What to do? Well, simple. Just don't watch. But for those that believe in moderation and the occasional guilty pleasure, Recess has formulated a little contest to spice up the season.
If a thing happens on television, we have every right to find it fascinating, whatever it is." --Don DeLillo, White Noise.
Last year at the Walter Kerr Theater, a 75-page play packed houses, stunned critics and became the next link in an American theater trend.
You have to respect a film like Ghost World.
Amidst all the Manic Street Preachers and Coldplays, sometimes it seems like the Brits can't remember how to have any rock On roll fun.
By Martin Barna, Eric Choy, Cary Hughes and Tim Perzyk.
In Field of Dreams, the secret to success is building the field. In Rookie of the Year, the key is an arm of steel.
A simple formula: First, there was Ben Folds Five, which was actually comprised of only three members.
Fall is in the air and on the airwaves.
Forget the WWF. To hell with the WCW.
There's a new reality show on NBC called Lost. It's where they take people, blindfold them, drop them in the middle of nowhere and have them find their way back to the Statue of Liberty.
As we look at the music industry's decision to target Napster in the hopes of curtailing MP3 copyright infringment, it seems like the plan has backfired.
And the award for the most ludicrous and utterly painful movie of the year goes to (drum roll not even deserved)ÉThe Glass House!.
There's something different about Bob Dylan's latest effort, Love and Theft. It's not the voice--Dylan has never sounded more Dylan.
It's time to take aim at one of the hottest stores in America. Loaded with style and crammed with fun, this is the place where affordable, adorable clothes overflow from every rack.
Has anyone seen the new Kodak commercials? The super-cute clips chronicle high school girls capturing their world on camera, with tear-jerking results.