Maybe the truth is that Blacks aren't as victimized as they think, and it's time to dump the ambulence chasers like al Sharpton.
Mike Nifong is the definition of what's wrong with race-pandering politicians today. Plus two other more important current news items.
Don Imus said a bad thing. But maybe shutting him up is worse then letting him keep talking.
The Don Imus controversy exposes people like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton far more than it exposes Don, himself.
There's been no shortage of topical news lately. I only wish to examine some of it.
"Juden? Waffen?" -"Jews? Weapons?" is what one German is reported to have said before being killed at the entrance of the Warsaw Ghetto.
Censorship, in any form, is unacceptable.
Far from the important genre offering it wants to be, which is a shame.
A memorable portrait of a largely unknown artist.
What to watch this weekend.
Teen sex romps. Patriotic polemics. Nothing says 'America' better than the "Drugs Are Bad" films, huh?
Just when you thought The Shield couldn’t get any more exciting, season six arrives with more twists and turns than a celebrity marriage... with an Uzi!
WooWho continues: this week, two liked it, one didn't.
I don't know that the Amazon selection has anything to do with the week of programming, but it is too perfect. Read and find out!
A look at ABC's new sitcom about pregnancy.
Get ready for a crowded weekend.
Do you believe the family that scares together stays together?
This ain't your mama's Cinderella.
Photoshop Photo Effects Cookbook will have you creating very sophisticated effects in no time.
Smith clearly loves the world in it's messy, car accident glory: Bang Crunch is an onomatopoeia of what it feels like to be alive.
An enchanting tale set in an alternate Victorian England where magic and wizards are everyday things.
This book will prepare you in the event that your career comes crashing down.
A reknowned Chicana writer authors her first book for children and the result is amazing.
Belinda Cooley might have a head for business, but it will take all she has to find her missing brother Ben.
Hector must come to terms with the turbulent world of poverty, crime, and ever-present gangs.
Follow a young girl on her journey from Mexico to the U.S.
NY International Auto Show, and Kyotofu, a brand new Japanese dessert bar and cocktail lounge in Hells Kitchen.
This week, sushi gets naughty and how could I do a “1st/Look LA” without visiting another high-end spa. Would you expect anything less?
L.A.'s Actor's Gang offers a powerful staging of Deborah Brevoort's drama about the PanAm 103 bombing.
The Tudors and Rome are joys for senses and as well as intellect; the FCC would leave us just the intellect.
Here are some possible reasons why some find it difficult to stay friends after a breakup.
A brand new brasserie in the West Village, inspired by the artistic roots of the neighborhood and a global perspective.
Master restaurateur Mikayel Israyelyan has brought another culinary gift to all us food lovers with Romanov Restaurant and Lounge in Studio City.
I am hereby invoking my gawd-given New Englander's right to bitch about the weather in all seasons...
Cigars, or rather their boxes, contain some of the true roots of music.
Musician looks back at his 18 years in the music business.
MGM on iTunes, Pixies covers and Lolla's '07 lineup in today's music and tech news update.
Yet another fine addition to Naxos’s on-going Scarlatti Keyboard Sonatas series.
In which I discuss why I love Scritti Politti's Cupid & Psyche '85, and why you should love it, too.
This CD has transformed me from a lukewarm Todd Snider fan into a big Todd Snider fan.
“Now we must redefine tool, redefine man, or accept chimpanzees as humans.”