The Mad Scientist is 19, his breadth of technological knowledge seems somewhat prodigious, and he wishes to remain anonymous. From his dorm room he broadcasts his pirate radio station, KUNT, which he describes as a pulpit for great local bands mixed with some regional, national and international act ... More >>
Competition: bad for girls, good for boys. Girls, delicate flowers that they are, get sad and mopey when they don't play nice, while boys become robust like bear. This is science, per SiFy News (which is I think where Stephen Hawking gets most of his science news), not to be confused with Syfy, t ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Wednesday, April 29, 2009...Bloc Party's Kele Okereke is recording his first solo album.Apparently Weezer aren't the only band into weird collabos: Weird Al will sing the Pixies' "I Bleed"... with the Pixies. Jack White's Third Man label is going to release ... More >>
Well, the big weekend is here. That's right, Mizzou vs Oklahoma State.My brother earned his Ph.D from OSU (although I hear they practically give those things away in Stillwater) while I, um, attended doctoral classes at the Sorbonne of the Midwest (where, I believe, Stephen Hawking flunked out b ... More >>
Went to my son's 7th grade football scrimmage yesterday afternoon and - it's official - I'm effin' old. Uncool. Dweeby. Dorky. And totally outta touch. These two boys - I dunno, maybe 13 or 14ish - were talking underneath the bleachers. At least I think it was talking. To my ancient ears it ... More >>
I got $50 in bailout cash that says they're clueless about Socialism. Or for that matter, Democracy.Driving down Eldorado Parkway in McKinney last night I happened upon a slew of sign-holding, flag-waving folks staging themselves a protest thinly disguised as a "tea party." Embarrassingly lam ... More >>
Talking smack wreaks high school havoc in Mean Girls
Errol Morris gets history right by recognizing that it's usually all wrong
No. 3 QB Tony Romo is just happy to be here. Seriously. No, seriously.
Derek Harper calls the game--and one day, he hopes, the shots--for the Mavs
The sun will explode in 5 billion years, and robots are humanity's best hope to escape. Three guys are working on a plan. In a garage. In Heath, Texas.
Dennis Quaid and James Caviezel ham it up as a father and son reuniting via radio in Frequency
Marshall Ball can't talk. So he listens to God. Everyone else listens to Marshall.
Execution specialist goes Nazi-partying in Errol Morris' disturbing new documentary
Buzz's holiday gift guide; Another way to suck; R.D. explains it all
Errol Morris' new documentary brings you so close to these nutty eccentrics, it's almost unnerving