Wednesday, October 2 2002
And lo, the geek shall inherit the earth. Something lost in the translation, because Moby wasn’t meant to be this big. Prior to this
Jimmy Eat WorldPhoto credit: Chris McCann If I hated Jimmy Eat World, this review would definitely be a more entertaining read. These guys are just
It doesn't matter whether you're 16 or 65. You'll laugh out loud at this stuff.
At its heart, it is rumination on the art of photography.
Serves as a diary of the main players involved in the heyday of New York's Alley.
The only real analogy for Capt. James Cooke, who resolutely explored the Pacific between 1768 and 1780, is Capt. James Kirk, captain of the starship Enterprise.
Monday, September 30 2002
In quiet and unassuming fashion, Santa Monica, California’s KCRW has kept the faith in promoting good music. Their morning show, Morning Becomes Eclectic, is
For a while now, I’ve been concerned about my niece, recently turned five. Don’t get me wrong: Her parents have done a great
In high school, my friends and I would organize music buying trips to Detroit as badges of our disaffection from the choke chain constraints of
“I have always enjoyed playing solo piano and I always think that it is important for every instrumentalist, regardless of what they play, they should
This is the most difficult decisions any music critic could ever make . . . and one of the stupidest ways to waste time that any human could
Knowing Merseybeat enthusiasts everywhere must have breathed a sigh of relief upon the release of the Kaisers’ fifth studio album earlier this year. While the
In truth, to a European living on mainland USA, Honey Boy is not an easy album to listen to, at least initially. Hawaiian vocal styles
What happens when you get a bunch of musicians from big name groups who feel the need to carry on in their own way and
Insofar as it depicts agents who think and verify before acting, Without a Trace unexpectedly provides an antidote to the current media crime-fighting frenzy.
The most recent tales from the Zone suggest it can again become a venue for investigating contemporary cultural and moral dilemmas.
Ever helpful, Jeff Probst reminded everyone that, on Survivor, assumptions are always wrong.
Diverges from ER in that it is, oddly, more conservative.
It's life-changing redemption all the way, at the hands of a flawed saint who can instruct us all.
Dealing with complicated familial history, rather than relying on man-chasing for every plot, will set Half and Half apart.