This piece exposes the atrocities associated with canned hunting and highlights the efforts to stop this gruesome practice.
Okay, fine. I guess the Patriots ARE going to go undefeated...
Fourteen down, three to go.
Luke warm and getting colder.
There isn't anything that you can't do with color in Illustrator CS3.
What's a bell-ringer and why is deluxe better than ordinary?
Big B's tattoos won't be getting all the attention now that he's released More To Hate.
Ike Turner spun a very intense mixture of what would become full-bore rock 'n' roll.
Here are some 2007 releases that you might consider for your gift list.
An eclectic blend of tradition and improvisation characterizes Braid as an excellent jazz album.
Metal music has been unjustly neglected.
You feel like there is no other place she'd rather be than right here, right now, playing music for you.
A worthy document of perhaps U2's finest hour.
From the third season of House, MD, "Merry Little Christmas" is among the most heartbreaking of Christmas-themed episodes.
A fantastic hockey movie about one of the most influential NHL players of all time.
For Luke Spencer, heaven can wait.
Rapid fire epic often feels more like a battle among ideologies than a fight between good and evil, leaving the overall experience empty.
A holiday classic that is beautifully timeless (just don't watch it in color).
"Big monster on the loose, leave town as fast as possible."
The documentary looks into the world of KISS fandom at a particularly crucial point in the band’s history.
It appears that Activision has an axe to grind with Harmonix, but all they are doing is hurting themselves, and gamers.
This Japanese hospital soap opera might leave some players desiring more splatter and less chatter, but still offers a nice alternative to similar titles.
It’s true what they say. Sometimes you can’t see the forest for the trees.
Don't forget the little stuff.
You may not have heard of him, but more "tanguero" than this man you cannot get.
These gifts keep on giving.
An examination of the power, control, and authority judges have in the lives of the mentally ill.
Normal people are just people you don't know very well.
An author finds the answers she wants to hear rather than seriously exploring the issue at hand.
The second volume of DC Comic's weekly series brings more intrigue and a healthy does of cameos from around the DC Universe.
A brilliant, if brutal, collection of stories that bring broken people to the forefront.
Al Gore speaks about some unknown consequences of US inaction on global warming.
These anecdotes are all illustrative, I believe, of a terrible decay of social cohesion in the Jewish population of Israel.
The speech FDR gave in '36 would be shocking, even political suicide, in 2007. Where did we go wrong?