A few stylistic flaws mar this otherwise strong debut.
Lucky's got a lot to work through and she is determined to find a way, to find her higher power...
"It’s difficult to study inhumanity on a daily basis and still believe in goodness."
This week starring Lady Styx, Adam Strange, Lobo, Animal Man and Starfire.
While Hurricane Katrina's baleful eye bores down on the Gulf Coast, time pauses for Louis Proby: he remembers the calamity of 1927.
Renowned physicist Victor Stenger answers wide-ranging questions on God, proof and what he'd need to be convinced.
Gunther, almost unwittingly, becomes a pawn in a medical experimentation conspiracy involving Germans, Jews, and a lot of money.
My impulse to a scandal like the one over The Higher Power of Lucky is to organize an All Animal Bottoms story time...
Tim Moore and his four-legged friend need more than the power of prayer on a pilgrimage to Santiago.
The Abhorsen Trilogy is an amazing series, with great characters, a fully realized world, and more than enough adventure to keep you turning pages.
Plagiarism, fraud, and politics in the Ivory Tower. This is history as it was not taught in school.
This respected left-wing journal has been fending off conservative attacks for 50 years.
Incognito is proof that beautiful music finds a way to introduce itself into your life.
The ten best tenor saxophone players in all of jazz. Says me.
Eclectic sounds, softly moving, pensive lyrics sung in a moody, atmospheric way; Airline make songs that can lift you up and make you think.
I'm shuffling my music collection and talking about the Pogues, Bob Weir, the Cure, Townes Van Zandt and Neil Young
Has indie pop finally gained the notice it deserves outside of Pitchfork-like music world?
Sevendust roars back into focus with their sixth studio release, entitled Alpha.
The Police, Cisco buy social-networking tech, and new Bjork in today's update.
A political manifesto from Jarvis Cocker, guilty pleasures, and more in this week's Listening Room...
Are the days of internet radio at an end?
America's alright if you like saxophones.
These videos are the perfect soundtrack to the streets. Pop in your Willie Nelson CD and hit the road!
Watching the camera pan over the fans, I can only wish that I was part of it.
A rising talent serves notice with a splendid sophomore collection.
This week, one of the funniest comedies of all time.
Taking a look back at 1993’s classic bizarro take on the zombie movie genre.
Rise like two angels in the night.
After all the idea of the FOX News Channel doing a fake news show with a conservative slant is already redundant.
A highly recommended film that raises some serious questions about the Rwandan genocide.
William H. Macy funny? You betcha.
Samuel L. doesn't stray from the snakes.
House's co-showrunner talks music, casting, directing, and that cantankerous character.
Radio show makes smooth transition to TV.
Such so called "glory" is highly overrated and ephemeral at best. But it's still kinda neat.
Flashy acquisitions in free agency aren't the wave of the future in the NFL.
If Street Sense can impress at his two prep races, he may be in the money at the Derby.
The following is a list of a few of the best full-bodied cigars, cigars that make it well worth cheating on your regular brand.
The award-winning machinima artists discuss their craft, their new business relationship, and the future of "Tra5h Ta1k"
Dispelling some misconceptions about Linux.
mental_floss question of the day.
The European Union is going after some of the biggest tech industry players and the US government isn't doing much about it.
Have the right wing Christian fundamentalists gone down in flames? I think not.
Meet one of BC's Renaissance men.
Mobilization against blatantly racist attacks is a necessity, but the same level of anger should be expressed towards other issues contributing to the black community's collapse.
Dear Elsa, I recently became intimate with a Scorpio man.
This flies in the faces of the many women who, often bringing shame on themselves and their families, continue their quest for justice.
Every (casual) game gets its 24 hours in the spotlight at Games du Jour.