From page one we are propelled into the world of big money, big egos, and big vaporware...
A gripping and heartbreaking account of the 1968 massacre of peaceful protesting students in Mexico City.
The story is highly entertaining, humorous and both the narration and performance work very well.
Scully, the Truth is out there - fans aren't passive consumers anymore.
A man who can write a poem about the Three Stooges and HIV is, at heart, a poet of the people.
This bimonthly reports that bear hunting takes skill and luck, but technology also helps. And sometimes the bear wins.
Sandford, Joshua Ferris, DeLay, Religious Literacy, Cultural Amnesia, the Cigarette Century, Cigars and Clinton, and then some...
"It used to be that we were dumb, semi-literate and maybe corrupt. Ah, those were the days..."
Funny and light with genuine emotion, this is one of the best books of 2007. Ask again later, and I'd say the same.
Murder and torture of women continues. Bush ignored it during his Latin American tour. When are world leaders going to address these crimes? emphasized more?
Dangerous books? After Communism, Nazism and Maoism comes... sexuality, feminism, and nontheism.
The shooting of an Israeli utility worker by Hamas has slowed the momentum that's been swinging toward Palestinians.
Years ago, Barack Obama admitted to a youthful shortcoming and then moved ahead on a pathway of success.
One of Pakistan’s most respected citizens spills it out – about his beloved city of Karachi.
Why do Republicans and Conservatives feel the need to pass themselves off as real men all the time?
Bush is threatening a Constitutional showdown over the fired prosecutors. If it comes to that, which will win: subpoena power or executive privilege?
Mark Pirro proves once and for all that the biggest asses are found in America.
Here we are once again again with another random handful of flicks that run the gamut in this week's Random Roundup!
Probably should wait for this on Netflix.
Everyone with a blog and a dream thinks they are a pundit these days.
Sometimes there are bad people posing as good people. Nadia seems so loyal -and is the shadow cast on Milo as well?
Someone just hand Melinda the Idol crown already.
Hardly worthy of the Kong name.
Italian schlock horror-meister Fulci's sixties era "erotic thriller" gets revived on DVD.
A concerned critique of Lost's divisive third season as we pass its halfway point, and how the remaining episodes may determine the show's legacy.
Call them what you want -- Fanjayanatics, Fanjayanistas, or teenyboppers -- it should be clear by now that America's teenagers love Sanjaya.
By now it has become pretty evident that Jack Bauer is (physically and mentally) simply a mess.
An inspirational story about the power of one determined man...
Where is the romance and theater of pushing a button? Where is the skill and passion of the barista?
The ultimate chocolate experience can be yours, with much less effort than you expect!
A sensible design would encourage people to teach for a spell, not for a lifetime.
A certain level of fear is healthy, but a life limited or controlled by fear is tragic.
"When the dust settles and the smoke clears, reasonableness will prevail in [the] grand jury."
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for March 21, 2007.
Shouldn't the public choose public art?
Japanese reluctance lets their government closet history, excise it from history books, and run out the clock until the last of the victims have died.
It's upbeat and warm and an all-around fun listen.
A beautiful, comprehensive collection showcasing just what the band has accomplished in its nearly four decades.
Now as a solo artist once again, the release date has been set for Cornell’s second album.
A healthy mix of punk and ska.
Bon Jovi's "Living On A Prayer" is one of the greatest singles ever released.
Making great art of any kind takes time and sometimes, it can take a long time.
It's just 33 minutes of music, but for the most part quality triumphs over quantity...
Fagin hints at greatness, preferring to follow in the footsteps of the Emo greats rather than blaze his own trail.
Johnny Marr joins Modest Mouse, and hot three way action with Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard and Ray Price.
A wonderful score to a fantastic film.
Johnny may be dead, but he is not forgotten. His music lives on!
Today, a new generation of modern jazz musicians walks through its hollowed grounds.
New "memetracker" focuses on blog conversations stemming from social news stories published by Mashable.
mental_floss question of the day.
Myst Online: Uru Live sees the light of day on the Mac thanks to GameTap and Cider.
Every (casual) game gets its 24 hours in the spotlight at Games du Jour. A week is "In the Cards" for DreamQuest.