Mother Nature Fights BackAs noted earlier on this page, San Francisco today launches a large-scale test of a new parking system whereby pavement-embedded sensors communicate with each other, a central computer, and parking meters in order to be able to raise prices when empty spaces become scarce ... More >>
San Diego's Comic-Con has easily become the pop culture lodestar of this generation and 2009's panel line up will not disappoint the nerd pilgrims who've made the long journey to Southern California's geek mecca. Below you'll find our list of 10 panels that should not be missed by any self-respectin ... More >>
Thackeray (of whom I've read, well, not much, but I have seen movies based on Becky Sharp and The Luck of Barry Lyndon, and I have a subscription to Vanity Fair!) once said "Next to eating good dinners, a healthy man with a benevolent turn of mind, must like, I think, to read about them."To which I ... More >>
Winslet and DiCaprio awake to the nightmare on Revolutionary Road.
Summer '08: Batman saved the season, while a little Sex went a long way and the indies went south.
That old 'last man on Earth' setup? It really works.
Peter Jackson spares no expense for a Kong that's just too long
Robert Rodriguez and his kids conjure up a charming 3-D fantasy
An embittered gay teen creates a Thanksgiving to remember in Ethan Mao
Could it be that this year's crop of summer movies actually requires a brain cell or two?
DVDs pull back the curtain on the movies, but do you really want to see the Wizard?
Eyes Wide Shut and Stonewall
A neo-noir, an Ur-neo-noir, and a black political satire color a pallid year of retreads, bogus events, and charity cases.
Hong Kong's Wong Kar-Wai talks about gay love, straight actors, and his moody new film Happy Together