William F. Buckley Jr., addressing the issue of complaining in 1961, wrote: "When our voices are finally mute, when we have finally suppressed the natural instinct to complain, whether the vexation is trivial or grave, we shall have become automatons, incapable of feeling." How apt his words are for Joan Rivers, a woman whose complaints are trivial and whose body is almost in the grave.
No one asked for it. But it's here anyway. And it's a riot.
Hip-hop is making itself heard _ and seen _ at the Sundance Film Festival.
Jimmy Castor, a New York funk and soul saxophonist, singer and songwriter whose tune, "It's Just Begun," morphed over 40 years into an anthem for generations of hip-hoppers and mainstream musical acts, died of apparent heart failure in a Las Vegas hospital, family members said Tuesday. He was 71.
For the 26th year running, Santa and his retinue — elves, reindeer, the Grinch, Frosty — will do water sports on the Potomac River. Yes, water sports.
Every facet of the silver and black came together one last time to honor Raider Nation's late king, Al Davis.
Detroit officials who were backstage at a concert featuring hip-hop stars Dr. Dre and Eminem had no right to privacy when they confronted organizers in a videotaped exchange that turned up in a DVD, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled in a decision released Saturday.