This is a rare occasion indeed. I am stumped as to what category to put the self-titled Petra Haden and Bill Frisell album.
Nat Adderley’s Work Song available in Super Audio Hybrid
The unintended consequence of making torture a liberal political issue is that it legitimizes a conservative backlash that actually approves of torture and looks at criticism of Gonzales as a sinister leftist plot.
Conservatives love Mel Gibson. Too bad the feeling isn't mutual.
What is tangible are the insinuations and outright scolding heaped on various nations and entertainment and sports superstars who haven't ponied up what is perceived to be an adequate amount. Those assertions crackle, are real, are something we can really associate with.
Do teachers unions want to make sure that inner city ethnic students remain in an educational ghetto forever?
Billed as the first book to cover the complete history of Genesis, Thompson’s book is probably the most comprehensive.
Pern is back. For the dragon-addicted, Anne McCaffrey and her son Todd have brought us news of the dragon's kin, the watch-wher.
Sadi Ranson-Polizzotti digs into one of the most memorable roles of Audrey Hepburn...
In biopics romance almost always wins the battle with reality.
Revisiting a classic slice of drive-in vampire chopsocky. . .
A documentary look at one of the best-known fantasy illustrators of the 20th Century. . .
It's just like The Silence of the Lambs with aliens, only without aliens.
Lone-assassin? Ten grand says it was...