Cullum needs to get back to taking more chances with his material and really pushing out those stuffy boundaries of jazz.
I think Millard Fillmore was president when last Stevie Wonder managed to put out an album.
DJ Eurok is one of Washington, DC's most prolific DJ's.
A fine new album from one of reggae's deepest and greatest icons.
A "difficult" concept album from a Bay-Area outside music collective. If by "difficult" you mean enthusiastically awful.
Rebecca Pronsky is a new and exciting vocalist who bears watching.
...items long gone out of fashion will slide back into the spotlight.
Bob Brozman helps capture Papua New Guinean stringbands who have seen their city destroyed by volcano twice this century.
These guys still around? Yes, apparently, and they've just put out a new single...barely.
The pattern: established band + experimental guitarist = pure rawk fury! Here are just a few pairings...
Alicia Keys lectures men on how to treat women in the clunky "A Woman's Worth."
Two discs of great music from the film that provides a portal to Scorsese's past
Arlo Guthrie works to ensure the connection between people and their music remains unbroken.
A crucial portrait of the jihadist movement and the critical rupture that put America in the crosshairs.
The publisher advises, "Please be warned. This collection is a great deal of misfortune."
Ehrenreich is funny, witty, sarcastic, informative, and has good intentions, but her book fails to hit the mark.
David Eddings' sequel to The Belgariad is collected in a two-volume trade paperback.
Paul Levine's latest novel is a romantic comedy masquerading as a legal thriller.
Hurricane Wilma looks likely to strengthen, then hit SW Florida this weekend...
A recent study from The Lancet found dangers when people with drug coated stents stop taking blood thinners - death.
I've been resisting jumping on the Bashing Bandwagon, but... well... a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do.
A fascinating look at the story the mainstream media can’t seem to see.
A suitably crazy story about a giant bunny munching through a fictional part of somewhere oop north.
Sylvester Stallone will reprise his role. A sneak preview of what to expect...
Here's your chance to win movie-related swag or attend a pre-release screening
An Emmy, a Peabody, Stone Phillips, and Chewbacca... what more do you need?
Please submit your own!
Pujols gives Houston a problem, one measly out from a World Series invitation. On with the NLCS!
I believe that lower Manhattan is the proper place for the remains of those lost.
Air America has been sued by defense contractor and alleged Abu Ghraib torture-accomplice CACI International for defamation.
Blogcritics reader Haluk Direskeneli pointed out that some of Aşkın's artifacts collection was damaged in the seizure following his arrest.
Banned ads falsely offered to provide free prescriptions to low-income consumers.
A lot of parents see their kids as sexually innocent, no matter how unlikely that may be.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 18, 2005
An accidental 40 minutes of comedic fun. Go ahead and listen and don't pee your pants.
The quest for the perfect disc golf basket for my home course begins.
Another bureaucracy fails, pretty Evelyn Miller is dead. Also, Good Samaritan-NOT! Chicago murders, Stabbed groom.
With apologies to Mad Magazine...
Please, please, PLEASE let Fitzpatrick release his findings! I want to watch liberals faces when nothing happens!
Every “liberal” media network allowed itself to be used as the right wing’s mouthpiece to pass blatantly false information.
... and you probably don't even know it.
Corddry understands that Thursday's events were merely the latest episode in the drama he loves, The White House.