By Luke Winkie We've built a culture that breathlessly responds to the reckless id of horny rock stars. It's either another colorful facet of pop culture or the crumbling of our basic human values, depending on how you look at it. What we do know, is that gross white men sticking their penis into es ... More >>
Yesterday we questioned the proliferation of celebrity-owned chicken restaurants, with the opening of Flavor Flav's first Flav's Fried Chicken in Clinton, Iowa. But Flav's foray into food service left us with a second question: do you really want to eat food made by this guy? VH1 TV Shows | Music V ... More >>
Lisa Lamenelli will likely insult entire races, generations, genders and religions on February 20.Equal-opportunity offender Lisa Lampanelli may be best known for destroying the dais on the Roasts of Chevy Chase, Denis Leary, Pamela Anderson, Flava Flav, Jeff Foxworthy, William Shatner and more. Or ... More >>
Jeanette Kozlowski returns to review the new season of Hell's Kitchen, starring her favorite bad-boy chef, Gordon Ramsay. 8:04 p.m. As much as I enjoy Gordon Ramsay and Hell's Kitchen, I'm not very pleased with it usurping House's post-American Idol slot. And, by the way, if you missed American Ido ... More >>
Week of December 28, 2006
Sacha Baron Cohen's howlingly funny mockumentary goes looking for America.
A local music fan starts Broke & Hungry Records, Matador Records gets its videogame on and the debut of "Yo! RFT Raps"
Tony La Russa loves So Taguchi; Kevin McGowan hates Twain. And as for Unreal? Well, we're pretty darn fond of Budweiser slogans and a rather imaginative local blogger.
Thursday, May 19; the Hi-Pointe (1001 McCausland Avenue)
We check out some "important" songs, mourn ODB and read some, um, crap
Ideas that were forgotten but not gone in 2003
Part Disney, part Barnum, the man who saved comics is all Stan Lee
Week of October 30, 2002
Week of June 12, 2002
When girls started going wild, Playboy Video stopped playing mild
You can get more than makeup at Neiman Marcus
With clipped wings, Charlie's Angels fly way too low to the ground