Wrapping up the Super Bowl, Jim Plunkett, Wii, GlossLip, BC of the Month, and The Listening Room on this week's BCRadio Podcast.
What will get young audiences through the doors? On this evidence, pure, unadulterated, unpretentious fun.
Hi Elsa, I was with my boyfriend for eight years and devoted myself to him.
What's not to love about a game in which you can watch tight ends to your heart's content?
The abandonment of Europe's churches points to a world between faiths and speculations about the next generation of Eternal Truth.
How should younger African-Americans follow Lovie's and Tony's example?
Meet one of BC Magazine's preeminent music writers...
I'm putting my music collection on shuffle and talking about Built To Spill, Dave Matthews, Tori Amos, Ryan Adams, and Harry Connick, Jr.
"They" don't make records like this any more: J.B. Beverley does.
After weeks of rumors, a Van Halen reunion tour is now official.
What was once sharp and menacing has become a frantic, schizophrenic beast that beats its head off the wall in one last act of paranoid madness.
if you go into his world once, you may find yourself drawn back in again and again
No it's not a side project from Def Leppard but it does feature rock and roll illuminaries...
The brand new BC Mag. series that tells you what we're listening to. This week, it's Pulp, Norah Jones, VU, and more...
It's as much about the electronic technology as it is the tribal drums and haunting vocal offerings.
A fair summation of Peterson's phenomenal talent.
It is like a down-home cooked meal, the real deal.
The goodie bag contains all sorts of digital treats for Blogcritics Magazine readers. Enjoy!
The legendary Brian Wilson is serenaded with his best songs by the very non-funky Red Hot Chili Peppers, and the surprisingly great Backstreet Boys.
Whether it's country, blues, rock, honky tonk or rasslin' the devil, David Childers and the Modern Don Juans deliver.
I've loved the old and now I love the new!
If you're a little new to the world of grassroots country music, you won't go down the wrong road with this...
The ultimate Dutch Football classic was played on Amsterdam soil.
Joy and sadness in a weekend of football in the Primera Division.
The Bears fate was sealed prior to Super Bowl 41.
Tony Dungy proved you don't have to holler to get through to your players.
Miami becomes Peyton’s Place, as the Colts thoroughly outclass the sloppy and undisciplined Bears.
The game, the shows, the commercials, it's all over
It's now Monday, and we live in a sports world where neither Peyton Manning nor Tony Dungy are playoff goats.
This week's downloadable classic titles headline this edition of the Round Up.
Safecracker provides hours of brain-teasing enjoyment for puzzle enthusiasts.
Japanese horror goes down home on the American Gothic farm in this scary treat.
If you’ve seen one episode of any reality TV program, you’ve seen them all. One is different because it’s real.
Half of Port Charles is held hostage while the other half waits and worries.
Though you may think it's a nice place for a potty break, this rest stop is definitely worth avoiding.
How the mighty have fallen.
This is the story of Hannibal Lecter's (Gaspard Ulliel) early years, based on the Thomas Harris book of the same title.
Jack's back and Grissom's gone.
When Aaron Sorkin sucks it’s like listening to a four-year-old tell a joke.
Drew Barrymore does the Body Fuzion Low Impact Workout.
Casey Criswell gets caught up with a handful of reviews.
Which was the worse performance: the Super Bowl commercials or Rex Grossman?
Is CBS's new comedy following the Rules or simply formulaic?
Missed some of the best films of last year? Here are some the top DVDs to watch out for this year.
Hollywoodland is a great little mystery tale masked as a classic fifties noir style "whodunit".
A Brazilian exploitation drug flick from the late sixties shows up as part of IFC's "Grindhouse" series.
The Beastmaster will steal your heart... and maybe your clothes.
Paul Verhoeven’s years in Hollywood were always either about action or about provocatively pretty women.
Acrobat's problems bring it under the spotlight.
Capture all the action on your desktop to video and share it with others.
The sublime sweetness of simplicity.
Make DVDs quickly and easily with DeVeDe.
mental_floss question of the day.
I'm a bit lost on how bloggers use StumbleUpon to drive traffic to individual stories.
Doctorow digs to the heart of the topic; he makes us think about the brain from which literature, humour and science emerge.
Evans is masterful at weaving a historical thread through her mysteries, with this being no exception.
The personal philosophy of a legendary coach who built character and success.
We're pretty sure the most intense tactilely sensual feelings that our heroine has experienced have centered around dust covers and leather book bindings.
A bright new bimonthly magazine for board game enthusiasts, covering oldies like chess and Scrabble as well as new games for children and adults.
New readers are better served to read one of the previous books to appreciate the unique twist to this series.
The fear and rhetoric about stamping out secret oath-bound foreign “murder societies” looks familiar, doesn’t it?
Sara Perry offers an array of fun, delightful, and wonderful ideas for Valentine's Day.
Why do people lie in online ads? "Because we're all insecure and because gaming the system is the American way."
The author probably had enough material to make his suspense novel believable. He simply didn’t use the material in a coherent, consistent, or convincing manner.
Molly Ivins passed away this last Wednesday, January 31. A loving fan pays tribute.