This is a production that embraces the surreal, and observes the details of everyday life in loving detail.
Mental_Floss question of the day.
Brokeback Mountain co-stars Michelle Williams and Heath Ledger may be close to splitting.
Are not the simplest words the most meaningful and powerful: love, home, family, friends, and iPod (just kidding)?
"Those names are common" is no objection to filmmaker James Cameron's claim that he has located the tomb of Jesus.
You know what? YOU LIKE DISCO. Don’t bother denying it.
Bad Religion, Regina Spektor and Google make today's music and tech news update.
“I tried learning music in college” states Cunniff. I gained more by finding chord changes on the guitar by accident.”
Are you ready to step into the dark?
Cleveland's very own Chimaira releases an album guaranteed to rip off your face.
Baseball, Apple Pie and making fun of mullets all great American Past-times.
We begin Jazz Month with a look at five of the best beginnings in jazz.
Manowar's first full length album in nearly 5 years expands on their message, making it now a concept.
Lamb Of God proved again why they currently sit at the top of the metal landscape.
Out of the land of Diana Krall and Sarah McLachlan comes original, sophisticated jazz-pop from an unheralded singer-songstress.
If you listen closely, there's a lot of Shepik's musical history in there.
Hawkins took a chance by stirring in some talented unknowns that had yet to reach a mainstream audience. The gamble paid off.
The cheating spouse may leave tell-tale signs on both the home computer and their cell phone.
The truth of the history of North America; may you have the courage to observe it and absorb it.
Software Testing Foundations will provide a solid foundation for your preparation of the ISTQB exam.
What was high school like for you? Frank: Unmitigated, relentless horror.
Former Catholic priest and award-winning poet Benajmin Alire Saenz writes an enchanting and haunting novel of family drama, AIDS, cancer and love.
Workers at a Chicago ad agency, circa dot.bomb '90s, go "walking Spanish down the hall" in this wickedly funny and touching novel.
"I was initially concerned that I could be giving terrorists ideas so I broached the subject to each of my law enforcement advisors."
Released in the U.S.A. as Refuse To Choose, this book has now reached United Kingdom and I'm very glad it did.
Moral Minority seeks to tell the story of what the founding fathers truly believed theistically - or whether they believed in God at all.
Pears’ work as art historian and journalist enables him to lay out a compelling and intelligently written mystery, precise and accurate in every word.
Comic artist describes a full and varied life before and after her union with the famous underground artist R. Crumb.
You're moving into a land of both shadow and substance, of things and ideas. You've just crossed over into the Twilight Zone.
The first in a recurring series on influential or forgotten gems in the industry.
Trolling the ESRB's rating search engine is a game unto itself.
Israel must take the first step and compromise on something.
Dirty politics and vicious personal attacks keep normal people off the ballot and threaten American democracy.
Antonella Barba should pack her bags now.
Ren & Stimpy reaches new highs, plummets to new lows on the way.
Not sure if it is a comedy or political drama, the film ultimately fails as it tries to figure it out.
The World Wide Web goes Chinese.
One of the best value options in the HDTV market.
I'd simultaneously be the most popular and ugliest college student in Florida.