Injury news involving starting pitchers Millwood, Bedard, Schilling and Halladay.
Remembering soldiers on Memorial Day? Go back to Russia!
New stuff by Dave Brubeck, Robert Cray, Bruce Dickinson, Gorillaz; best-ofs from At the Drive-In, Son Volt, Screaming Trees
Shimmy, shimmy, shimmy along to The Ditty Bops -- contemporary music's best-kept secret. Flapper haircut, dress, and shoes required.
Rhino chronicles the low spark of Son Volt's best.
An invigorating jazz compilation fueled by the energetic sounds of spring.
As it was upon its original release, Howl Howl Gaff Gaff is a great album; the band should hurry up and go make another.
An engaging, energetic Legacy release of the classic sounds of Glenn Miller's Orchestra.
If you aren't giving it to them yet, then I question how "metal" you really are.
Overall, Fafara sounds better and his surrounding cast has really grown from their debut.
If you like good, old-fashioned power ballads, then THE BALLADS III is very much a release for you!
This is a surprisingly good collection, with the only notable missing song being “Hello America."
This tribute features some good talent and some excellent work from this talent.
This is a solid effort that leaves plenty of room to grow from.
If you always hated them, you might still like a few of the songs here. It's good, overall.
Boring, lethargic, and just a little bit off, LIVE IN JAPAN reminds you just why Quiet Riot quickly kissed and made up with Dubrow.
I couldn't wait to get this one, and now that it's here, it's not coming out of my car for the next six months.
Their sound was layered, textured, fairly sophisticated and intricate, but capable of reaching the central nervous system. Corgan's lyrics were angst-ridden almost to the point of ridiculous; this was actually a drawing card. Unlike most alternative-rock groups, they played the larger-than-life role of rock stars; they never came across as anti-hero in the Kurt Cobain sense.
The world famous hip hop DJs are set to release their new CD “Sway & King Tech presents Back 2 Basics” and the line up is bananas!
Sometimes you "discover" music that's not very recent and you wonder just how you missed it.
Is faith enough? Faith without knowledge still seems to leave the Prioress in a dark place where mercy falls on only those with her sort of faith, and Love does not conquer fear and longing.
Elmore Leonard's 40th novel is a Prohibition era battle between a "showoff" marshal and a wannabe criminal mastermind.
A somewhat paint-by-numbers epic fantasy shows flashes of creativity, but little more.
Are the Fuzzies sapient creatures (and thieves)? Or are they pests to be exterminated?
This movie is a fast moving popcorn film that is enjoyable for its faith to the original film, and the new twists and upgrades this film makes. Sandler plays his character well, he even looks like he beefed up for the part, Chris Rock is foul mouthed as usual, but the audience begins to empathize with his character. The audience will enjoy the numerous cameos that include Chris Berman for ESPN, Bill Goldberg and Stone Cold Steve Austin of wrestling lore, and the indefatigable Burt Reynolds, who plays an aged inmate who in a former life won the Heisman trophy.
As you watch this documentary, you will have one of two reactions, but you will get angry in either case. The first is if you believe that Same-Sex marriage is normal, you will get angry and not want any parents or school board members to see this film. If however, you believe in the sanctity of marriage, you will get angry and will want to show this film to as many parents and school board members as you can.
Was Carrie Underwood's win over true blue Bo Bice predestined -- or engineered?
The big finale is a big letdown.
Reality TV has made the "situation" famous, which is different from other pop culture phenomena, where the "individual" is famous.
Florida's beautiful Ft. De Soto Beach still allows you to see clear water, white sand. No wonder it's the No. 1 beach.