The story of the father of combat TV as told by female wrestlers, punk rockers and a furniture-throwing pacifist
Paul Thomas Anderson talks 70mm, Joaquin Phoenix, and researching Scientology for his sixth and most anticipated film
Like vampires, old bands are best left buried deep in the earth, secure in their lead coffins and unable to drain vitality from unsuspecting new victims. Either because their most desperate fans demand it or because their mortgage notes are past due, the rock bands of yore keep punching thro ... More >>
Jeff SmithJeff Smith is best known for his seminal all-ages work Bone, a series he worked on for about 13 years and 55 issues. Readers still flock to Bone in its collected editions, and it's cemented Smith's reputation as one of the most creative talents in comics. Unfortunately, Bone has ov ... More >>
The folks behind Beverly Hills-based concert promoters Live Nation have been promoting the heck out of themselves lately, with the company unleashing a variety of P.T. Barnum-esque stunts to drum up attention for their events in this flagging economy.
Sickos pill goes down easy, but its diagnosis of U.S. health care still devastates
Building the perfect beast at the Black Box Theatre
Dem boss ready for GOP 'bastards'
Is a rodeo mafia covering up evidence of animal abuse in California?
Stryper cum parousia apologia (rock on!)
A long and harrowing account of how and where the artist grew up
A film by Greg Stacy
Conductors! Rock Stars! Restaurateurs! Poets!