A gem of an astrology book, largely undiscovered.
Acadian history is compelling stuff. Or, rather, it could be.
Six linked stories by Emily Jenkins, and illustrated by Caldecott winning Paul O. Zelinsky that showcase three extraordinary friends.
Bridging the gap to a severely austic mind.
A thrilling and well written dark fantasy with a touch of murder.
France gave us Impressionism, the Statue of Liberty, and the freestanding street pissoire where you can take a private leak in public.
An astounding collection of writings on the Zapatista rebellion by some of the world's foremost writers, poets and journalists.
If you're familiar with the Bible, Keene has rewritten The Book of John, Chapter 11, with a new twist...
A mysterious Gothic YA novel set in an out of the way house in the country filled with intrigue and the darkest of secrets.
"Old skool Palm Pilot - a felt marker on the back of your hand" - Scott Tinley
A quick look at recent comic books: Marvel Comics reviews.
Bugs. Parasites. Jungle fowl! Oh My!
Macy Gray is surely the greatest R&B female artist of her generation, and all hail Ego Plum and The Rat King.
Pop legend still has it after 40 years in the business.
Nothing can prepare you for the breathtaking journey you're about to embark on. Relax. Enjoy. Let go.
Yahoo to increase email account size, new Tegan and Sarah and employers check out their employees in today's update.
"The greatest Rock and Roll ever came from songs like these."
On Wish, Dewey Redman's son earns his degree in Ornette-thology.
Jazz singer and musician Luciana Souza talks with Ann Hagman Cardinal about her upcoming tour, her music, her inspirations.
Fountains of Wayne and Ted Leo & The Pharmacists prove there's life in the old medium yet.
We need divine intervention to stop Gwen from recording "music."
The film falters because it couldn't decide if it was about a bank heist or a character study.
Mr. and Mrs. Criswell band together to give a she says/he says look at the 2003 low budget flick, Cheerleader Massacre.
A fascinating, penetrating look at the most influential generation of all.
I’ve decided to recap American Idol week to week and grade the singers on a sliding scale of how much I wanted to, or did, TiVo-bloop through the song.
An exuberant adventure for the whole family...
Sometimes, it's the B+ horror movies that can be lots of fun to watch.
“Hi, I’m a nice policeman. My name is Jack.”
Lots of good stuff on your DVD plate for March 27, 2007...
Who cares what Simon Cowell has to say about you?
When Sanjaya came out with that hair I thought, "He's bananas! B-A-N-A-N-A-S!!"
Airport woes filled most of the episode, but the ChaChas took time to buy some fruit.
A solid thriller, involving and exciting - just what I hoped for.
My crystal ball says this movie is a car wreck. Take an alternate route.
A movie that delivers on all fronts and delivers a message in the rough, to boot.
Call her cute and you might get drilled in the face.
This series should not be slept on.
Nintendo surprises everyone this week! Plus, when will we get the full Opera browser?
The Canadian Government should apologize for cultural genocide against Native Canadians.
How an ex-con purports to lead a crusade to save America.
Britain struck down slavery 200 years ago, but the global battle for human rights rages on.
You can now see through the eyes of a photographer and learn the techniques that will elevate your skills to the next level.
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Suss sticks his foot in his mouth and talks sports while Ken talks gaming.
This is the ultimate chocolate lover's answer to quality chocolate.
TasteTV's new program reporting on top picks in taste, style, design, food, wine, travel, cooking, and chocolate. This one has Paul Prudhomme and Vivienne Westwood.