American Idol, Ann Coulter, John Edwards, The Academy Awards, and The Duke De Mondo on the anniversary edition of BCRadio Podcast.
There is an art to criticizing art.
Instead of finding them a whore to flatter their egos, I find them paintings that do the equivalent for their intellect.
Your resume is an important vehicle on the highway of your career.
A charming romp through small-town Americana and the battle between the sexes for the juvenile/young adult crowd.
Super Mom is back – issuing Super Time-Outs, dispensing apple juice and, of course, saving the world!
A fast read with simple and effective instruction for weight loss.
"I wrote the book to place the information in the hands of people who need it but cannot afford to hire a computer forensic expert."
A great read for those with a passion for history and sociology.
Before MTV execs were born, music videos captivated the nation. Soundies rocked the '40s.
Kathryn Beaumont may have had a brief career as a child actress but she will always be remembered as Wendy Darling from Peter Pan.
Jim Carrey reads a book and says '23' a whole hell of a lot in The Number 23.
David Lynch's new film is starting to make its way to independent theaters across the country. Read my opinion and be awed.
Jack Bauer has been tortured almost as often as he has tortured others, which does not justify his actions but rather qualifies them.
The most talked about movie of 2006 is about to become the must-have DVD of 2007.
Cutting-edge alternative cinema in Boston, March 22-25.
Trading one biker for four bikers.
El Bicho is joined by family members Mono Sobrina and Sobrino Poco Loco to discuss the most recent adaption of the story.
It won an Oscar, but it isn't that great. Shocking.
Looking for a little funny?
It's the Amazing Race, but how are the "All Stars" doing?
Nothing beats a bit of torture on a Monday.
Loops, jazzy atmospherics, Brazilian jazz infuse multi-instrumentalist Quantic's electronic vibes with beauty.
A review of Amy Winehouse's fantastic second album.
Ry Cooder is heading for the Animal Farm with My Name Is Buddy.
Paul Weller to Play Charity Gig, China says no more net cafes and Spoon hit the road in today's update.
A month long look at jazz wouldn't be complete without Mort Weiss, or this album in particular.
Join me as I celebrate a milestone for me at the sinister cabal of writers, known as Blogcritics.org.
This week's theme: moonlighting.
Dial up a suprisingly good album in Grand Champeen's "Dial 'T' for This".
This Soul Legend is in great voice in a 1972 concert from the newly revived Stax label.
There are some different opinions about the history of Brazilian jazz, but...
The Democrats' solution to every "problem" is raise taxes and create new government entities. Here's why they shouldn't.
Can anything stop the Neocon roadmap to war in Iran?
Bizarre and tragically true: Canadian kid imprisoned in Texas (!) because his parents are Iranians denied refugee status in Canada.
The sexual harassment case that scandalized the nation disappeared suddenly with a lot of cash...and what else?
A recent Reuters story on Americans' public opinion regarding universal healthcare demonstrates the flaws of news covering polls.
Obama's charisma beats everyone, which is why he'll be our next President
mental_floss question of the day.