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With movie ticket sales down, Hollywood turns to gaming for a boost.
Wipe the nostalgia and memories clean, and you're not left with much.
Africa meets New Wave in the 1980 classic by Talking Heads, now remastered with bonus tracks and DVD extras.
Decently remastered with a few bonus tracks, but the main attraction is the songwriting and hijinks on Cheap Trick's last really good studio album.
Suffering from insomnia? Forget Ambien ... get ambient!
Eddie Vedder sings like his life depends on it, but there's only so much anyone could do with such a totally indistinguished composition.
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Goldfrapp are back with a sexy and seductive work of electronica.
On balance blackAcetate is a worthy addition to the Cale discography, an album that takes risks that more often than not pay off in spades.
Microsoft's new parental controls, Google seeks to say no to subpoena and Four Day Hombre in today's update.
Fretwell’s laid-back, folk-acoustic musical style is reminiscent of musicians like Bob Dylan.
A fantastic showcase of folk music from a country you may have never heard of
Ghostigital's In Cod We Trust doesn't deviate from Iceland's pop music tradition. It's weird stuff.
Zemog El Gallo Bueno blurs the lines between individual genres to deliver a unique and welcome musical adventure.
Fantama el Rey thinks "that what the world needs now is" this Cracker DVD.
Stephen picks the winner of the 2008 presidential race.
Sometimes you just love something so much that all you want to do is talk about it.
When watching this film, I can't help but wonder about how frightening that era must have been.
From holding our leaders' feet to the fire to the death of Slobo - why the show is great and worth your attention.
Liberals and conservatives square off in this intriguing and intelligent documentary.
Not as dirty as it sounds. Two women switch places for ten days. Each family grows. Not great drama. Interesting in a weird way.
13 signs you’re having a bad day.
This woman has gone too far, yet I still see something good in her.
What if you woke up one day and mobsters from the east coast were accusing you of being someone from their past?
What was up with Paula last night?
Who will be Donald Trump's next Apprentice? It won't be ______ because, "You're Fired!"
Fast forwarding through the plot: that's what the writers did with the season finale of Battlestar Galactica.
Given the pickings, this week's choice was obvious.
Ever wonder what goes on in a test screening? Well, wonder no more...
Port Charles has its share of love, deceit, mystery, and intrigue. But humor gets its turn in the spotlight too.
It's tense and enjoyable. It just makes no sense.
Racial progress or another failed experiment?
This week: two fantastic films from last year, and not a whole lot else.
So much for hopes that the animated version could capture the gritty edge of Marvel's new Avengers.
Be unafraid, be very unafraid! No longer does the Flat Tax cause terror in the minds of UK politicians and academics.
A colorful bimonthly about sustainable living: gardening, energy conservation, animal husbandry, ecology, home maintenance and more.
Is this book the Beijing version of Sex and the City?
The ecosystem of books and the art and craft of writing.
No, it's not Bill Gates. Can the ancient wisdom of King Solomon lead you to success, wealth, and happiness?
A man faces the secrets he hides even from himself in the face of a glittering apocalypse.
Needless to say, this is embarrassing, not only for Indian sport, but for Indian diplomacy as well.
"Sandwasher, What are you doing in Indianapolis?" “I’m in town to watch the Buckeyes, you dumba**.”
Korea -- not Japan or the U.S.A. -- could be kings of their pool. Also: Latin American teams are in a logjam.
The excerpt from Game of Shadows makes one thing clear: Greg Anderson ruined Barry Bonds’ career.
The legendary basketball coach of Temple University was a good man who did some outlandish things.
Parody is impossible, as evidenced by The Washington Post's health coverage. Which is why they've won the "Perplexification Award."
A new equilibrium must be established between supply and demand. I am afraid that New Orleans will no longer be an inexpensive place to live.
Stupid criminals, strange looking sex offenders, the weird text message case and Darryl Littlejohn's involvement with St. Guillen.
Clever reader wants to help the helper...
We've just become far more sophisticated in our choice of clubs. The grunting hasn't changed much at all.
As a "sketchy" neighborhood becomes more "hip" and "desirable," where do the current residents go? Aye, there's the rub.
Cate Blanchett live on the New York stage as Ibsen's gloom & doom anti-heroine Hedda Gabler.
In some ways in the US we’re already well on our way to emulating the “progress” abroad.
It is a simple word to say but it can be a very difficult question to ask.
How can you call Islam a religion of peace any more?
The press is already focused on the '08 election as a horse race. Why not examine issues instead of act like handicappers?
Problems arise. One of my bad habits is creeping into my eating routine again.