VIDEO: Joan Hunt's picks of the week
Lord of War: A Review of the Best Movie Nobody Saw by Steven Hart, Oct. 7
"Lord of War doesn't cheat or lose its nerve." Steven Hart wrote The Review of the week. From the compelling title to the conclusion of his article, he convincingly argued in favor of Lord of War. I was intrigued by the trailers for the movie, but after reading Hart's review, I am determined to see this movie!
TV Review: Survivor: Guatemala - Week Four: Bugs or Lepers? by Bennett Dawson, Oct. 6
Bennett Dawson gets extra credit for breaking down Survivor: Guatemala every week and still managing to keep the recaps fresh. This is harder than it looks, because, let's face it, Survivor isn't breaking much ground these days. Jeff Probst, however, is still cute.
Survivor Guatemala: 20 Questions by Teletart, Oct. 7
Teltart asks some difficult questions. Okay, they're not so "difficult." They're just fun.
CULTURE / TECH: Lisa Hoover's picks of the week
Nicolas Cage is Superman’s Father by Chris Beaumont, Oct. 4
First Courtney Love names her daughter Frances Bean. Then Gwenyth Paltrow saddles her poor daughter with the name Apple. Just when I thought celebrity baby names couldn’t get any more…um…offbeat, Chris Beaumont proved me wrong.
Endeavour Returning to Shuttle Fleet by Johniac, Oct. 6
Johniac lets us know what the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s been up to. 900,000 man hours to refurbish it? Wow.
International "Freedom" Center Scrapped at Ground Zero by Victor Lana, Oct. 5
Victor Lana gives us a personal look at what the decision to scrap the plans for the International Freedom Center means to his family.
POLITICS: Lisa McKay's Picks of the week
Open Source Politics by Cranky Liberal, Oct. 3
Cranky Liberal put forth the idea that Open Source technology provides a good model for politics in Open Source Politics, a call for people of all political stripes to cast off their ideological blinders and brainstorm the solutions to some of the very daunting problems facing the nation.