Nick Saban just lowered the standards for college coaches.
We may all be wrong, but you can't deny there's a lot of us.
Here is my opinion: Global warming is real.
My own take on the ScienceBlogs Network. Part 3 delves into the D's.
We see these images promoted as perfection and then look at ourselves, only to be left feeling insecure and inadequate.
Elsa, I'm a young gay teen, and I just wanted to ask if you could give me some relationship advice.
... we are never just one self, but rather we are an amalgam of selves.
Police suspensions and a lawsuit followed Sofia Salva’s unheeded insistence that she need to go to the hospital.
Applying the Olsen Law of Corollary Theorem ™.
A seal's imagery would be "read" just as though it were text.
Hagedorn's stage adaptation of her novel is a rare opportunity for a large Asian-American cast to portray the Philippines under Marcos.
Duct tape was used to squelch the cries of babies so that nurses wouldn't be distracted by the noise.
Barclay is at his storytelling and adventure-creating best.
A monthly that covers both the sport of car racing and the collecting of die cast replicas of the vehicles, with a massive price guide.
Full of great details, wonderful characters, and page-turning mystery, a mix that cannot be beat.
"When I sat down to write I knew what the first page and the last page would be — the rest was all a blank slate."
Tim Burtons '50s sci-fi tribute can be entertaining for the right audience.
Veronica helps a Battlestar Galactica fan find true love -- with a hooker.
Everything changed after those three nights. We live in a post-Elvis world.
For Black History Month Nova puts out a special two hour episode.
Werewolf film without the bite.
Cavite does what few Hollywood thrillers manage to do -- thrill.
Dreamgirls did get the big ole' cold shoulder for Best Picture, but it did garner some nominations. But which films really got ignored by the Academy?
The Armored Avenger goes straight to DVD.
PBS: Not at all like a pebble in your shoe.
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Not a good movie, nor a bad movie. Headhunter is just an oddly enjoyable head scratcher.
Not much to choose from this week, time to catch up on the Oscar nominees.
American Idol rounds up more contestants headed for Hollywood. Or, is it Hollyweird?
Six games for your pleasure, from Kitten Cannon to Tangerine Panic.
Set the Wayback Machine for 1981...
Some Loud Thunder is an album that is more varied and (for better or worse) more mature than its predecessor.
I had the chance to speak with Kellie by phone, where she gave some insight into why her fans love her like they do.
Full-on joyous noisemaking.
There, I've said it: Norah Jones - Not Too Late: Album of the Year.
Another dose of the hard stuff in this week's Marty's Musical Meltdown.
It would be a real shame to get so caught up in disparaging his move to the pop side that we forget...
Kenny Wayne Shepherd documents a part of history, play the Blues as they were meant to be played.
Norah Jones hits the road, the first wiki novel, and a Coldplay box set in today's update.
Sometimes I'm mad at a CD that disappointed me and I want to yell at it in public.
You won't find a more accurate album title as their pickin' leaves me grinnin'...
Nick Deriso provides a most personal account of U2 and Green Day's Crescent City salute on the day the Saints were coming back home.
Barack Obama for the aspiring student of spin and misdirection: Why worry about the real issues?
Reading Pakistani newspaper columns in the times of Pervez Musharraf -- an exercise in depression.
Testimony about how the Bush Administration has suppressed information on global warming is a sad metaphor for how far we have fallen.
Iraq and Vietnam. Both conflicts bringing death to thousands, untold destruction, and costing billions of dollars. All in vain.
Warning about the dangers of 'radical Islam' by former Islamic terrorists offends Muslims but preaching extreme hatred and violence by Imams doesn't.
With new studies, people are learning that white wine may be as beneficial as red.