The NCAA has vacated Memphis's 2008 Final Four victory over UCLA. Let's drag Foucault into this, shall we?
"When I came out, it felt like I was getting out of prison."
A combined 22 years of pro MMA experience meet this weekend. That's the good and the bad of it.
Seattle and Toronto battle in a match both need to keep pace in the MLS playoff race.
The Cleveland Championship Watch sets sail with its inaugural post running down the week in Cleveland sports.
Kevin Martin and the Sacramento Kings spread humanitarianism worldwide.
The Professor does it again.
Docking your ships has never been this hard.
Treasure's classic side-scroller transitions well onto Xbox 360.
Get your hands on one a limited Eddie Riggs statue.
Nothing from the Broadway version is missing in the touring production.
Hilarity triumphs in Matt Walker's zany adaptation of "Oedipus Rex," with the help of Elvis Presley's music.
After a summer of freedom, my daughter has no desire to return to school.
This observation smacks me across the head, with the dire message that I'm perhaps not a very good mother.
A writer finds her center with Thomas Merton and a blogger called "An Unlikely Army Chaplain."
Mercy Corps is urging support for the Roadmap to End Global Hunger and Promote Food Security Act of 2009.
American Son is full of cliches and ultimately disappointing.
Miley Cyrus juggles her real life and her alternate pop persona in this G-rated family comedy filled with solid music.
Another look at time and how your time and my time are different times.
A thriller featuring a newspaper unconvering corporation in Washington, D.C. Where have I heard that before?
Chick flicks are like candy. Not rich candy like Godiva chocolate, but just plain old drug store candy.
This show is what is seriously lacking on TV today.
Richard Hell has done the impossible and recreated the energy and spirit of the times perfectly on this disc.
A great success from my vantage point.
My life as a mixtape...
Something of a fall record for the waning days of summer.
I love seeing these guys live. I never want their set to end.
From primitive primates running amid the dinosaurs, to Catal Huyuk and Ancient Rome, far into our future on a dying planet, this is big history.
Looks back at the 60-year history of computers.
The U.S. government just might be taking on the forces of the universe in its attempt to revive the U.S. auto industry.
former U.S. Ambassador to the United nations is vilifying the administration for continued demands for documentation