder about what could have been. Either way it changed North America forever.
The controversial pair plan a project together.
Murder, rape and homosexuality are punishable crimes in India.
From the author of Urinetown, Pig Farm is a stylish production of the new comedy that brings a balanced message of regulatory excess.
Whatever else happens, at least I know I won't be bored for the next little while - and that's always a positive.
It's a rough start, but once past the initial frustrations, you can see this one coming together.