George Lucas cites this 1958 black and white film as an inspiration for Star Wars, but it is a far better film that that.
The vision starts out as two-dimensional character and as Raines learns more about her she develops more layers.
I laughed my ass off.
American low-brow cinema at its pinnacle.
Is the road to infamy paved with bad intentions? Apparently here in New York, some of the roads are paved with something else.
Staged raids of US-funded Iraq businessmen keep the insurgents at bay. For now.
I love singles just as much as anybody. But today's music delivery system of choice is turning art into mere commodity.
The flute is a heavy metal instrument.
The last truly great Master P album.
"A lot of people try to box us into a genre and we really don't like that."
Be careful where you listen to it, you may find yourself dancing down the street instead of walking.
Before Buckingham and Nicks, there was Peter Green. And Danny Kirwan. And Bob Welch. And before Rumours, they made some great records.
The first Arkansas band to be featured in this new column of mine, Starroy sets the bar damn high for any and all band that would follow after them.
More of that nostalgia for the No Limit fan in all of us.
This soundtrack is an eclectic mix of tunes.
It's hilarious when non-tech-savvy journalists wade into those electronics weeds.
Luis J. Rodriguez takes us on a tour of the little known world of the gritty steel mills in South Central Los Angeles.
Equally fascinating and uplifting, and the most attractive parts of the book, are Burke's accounts of his meeting with many people over the years.
The human brain can change, rewiring itself.
"It's Black Friday and for certain people it's a day that never ends. They carry it with them all the time. Like typhoid carriers..."
Johnny Diaz is breaking ground with chico lit. Move over Candace, Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda.
What makes all three of these tales wonderful is Mr. Mahfouz's abilities to spin a story.
Great advice for authors on making the most out of the usual resources.
mental_floss question of the day.
Emo Phillips is simply a joy to watch. I would not hesitate to introduce anyone to his humor.
Despite a title that threatens some kind of urban 'Hee-Haw,' Charles Randolph-Wright's adaptation of Craig Marberry's book is serious entertainment.