Native Tribes tormented, subjected to deprivation, and forced into homelessness, all away from the media spotlight.
Will Barack Obama have the support of the civil rights movement?
We as bloggers believe that we are able to bring about change in the political establishment - but is that really true ?
On the one year anniversary of his death, a review of what may be J. Dilla's finest work.
David Thomas delivers another slice of artsy post-punk, fronting yet another version of Pere Ubu. Iconic, post-modern cinema for the skull ensues.
Katharine McPhee poises herself to be the next Christina Aguilera on her unexpected yet enjoyable debut.
Quintessential collection celebrates Pretenders' heyday and brusque, vulnerable frontwoman Hynde, who set male-dominated music industry on its ear.
Nothing like the union of corporate sponsorship and the anti-establishment metal world.
Singer-songwriter's trapped-in-time warmth and contentment fuses with indigenous persuasions. Mellow, disarming songcraft results.
Jesse Sykes forges a new path with her latest release.
If Bruce Springsteen represents the conscience of America to many, John Mellencamp is a prime candidate as it's illegitimate "little bastard" son.
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It's another edition of Marty's Musical Meltdown!
Paul, John, Ringo and George were probably still scuffling around the schoolyards of Liverpool...
Based on the new track, “Heretic,” it sounds like Bird will be back to his old tricks.
Even when Rundgren was Todd The Mod, he was still a pop god.
Fred Durst can act? It seems so as we take a look at 2006's Population 436.
To every man is given the key to the gates of heaven. The same key opens the gates of hell.
Save yourself 96 minutes and the cost of a film ticket.
Hollywood proved to be deadlier than Kryptonite to TV's "Man of Steel".
Don't see Because I Said So ...because I said so.
Jimmyo Burril carves himself a refreshing slice of indie horror.
The screenplay competition goes out to the nation.
"So these two Irishman are chasing each other through the woods..." Brosnan and Neeson star in a new Western.
Nearly 60 years after its release, the sci-fi classic The Day the Earth Stood Still remains a highly relevant story...
Absolutely one of the films to miss this year.
It's sad, but it's an inescapable conclusion.
Denise gets pregnant while Denny defends a gay man. If you offend easily, ignore this review.
Frustrating movie, interesting premise that fails to deliver combined with nicely composed images.
It's times like this when critics rethink their career choice.
So -- Anna Nicole Smith has self-destructed. Who cares?
mental_floss question of the day.
I'm afraid you'll just have to take my word for it when I tell you that I'm a time traveler.
Perhaps it has less to do with the brain and more to do with the heart.
What exactly is procrastination? Is it laziness, perfectionism, a lack of self-discipline, or a value judgment?
It's time to revive the biosphere projects of the early 1990s.
NBA Live gets competitive while people in the industry receive honors.
Nihon Falcom's quirky adventure finds a U.S. home next week.
Your next batch of mini games courtesy of Nintendo.
Natsume's "kissing simulator" puckers up for Feb. 14 release.
Game release nears as movie set to rev up in theaters.
Laptop friendly life simulator offers simpler gameplay in freeplay or character mode.
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A unique game that promotes peace and understanding...
Also: Cyclers dope? No way; Gilbert Arenas is a big showoff, God love him; and who still doesn't love PTI?
With the victory, the Miami RedHawks snapped their season-long winless streak at four games.
Within the narrow confines of the progressive court of public opinion, U.S. vs. Bush succeeds admirably.
George Orwell was right; he just got the date wrong.