The rest of Middle Earth might be ready to sacrifice another Cleveland sports team to the fiery depths of Mount Doom - but I'm not!
The marvelous month of May provided sports fans with stories to mull over.
As the Cavs have risen, they have given fans a whole new perspective.
Cleveland is the team that plays with poise down the stretch, and now they're going to uncharted waters. The NBA Finals.
A collection of of unsweetened and endowing rumors.
Ian McEwan charts the course of honeymoon night that goes terribly astray.
McEwan, Brashares, Clinton, Ondaatje, Hamilton, Parker, Lustbader, Cussler, Pentagon, Diana, Spector: "...my heart stood still/ Dead doo ron ron ron, dead doo ron ron…"
Books for a youth audience that have more on their minds than what to wear to the prom.
It took a long time but it was well worth it.
Sometimes you have to spend time with an album before you realize how much you enjoy it.
This is the kind of pure pop that McCartney parlayed into a soundtrack for the decade following the Beatles. And just as welcome.
Deceptively good German death.
Casey Neill delivers yet another beautiful record — this time with a bit of help from his friends, The Decemberists.
Defending emo culture from misinformed reporting with a concerted plea to disregard a recent story aired on ABC Utah.
Brilliant romantic comedy that is all raunch and heart.
Sonny continued to be a thorn in Kate's side, proving once and for all how attracted he is.
Viewers beware: if Screwfly is any indication of the Masters of Horror series, shun these trashy featurettes at all cost.
Hella mediocre with cheese.
"Hello, my name is Earl, and I am an addict."
Mom’s being gone is still painful, but knowing she is there in some form is helping me.
I spent half my youth in a dark movie theater, and Woody Allen was my hero. The voice of the people. Then he changed all that for me, face-to-face.
Hi Elsa, I'm going through some rough and tense time...
At my school was a teacher who was always meaning to write a book on what school trip chaperones needed to know.
Objectively grading the Bush Administration is just about impossible, but one must start somewhere.
The immigration bill now being considered will not achieve its goals and will do incalculable harm in the process.
There are several ways to control illegal immigration, but the costs of some methods are far too high.
Or why Nintendo is always considered the best first party game developer in the business.
"At Wits End" is more like it.
Give me Roller Coaster Tycoon any day, but this mild classic still stands out.
The DS tries to make an old Sega Genesis game fun again, but so much potential is wasted.
TasteTV and the Art of the Drinks show how to make a classic cocktail, the Whiskey Flip.
Heloise's method for staying sane around summer food: pray!
Main stream media journalists are about to be blogged to death.