In 2013, these six stories quenched the general public's insatiable thirst for misplaced outrage more than any others.
It's true: Some of the biggest names in music history almost never had a chance to shine.
Here are a few tricks I've picked up as a result of spending the past couple of years as the primary bread cooker in the house.
It's December, which means fans should brace themselves for an onslaught of lists of the best and worst things of the year that has almost passed.
There's at least one person in every Secret Santa program who clearly just gives out random crap they have laying around the house.
What is it that compels some people to take a less than favorable stance on the public service that police provide? It probably has something to do with stories like these.
If last week's column taught me anything, it's that no one is reading this.
I listened to a lot of bad music to bring you this list.
Here are some less traditional outlets to fulfill your yearly quota of scares.
The four singers on this list, as unspeakably talented as they all may be, have long rap sheets for offenses related to the crime of storming off in a huff when things onstage start going awry.