Veteran artists bring war stories home.
A giant catapult used to launch pot into Arizona from Mexico has been discovered and seized, which is a major bummer. Because...it's a giant drug catapult! The Mexican Army located it after U.S. National Guard troops noticed it on surveillance video. It's apparently 9 feet tall and can launch 4 1/2 ... More >>
The Wooster Group heads back out to sea
The USS New York, a U.S. Navy vessel partly built with steel from the ruins of the World Trade Center, has begun its voyage from Louisiana to its namesake city. The ship's name was authorized at the suggestion of then-Governor George Pataki in 2002 to honor victims of and responders to the 9 ... More >>
We're not sure why that is, but we think it has to do with a lack of faith. Hipsterville may be the worst possible place for homemade palm-reading, arts 'n' crafts, and sustainable energy tables. (Last week's Renegade Craft Fair in the Park, on the other hand, did great because it had the essenti ... More >>
Barring any major developments, I promise this is the last Sex and the City tabloid tidbit for the week. Not content with the Post's lock on the "disappointed fashionistas who dropped a ton of dough to come to the premiere only to be turned away" beat, the Daily News showcases two young women from B ... More >>
Broomfield and his actors use both hearts and minds in this sympathetic re-creation of the Haditha massacre
Documentary examines the Catholic Church's history of anti-Semitism
A former prisoner describes the foul essence of the Bush presidency
Columbia students among those proselytized at a screwy Colorado confab
Her sticky issue: Is she or is she not running for president in 2008?
Stretched thinand past the breaking pointwith jittery Guard troops and reservists in Iraq
With Tennessee troops in eastern Iraq, in the eye of new potential storms
Date-Rape Case Shows Air Force Troubles Reach Beyond Academy Gates