Get ready for heaps of ridiculousness.
When you work in media for a living, how do you properly thank thousands of people that you can't see or don't know personally? The thousands of people (we hope) who listen to your show, read your blog, follow you on Twitter, what's an appropriate show of gratitude? Sure, a general tweet of thanks ... More >>
Paul Williams: Still Alive A Film by Stephen Kessler Virgil Films, 84 mins, $19.99. In the 1970s the diminutive Paul Williams was everywhere. And I mean, everywhere. The singer-songwriter was best known for penning hits for others like the Carpenters ("Rainy Days and Mondays," "We've Only Just Be ... More >>
Former heavyweight champ Mike Tyson has been everywhere over the last few years, trying to re-invent himself and rehabilitate his image. From his impersonation of Herman Cain on Funny or Die to his hilarious turn in The Hangover, Tyson has been doing a pretty good job of making people laugh. But, a ... More >>
Homeless in Houston share their most important objects.
Nobody's Daughter propels Hole into the 21st century.
Readers disagree that involuntary commitment is a bad thing.
Sing the blues, Kermit... or greens. We know how you feel. Big Bird, Oscar the Grouch, Bert and Ernie, Elmo and Grover have something to celebrate. Sesame Street, their fictional New York borough, and the television show probably responsible for everything you knew as a kid, turns 40 today. Created ... More >>
Kermit the Frog turns in his signature performance
Strange musical pairings
Kermit hurt himself today
His Holiness is here to enlighten you
A deadly virus takes center stage in Bobbindoctrin's flea-bitten Danse Macabre II: The Consummate Host
Fun on the Fourth
Travolta unloads another awful bomb in Basic
Willie Nelson's Family Picnic
Bobby Schlitzberger adds a little life to the grave-marking business
Falafel can be awful. But not at Mama's Po-Boy.
Caedmon's Call strives to be heard above the Christian rock din