Plus: Mourinho revels self, Canadians know how to fight, and much more in Around the Sports World In 30 Days.
Fate has a way of making things right.
Cannibal hookers? On my TV? A look at the indie zombie flick Eat Your Heart Out.
Brian Yuza, why hast thou forsaken us?
There's just too much there on Monday, but I saw some of it, oh yes, I did.
Are you excited about 300? Here are a few more reasons why you should be...
In the immortal words of the legendary Alice Cooper: Feed my Frankenstein.
Like a captain of a ship, Jack is married to his job and is willing to go down with it if need be.
We all know that Will Ferrell can do comedy, but did you know that he can tone it down and mix in a little drama too?
Stella has to deal with the threat of HIV when she works to save a colleague's life.
Jack isn’t happy but realizes its An Inconvenient Truth that they’ll need to trust Logan.
Is NBC's newest organized crime drama a hit?
A restrained Ferrell still has his edge.
Ellen’s hosting was as safe and bland as an American cheese sandwich on white bread with the crust removed.
Flame-head beats out the man with the rubber face.
This week, one of the most beloved docs of 2006 makes its bow on DVD.
Once Cheney is martyred we can charge into battle crying "Remember Cheney and give terrorists the dick!"
Stronger stance may be an attempt to regain support for the government.
These types of special powers should not just be renewed for the sake of scoring a few political points.
10 tracks for 10 dollars and a physical CD of great rock to boot.
The songs on the album range from the zany to the heart-felt to the philosophical.
The common thread running through the collection of songs is love and matters of the heart.
Who's really the best, the fastest, the grungiest - eradicating all guesswork and conflict when identifying the greatest performers in rock 'n' roll.
South Miami's Cassette re-releases Beautiful California.
Given the story of The Free Zen Society's birth and construction, I've decided to consider it a kind of process music. Or something.
In all my days I've never actully seen any instance of their being Leftover Crack... anywhere.
Geek rock superstar gets a warm reception in Seattle.
If you are a fan of blues, especially the kind that Canned Heat produces then you are in for a real treat.
Every legend has at least one sideman who made him great. For Chuck Berry, that sideman was Johnnie Johnson.
A thoughtful and satisfying read that will leave you feeling warmed and hopeful.
An apple a day (plus nine other things) keeps the cholesterol away.
"If I'm a ricochet, it's because this case is one," Sheila informs us.
A great ghost story, a driving plot and a reminder of the ghosts with whom we all keep company.
Two of France’s most famous graphic novelists have teamed up to create an astonishing, beautiful and bizarre tale.
A tale of Toronto, past and present.
A sci-fi western that looks better than it reads.
Howard's guy is going to be in charge, so what happens to O&A?
This Week: Kids, Coconuts, and Superheros
Microsoft (twice) and Firefox in the BugBlog this week.
mental_floss question of the day.