The astonishing first Doors album still doesn't get the respect it deserves.
Marvel Comics' "Master of the Mystic Arts" gets an archival reprint.
Peter Hamilton's brief but radical departure from intergalactics to a near future on one planet turns rejuvenation treatment and family life upside down. It may disappoint many a fan of his space epics.
Agatha Christie wrote mysteries for the masses. Intentionally or not, they all had political and philosophical undertones.
Surprised that no one else has picked up on this. The UK Guardian published its Top 100 Novels of All Time list.
I offered the old man a ride to Trader Joe's to buy some tofu. "Nope, I can't cross a picket line," he said. I tried to explain that Trader Joe's was non-union. "Nope. I can't do it." So, I stated the obvious. "But you've got to eat." He shook his head and said, "I've got plenty of food in the house."
So do you think Rush Limbaugh will be sharing a federal prison cell with Tommy Chong anytime soon? Not bloody likely
The Who's classic 1970s midnight movie finally arrives on DVD--and its best moments are a knockout.
What's scarier ... a TV report on the state collecting personal data on everybody ... or what is shown during the TV report itself?
MTV's reality show, MADE, helps people achieve their ambitions, but berates them mercilessly throughout. If you want to succeed in something in life, don't ask MTV for "help".
Something strange is happening to the internet right now...
An ex-worker in the slaughterhouse recounts his experiences of chicken factory farming.