Check Out Inertia by Montrose

I just got an email about a friend-of-a-friend’s new CD. It’s by a musician out of Dallas, TX., called Montrose. I just listened to samples from the CD on his site and I was impressed with what I heard. Go check him out. Here’s a pretty good description of the CD from CD Baby: The… Continue reading Check Out Inertia by Montrose

Categorized as Music

Check Out ‘Trading Spouses’

I caught the encore presentation of the first episode of Fox’s new show ‘Trading Spouses‘ last night and I’m hooked. Here’s a little bit about the first ‘trade’ (via Culture Critic Seeks Home) As a budding anthropologist, I could not help but read this as an unabashed look at race and class in America. A… Continue reading Check Out ‘Trading Spouses’

Categorized as TV

Halle, Halle, Halle…

I’ve been a fool. For years I’ve been saying that Halle Berry was pretty, beautiful, fine, cold-blooded, fire as hell (as my old college roommate would say), etc., but that despite all of that she had little sex appeal. My trip to my mailbox to get the latest issue of GQ just now has made… Continue reading Halle, Halle, Halle…

Speaking of Documentaries…

A friend of mine just recommended ‘The Corporation‘.to me. After seeing the trailer its definitely on my list. Here’s what it’s about: One hundred and fifty years ago, the corporation was a relatively insignificant entity. Today, it is a vivid, dramatic and pervasive presence in all our lives. Like the Church, the Monarchy and the… Continue reading Speaking of Documentaries…

‘Fahrenheit’ Sets Record for Documentaries

‘Fahrenheit 9/11‘ just broke the $100 million mark, setting a new record for a documentary. I just heard a report on CNN’s ‘The Biz’ which said that Michael Moore pointed out that ‘Fahrenheit’ has now made more than any Disney release this year. I wonder how Michael Eisner is feeling about refusing to distribute ‘Fahrenheit’… Continue reading ‘Fahrenheit’ Sets Record for Documentaries