The state of the USA Today? IT'S A DISASTER!!!

Or, at least, it is when they interview moi for a pleasant fluff piece about fan-created trailers. Annalee can have the NY Times. USA Today had color before it was cool.
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Superman Returns To Major Metropolitan Newspapers

It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... Superman's highest profile gig in a long time? Starting next month, the Man of Steel will take up residence at USA Today, appearing in a beautiful new weekly strip. » 6/15/09 2:25pm 6/15/09 2:25pm

Stephenie Meyer Was The Book Industry In The First Quarter

USA Today's newest quarterly best-selling books list is out, and those abstinence-loving vampires from Stephenie Meyer's Twilight books took the first four spots. But what was the best-selling proper science fiction book, you ask? Well… » 4/13/09 11:37am 4/13/09 11:37am

Tuguska Explosion: 100 Years Later, Still Unsolved

One hundred years ago today, June 30th, 1908, a great explosion rained Hell over Siberia, flattening 830 square miles of forest. Easily big enough to destroy a city, the 30-meter diameter space rock missed Moscow by about 4 hours. And it will happen again. But even as we track the objects headed our way in the next… » 6/30/08 2:00pm 6/30/08 2:00pm

USA Today Can't See The Sunshine

Claudia Puig over at USA Today gets it wrong, yet again. The film critic has posted an article called "Dark themes shine a beacon of light at the theater" which is supposed to be about how depressing flicks were big at the box office, but it quickly devolves into nothing more than a list of her best and worst of the… » 12/28/07 11:15am 12/28/07 11:15am