Recently, I stopped drinking alcohol for a few weeks due to a severe case of "turning into a tremendously fat man." As a result, I've been compensating by drinking cold press coffee -- a dark, sludgy substance that resembles the loneliness of space. It makes me feel like my brain is made out of tiny ... More >>
Historic Auto AttractionsSpent the better part of the morning virtually touring Historic Auto Attractions in Roscoe, Illinois, where, per Roadside America's rave, "the fireplace mantle on which President Truman signed the order to bomb Hiroshima is only a few feet from a pickup truck used on Sanf ... More >>
Quite the extra busy start to the week we have here. Gotta be something for just about everyone music wise this particular evening...
For the last week or so, RA Sushi in Plano has been promoting their brand of holiday cheer, the Nog-asaki. Cute, right? That's it in the picture: An eggnog-based cocktail celebrating the charred remains of those flash fried in the second atomic blast...well, technically the third, if you count th ... More >>
Thanks to a few incendiary soundbites, recordings of the Reverend Jeremiah Wright’s sermons are circulating among church people, making their way from hand to hand and e-mail to iPod. A politically active young man in my church gave my husband a copy of the full message from which the infamous phr ... More >>
Cloverfield is a big, dumb monster movie about nothing
Shocking numerical revelations await in Jim Carrey's totally freaking random thriller
With a gun in one hand and a crossbow in the other, we warm to the dream of a Nuge '08 ticket
Pulse rips its story line from better Japanese horror movies.
Pulse rips its story line from better Japanese horror movies
Thanks to these CDs, it's beginning to sound a lot like Christmas
Shakespeare's greatest guffaws and ha-has
Godzilla after 50 years reveals more than just a rubber suit
Kids show off their extracurricular activities
The Danube flows in unexpected directions at Kitchen Dog Theater
In Theatre Three's Copenhagen, passion for science ignites a white-hot war of words
Plus: Kaboom, Edited for Content
Why don't tourists flock to the meteor crater outside of Odessa? Because most don't know a bona fide Texas treasure from a hole in the ground.
PBS documentary goes on a bumpy ride down The Mississippi
Dick Armey thinks he's found a free-market paradise in the Marianas Islands, a U.S. territory where the workers never complain, the factories never quit, and wages are so low, even welfare mothers can hire a Filipino maid
Atomic Cafe filmmaker Jayne Loader has won raves for her CD-ROM Public Shelter, but calls the 'new medium' a dud
They're happy in Northfield, Minnesota. And that's OK