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Endgame: Ethics And Values In America

Interactive Special Premieres Live On PBS And September 18 Read More »

We Are Family Airs 9/11

Tonight the TRIO Channel (available on many, but not all cable outlets) airs Danny Schecter’s film WE ARE FAMILY with a cast of famous 200 artists, athletes and actors calling for tolerance and global understanding. Watch if you can. It will be shown three times. Check local listings. Also, please see the Globalvision News Network special report at with ... Read More »

9-11 names ceremony

The official ceremony has begun and the names of the victims are being read. CBS is displaying a picture of each person and their age which makes it a bit less abstract. ABC is showing the photo and briefly talking about some of the names as they are called. Dan Rather says CBS will contiune to show the photos even ... Read More »

Save Farscape

Save Farscape!!! Save Moya!!! I hate to be a doubting Thomas, but if SciFi is that determined to start destroying sets of one of their hightest rated shows on Wednesday, I doubt they’ll listen to the fans that put it there. But, for McSweeny, we’ll give it a shot! Go there, and make your voice heard. [ As seen on ... Read More »

Never Forget

The videos of September 11, 2001 are a grim, but necessary reminder of what happened on that awful day. Read More »

Kelly Wins Idol – Now What?

As everyone who gives a fig knows by now, Kelly Clarkson won the American Idol competition last night. She is now in the hands of the 19 Group of Companies (scroll to bottom): A Brief Introduction Simon Fuller has had a profound influence on current British pop culture. At 21, he scored his first hit by signing the then-unknown song ... Read More »



MTV Video Music Awards—In Review

This intrepid reporter boldly endures 4 hours of egos, silicone, and occasionally, music. Read More »

Ralph Stanley on PBS NewsHour

On Tuesday, the NewsHour on PBS did a story on revival of interest in bluegrass music. Wednesday they are interviewing Ralph Stanley. Transcripts of both are now online. Read More »

Love, Hate, and Eminem

I felt like utter crap today, so I sat around watching television all day long. Yay me. And, ahead of watching a VH1 Ultimate Albums thing on The Marshall Mathers LP, I was starting to think that there might be some redeeming value in Eminem’s music that I had missed. I would like to officially declare that a wrong answer. ... Read More »