It’s okay to dream at full throttle. After all, this was Villeneuve’s greatest gift.
Roger Clemens has returned to The Bronx, but will it matter?
Toyota's seven drivers have qualified for a total of 36 positions out of a possible 70. Oof.
"I came up with the idea of a trilogy that was loosely structured on the Divine Comedy..."
A round-up of select Marvel Comics, April-May 2007.
Black musicians who tried to take their music to the masses paid a far steeper price than exclusion from restrooms.
A must-own masterwork.
Winners sometimes quit, and quitters sometimes win. When do you persevere, and when should you pack it in?
One of America’s finest novelists dazzles with a Zionist Da Vinci Code in his latest novel.
Lower your self-esteem and improve the world.
Feels more like a Lifetime movie from India than a major motion picture.
We are obviously being set-up for a showdown of epic proportions, a Shakespearean-like final act that will leave the stage strewn with bodies.
A new DVD arrives to help kids take that all-important first step away from diapers.
All Spidey, all the time!
Spidey swings into theaters again with 140 minutes of amazing action and a slightly frayed plot.
The counter-agent is delivered and Jason holds his baby.
It's raining romcoms.
Don't know which fork to use for the salad or how to use a fork in general? TLC has the solution.
A weak week of releases to wrestle with.
It's time to leave Iraq and Afghanistan - and to hell with your wounded neo-con military pride.
Residents of Jerusalem perplexed by abnormally high water bills.
Nicolas Sarkozy wanted to acknowledge the realities facing 21st century France. Fifty-four percent of the French electorate agreed with this message.
Exactly how dumb would a Democrat have to be to believe George Bush? Let's ask one.
Chalmers Johnson gives a bleak outlook on the future of the American Republic and the potential for a war in space.
If you are looking for a fast, cost effective way to author and burn CD/DVDs, then Fireman 3.0 will work for you.
Pharmaceuticals are big business. See how a partnership between the State of Maine and an Indian tribe went terribly wrong.
Scientists have developed a system to implant spider genes into goats, allowing them to produce super-strength silk instead of milk.
SCR’s 10th Pacific Playwrights Festival introduces plays while making the case that readings are their own reward.
Don't confuse what you feel with what is real. Complete with the good guys (Mr glass-half-full) and the bad guys (Mr stay-in-bed-you-loser) fighting for your attention; your thoughts. Competing for valuable territory on your cerebral landscape.
A young girl's perception of the rituals of womanhood.
Political t-shirt company, Vinxi Clothing, presents another tongue-in-cheek design.
Christopher Rose weighs in on policies, ethics, and the future of Blogcritics.
Nothing says "I love you" like being chewed on the head by your pet teddy bear.
I've only been to Kansas once, and I only visited one town when I was there - and now it's been destroyed.
A baby who isn't the go-right-to-sleep type isn't going to become the type. Put that thought out of your head so you can move on.
Mr. Darwin, on behalf of all semi-intelligent bipeds, we apologize.
The Michigan band of indie-poppers’ sophomore release is an engaging slice of sugar sweetness.
Dale Watson and his Lonestars release their finest album to date.
Ten songs that freak me out.
Sunset Café Stomp is not about preserving the music for display in a museum.
After nearly six years, Redman's back and it's like he never left.
It was a good night for metal.
Quirky Vancouver group releases debut CD
Featuring ten live performances by two of America's most influential soul and R&B artists, this release combines pure nostalgia with the power of great performances.
Info on Mike Gravel, KRS-One, Emily King and Floyd Mayweather, brought to you by the B-Boy Blogger Champion!
Circumstances can create a situation where talented musicians get together for a relatively short time and create some great music...
Rampant Reunions are taxing my tolerance and good nature. Lono takes a look at reunion etiquette.
Who needs spidey-sense when you've got record-radar?!
Best of the Sims 2 expansion packs (so far) features new produce activities and game play variety through weather elements/surprises.