I didn't hate it, it's not a total waste of time, but it wastes too much time.
How I Met Your Mother and 24 show how high, and low, shows can go.
Horror and baseball dominate the list.
A disappointing transfer saved by intense audio and a great action flick.
Blakeney Rowe, a charming wild child from Alabama, became most noted for her intoxicated antics
Grindhouse grinds down, Ferrell skates to the gold.
I won't lie to you, folks. It's a slow week.
The Reaping might be a mess, but it shows how religion could be used in thrillers the way it was in the horror heydey of the '70s.
With plenty of blood and action, Grindhouse is a gore lover's dream for sure.
It's better to retain the freedom to put our foot in our mouth than to render us all silent.
The Year of Magical Thinking is only the middle of the story. Even Vanessa Redgrave can't fight that one.
"Words Without Borders" is an example of how to celebrate the diversity of the world.
Forget about the play. Go see Alfred Molina.
A young writer reveals an old soul in her existential detective story about gumshoes, tramping, and the footloose gene.
Everyone is different, and there is no one right time or place for everyone to write.
I have never walked away from a Globe production disappointed. Their newest production of Shakespeare’s The Tempest keeps that streak alive.
The style here is what the masses would come to know as the Depeche Mode sound.
A quiet follow-up to the amazing Marbles.
Blogging code of conduct, Live Earth and Fall Out Boy in today's update.
A celebration of top jazz musicians coming together and sharing the spotlight with a generous leader.
A new face on the local rock scene
Exploring some different roots -- authentic Chicago blues from the Queen, or Latino rock-n-roll covers from a pack of masked surf-guitarists
No Easter-themed entries in this week's The Listening Room
Destroy All Rational Thought Part Two - Directors Joe Ambrose and Frank Rynne interviewed by Paul H.
Marrying dance beats to a rock ethic, LCD Soundsystem's fierce, funny and thoughtful second album is one of the year's best.
Machine Head has outdone themselves with their latest release.
The Campaign Manager by Catherine Shaw is the how-to handbook for this season's local candidates and ballot issues.
Don Imus and Al Sharpton mirror one another.
Now you can type and game at the same time. Just like on a PC! Hooray!
mental_floss question of the day.
For those with a history of getting on and off the fitness merry-go-round, here are 14 secrets to staying on track.
If you are wanting to get up to speed on Lightroom, there is no more entertaining way than with The Lightroom Book
Newsom has created a beautiful homage to three remarkable people and an equally beautiful landscape.
"The best part is that the books (my ‘literary children’) are enjoyed and valued by so many readers."
A gripping tale, set in Mexico City, of a young woman's self-discovery and self-deceit.
A page-turning romantic fantasy with erotic elements.
Let's not make too much of the Islanders winning on the last day in a shoot out to make the playoffs. Rather, let's question the notion of free points for losses.