I woke up in the middle of a nightmare... about getting flushed down a toilet.
Yellow Dog is bursting with failed, scattershot send-ups and wide-ranging ruminations on... oh, never mind.
This is not your momma's romance novel.
A book for every women who thinks she is alone when she feels ashamed.
The plan calls for a simple grab job, but with the Russians on guard, nothing is going to be easy.
Let’s face it already: diets don’t work. If they did we would not be facing a global obesity epidemic.
A thrilling and battle filled history of two of the icons of Mexican Revolution history - Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata.
So, I had to find an agent. This turned out to be a huge fiasco and the biggest waste of time.
From scraping away 'Churchianity" and being the mom you want to be to smooth jazz and Liparulo's Germ.
Sometimes even well known and well-respected authors manage to bring a true stinker to fruition.
A spellbinding and gritty tale of the famous Teresita, a magical healer and a truly amazing woman.
A courageous Australian fights an uphill battle for Aboriginal rights.
A well-balanced, delightful novel that leaves you with a smile on your face and a warm fuzzy feeling in your heart.
A post-9/11 sci-fi satire gets a second edition just in time for the Transformers movie.
A twist on the Cinderella story becomes a wonderful story of bravery, loyalty, love and truth.
Enchiladas Sarita: better than a thank you note
Ouendan screens, Konami arcade news and Japan's release list for the week.
On a wing and without a prayer this game tries to go for the gold.
We are roaring into the end of the season.
At last year's festival we discovered Brick, which turned out to be one of my personal favorite films of the year.
This heartstring-pulling episode with the tiniest baby hand ever avoids becoming cloying.
Season Two is over, Scofield's in jail, Linc is lost, Sara is missing, and guys in lab coats have a keen interest in our hero.
Haley's hotness earns her another week.
Freedom Writers proves teachers can inspire students.
Another masterful Kinski-Herzog film that shows just how lame Hollywood action films really are.
The man who was responsible for increasing the birth rate during his reign on the top of the music world!
In a world where lying and brown nosing run rampant, Simon has taken a stand and said what most people are afraid to say: exactly what he thinks.
J-Lo's first Spanish album. Only suited for people with a soft spot for tacky lyrics and clichéd music.
The mood on 23 is brighter, more wide-eyed and enchanting than their last album.
My Fleeting House is a very good portrait of singer/songwriter Tim Buckley's musical career and the different styles it encompassed.
Michael Lewin’s contribution to the Naxos Complete Keyboard Sonatas of Domenico Scarlatti inspires this listener the desire to hear the next installment.
Joyful, sunny and energetic merengue combines with hopelessly romantic ballads on Guerra's first "Spanglish" album.
Chuck E's no longer "in love with the little girl who's singing this song." Rickie Lee Jones erupts and recollects...
The creators of metalcore are back with an all new album.
13 years ago today, Kurt Cobain, the reluctant voice of a generation, died. It's a good day to pay tribute.
In his musical testament, the Cuban legend could finally dedicate himself to beautifully fragile boleros.
A cross between 80's hair and 90's grunge with modern sensibilities.
Fifty tracks to celebrate 50 years.
Alexisonfire's latest release has already taken over the Canadian charts and is now focused on the rest of the world.
In which the dance floor is a metaphor to end war.
Charles Mingus has discovered the heart of America and set it to music that transcends time and space.
If the graduation rates of black athletes are not experiencing dramatic increases, will a one year provision really make a difference?
Some of the most boring stuff about the Masters you could imagine... but blame the Master Masters for not letting us see the damn game.
mental_floss question of the day.
Or, everything you did not want to know about trackbacks and don’t care to ask.