And it's all thanks to that confounded BCS!
It's not like had Manning or Brees played the whole game, Week 17 was going to be hotter than habaneros.
Very enjoyable today as it has been through the years.
The fourth part of my countdown of the top 25 movies of the decade, 2000-2009.
Amy Adams may be a star now, but she wasn't years ago when this whimsical but dry film came out.
Probably my favorite Disney movie of all time.
The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Gilliam's newest and Heath Ledger's final film, is incoherent, but beautiful in its mysterious strangeness.
A fun reinvention of a classic character.
Michael Cera and Charlyne Yi try to determine if love exists.
Guy Ritchie's take on Sherlock Holmes is fun, feeling simultaneously fresh yet respecting the source character entirely.
The year gets off to a bit of a slow start.
New shows are coming. Don't fall into the Susan Mayer trap after reliving old disasters.
There's quite a bit of talent on display all around here.
How does a song become an obsession?
Long lost soundtrack constitutes the very first recording of Can.
Stephen Stills: Chapter 8.
The Queen of Melancholy decides it may be time to come outside and play on new album.
Death metal just got a whole lot better.
President Obama should take personal responsibility for failure to detect the threat of the Christmas underwear bomber.
Is there a relation between gold, the dollar, and Mr. Hope and Change?
Developing a product that resonates requires truly listening to the market.
A great ghost story for young readers, and adult readers will find a lot to love.
I only have eyes for you.
Marxist economics provides an explanation for the crises when all around are still wondering.
Noted drag artist Joey Arias teams with puppeteer Basil Twist in a magical and "out there" evening of theatre.
Can a 40-year-old ad create happiness and harmony in our community?
Nintendo rings in the new decade with a bunch of new releases, but just which games have they picked? Read on to find out!
Don't give this up for Lent!