Christina brings back 90s hip-hop and r&b, and infuses some soul into today's pop grooves on the Grammy-bound album.
Solo album from Sixpence None the Richer's frontwoman.
A wall of sound of guitar and a female vocalist who can seduce and scare you at the same time.
Now that the Pulse DVD has finally arrived, was it worth the wait? Of course it was.
Best bootleg ever.
I was after all a conservative Midwesterner and had a built-in aversion to all that kooky West Coast stuff.
Forget that silly TV show American Idol; a real music idol exists in the form of Joe Bonamassa.
One of the best PPVs this year, plus an extra that's worth the cover price by itself.
A relentless descent into grueling horror awaits.
King of nothing and a lost world you don't want to visit.
Who won the Power of Veto? What's new in the house that you may not see on television until Tuesday night? Caution - spoilers abound!
Spike Lee's sharp cop drama is turns out to be quite the clever thriller.
The nanny has developed quite a crush.
Holy freakin' cow, that was intense!
Seth Godin, in his inimitable style, writes on the new drivers for entrepreneurial success.
Take a road trip to find out just what that Buddha guy was all about.
A twisted collection of unique moments.
A highly personal but intellectually sophisticated account from a 50-year-old woman that might be read as a manifesto for sex-positive, even body-positive, feminism.
Readers will find themselves feeling the pain, experiencing the frustration, and reveling in the spirit of possibilities.
Not just about war; but also love, courage, trust, growing up, growing old and the wisdom one gains during life’s battles.
"Much of the book is about the loss of solidarity, or community, in America, and how that leads to other regrettable things."
Tirman understands America deserves some blame for what it has done in this world. But he also gives credit where credit is due.
Read these books for the story and the adventure and...for gaining an understanding of human behaviour and making a new friend
Because WGA deserves all the criticism it gets.
A Pakistani writer looks at the changing face of the girl geek in his country.
Language and cultural differences point to the need for an "Interpreter of Maladies": misunderstandings can spell death in an emergency.
The company has not taken (so far), the "throw money and grab that share/space" approach.
It’s all hell you know, damned if you do, damned if you don’t.
Why can't MVP candidate Justin Morneau get any love?
Jenson Button wins his first Formula 1 GP!
As Hizbullah fanatically tries to hold their ground in southern Lebanon while being slaughtered by the IDF, Israel's "defeat" is being spun unmercifully.
Mel Gibson has an anti-Semitic agenda after all.
...the climate will continue to change and we'll be living in a desert but worse.
What to look forward to when greed overpowers common sense.
I have no confidence in my abilities to even keep someone as good as he is.
The whining, pathetic, excuse-laden children seen so often today have only their mothers to blame.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for August 06, 2006
It is a rare artist whose life truly becomes her art.