The release of his third novel and a college presidency is all in a day's work for Tom Greene.
A book worthy of the two men whose remarkable lives it chronicles.
It begins with a heist at a monastery and three hostage monks...
"There is no shortage of literature on what people think the Antichrist will look like and be like...I got the picture of George Clooney."
A little like the movie Brigadoon, only with a talking cat and owl.
A remarkable book looks at the parallel solo careers of the two ex-Beatles.
In 2011, we see a once-promising wide receiver trying to re-gain his step.
From 2011, we look at the wild success of Calvin Johnson, 2007 draftee.
If you've got some stolen diamonds on your hands, Lorenzo Lamas will break you out of prison.
Jerry Jax's voice sounds oh so familiar.
MeeVee's picks for this evening's viewing.
I'll take "TV Shows That Take Place in Ohio" for 100, Alex.
This Tuesday night, Nova shares how we can all, just maybe, be saved by the sun.
Painkiller Jane is still flipping out a little bit about discovering she's "a freak," which is a big part of this episode.
Hopkins vs Gosling, round one.
No spoilers here. Dammit.
"JUST a bit outside."
Here come the fuzz!
A highly effective entry in the horror thriller genre.
New NIN, same old song.
The Mad Caddies keep it going with their latest release.
Piano transcriptions of Nick Drake! For people who like this sort of thing.
More Metal and hard rock reviews in Marty's Musical Meltdown.
Cat Empire's new CD is a great party album for summer 2007.
A little dark, a little sad but easy to listen to. The more I listen to it the more I love it.
Same old, same old - wait, what's that Japanese game doing on the list?
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
It's all fun and games until someone drives through a wall.
Go behind the scenes at Jeffrey Chodorow's newest restaurant, Wild Salmon.
In the wake of the Virginia Tech horror, many will ask Where Was God?
Dear Elsa, I am passing through an extremely rough patch in my life.
Cho’s video deserves to be aired because it gives insight into the person. It’s valuable for the millions of people who are asking the questions.
Moe Designs introduces a Hollywood starlet favorite, an evening wristlet that is both beautiful and practical.
The pursuit of beauty is risky business, indeed.
mental_floss question of the day.
We make decisions when we're backed into a corner and have no choice. We can choose and do before getting backed into a corner.
What's best for the media seems to be what is worst for society.
This author learns to adapt her New York City driving skills to Vermont's green mountains: moose and all.
The U.S. is setting the world's foreign policy agenda based only on its own interests.
The main reason why the politics of autism are so polarized is that nobody knows very much about autism.
How will the expansion of the black population into areas where they were once scarce affect culture and politics in those areas?
Not since Ravana, the ten-headed demon lord of Indian history, has a person presented more faces to the public at one time
We should not use extreme circumstances, real or imaginary, to make policy decisions or take ultimate stands on a complicated issues.