Undermining the voice of the American voter.
Maybe it's time for Senator Leahy to spend less time on partisan witchhunts and more on doing his actual job.
Brigglesby, Bahooski...call him what you want; all Mike Birbiglia cares about is making you laugh.
Are the verses in this John Lennon classic just nonsense?
No wonder then that this pretty-faced 27-year-old’s sound is both sunny and sweetly innocent while maintaining a mature and well-flavoured air.
Gym Class Heroes' As Cruel As School Children is almost too cool for school.
He was a talented trumpeter who loved walking the tightrope of high notes and also loved being known as the "20th Century Gabriel".
...a timely reminder of the importance of being brave enough to speak and sing unpopular truths ...
There is something about Dropkick Murphys’ brand of Celtic craziness that gives us the best kind of punk paradox
Blogcritics and Electric Artists are pleased to host the giveaway.
A look at how our aging Rock heroes stand up to father time.
New Found Glory drops one of the best albums of their career today with 11 covers of songs you know and love from movies you adore.
After three long years, the Voodoo Glow Skulls returning with their most rocking album yet.
The first official DVD from the acclaimed music festival brings the goods.
Train frontman Pat Monahan goes solo with mixed results.
Denson's new Trio is all about a no-nonsense, unapologetic funk-jazz groove.
Wikkid good rock, and some other stuff too.
More budget-breaking releases, but I have a couple tips to save you at least a little money, if not sanity.
Another year, another NBA Live title. What new features does EA bring to the table?
EA played host to a bloggers' look into the new MySims title at Redwood City, California.
The sixth Sims 2 expansion pack from Electronic Arts continues the great tradition of expanded simulation play.
My favorite TV secondary characters.
NBC goes time-traveling with one of their newest series.
A great sports film.
DVDs serve the fiction of memory -- and that's a good thing -- usually.
The ABC family drama's inaugural season is a great addition to any television DVD collection.
A drugged Kate crashes her car. Sonny, Jax, and Jason debate who is at fault.
Baseball's stars, past and present assess whether 10 of the game's greatest records can be broken … or not.
"Hello, I'm Johnny Cash."
Tarantino sets out to make a bad movie and succeeds.
A weak weekend finds vigilante thrills at the top.
Maybe House really was the initial condition that led to my life being filled with new people and experiences.
A stellar feature debut for Andrea Arnold with a great turn from Kate Dickie.
One half of Grindhouse arrives on DVD. You have to wait a month for the other half.
Even though it's 40, The Graduate can still speak to a young generation.
A look at a religion and drugs from the perspective of a deaf man obsessed with multi-colored neon signs of Jesus.
Rock Bands brings a little bit of rock n' roll to your wardrobe - even if you are timid.
With this maestro, you got all these things - and more.
Who would have thought sitting in my sister's country kitchen I would be discussing bitches and hos with a 12-year-old?
Armed with a lot of higher end capabilities, Paint Shop Pro Photo X2 is easy to use especially for new users.
Everyone loves a discount on software.
Optimizing the blogosphere for two cents a word.
Two down, Fifteen to go.
Also: Derek Jeter must hate me personally, McLaren has little money left, is Tiger Woods better than Tiger Woods?
Honest and conversational, this book offers a unique insight into the media world.
To say that Diane Kurasik loves movies would be a bit of an understatement.
How a small town girl went from the shag carpet to the red carpet with Rolling Stone magazine.
If David Livingstone Smith's analysis in this book is correct, then we all should read it: it is that important.