Assembly of Dust's "Recollection" melds the whole Americana spectrum into a mellow jam groove that's hard to resist
The Best Historical Album of 2007...
From pre-Muslim Cat Stevens to Bob Dylan...
Harmonicas were rural America's favorite instrument for a lot of years.
Together, with the help of Blogcritics and MySpace, I'm proposing a musical journey to discover bands that are trying to survive in Arkansas's music scene.
Megadeth turn in their best record since "so Far, So Good... So What!"
News on global warming, Israel's human shield investgation, KCRW statement and music from Sly & The Family Stone.
It may surprise some people who read this space fairly regularly to learn that "The Rockologist" is actually a pretty big rap music fan.
Kirk Rundstrom, the beaming, generous and energetic front man of Split Lip Rayfield is dead at 38.
Hint - One of them has a spiritual sequel on the Wii already. Except with trucks.
Does EA’s newest SSX game make you want to shred the slopes or shred the disc?
Although Theologian Paul Tillich died in 1965, his inspirational book is just as meaningful today as it was over 40 years ago.
Book Two in the Chronicles of Fairie makes for romance, magic, mystery, betrayal, legend, lore, history, and simply marvelous, engaging storytelling.
"It’s the most wonderful thing in the world: to be able to sit down at the computer and spend time with people I’ve created..."
A glimpse of this year's event and some of the films showcased.
No time to argue! Throw me the idol, and I'll throw you a long-overdue preview of "Indiana Jones 4."
The TV season is starting to wrap up; here's a look at where things stand.
The minds behind Saw trade in the blade for a dummy.
Warner Bros. Studios is no stranger to adapting classic novels and has done a pretty good job with it.
Is it supposed to be a dark comedy?
Some couples fall flat while Patrick and Robin continue to sizzle.
"...You Israelis, should better prepare yourself for another round against HezBallah. It will not be long in coming."
Is this a great country or what? From Medicaid to wars to WMD to generals who've lost their teeth, ain't never a dull moment.
Al Franken gives liberals a bad name.
The British government will bend over backwards to protect vivisectionists from threats to their well-being. The rest of the citizenry are on their own.
Here are some of the most significant bugs from the past week in the BugBlog.
Open source mavens swoon as legendary Linux guru Ian Murdoch announces on his weblog that he is joining Sun Microsystems
Are people talking about Twitter? That would be a 10-4.
Some believe homosexuality is biologically determined. If they are right, what does this say about the morality of it?
Carol Burnett is suing over a Family Guy parody with her signature charwoman mopping up a porn shop.
Are the Browns just "Mad" or "Cracked" when their coach and GM suggest a 4-12 season is "making progress"?