Depending on the Genesis camp to which you belong, A Trick of The Tail just may be their best album ever.
On his eight studio album, the Puerto Rican rapper leads reggaeton into mainstream hiphop and R&B.
A nice effort from a contemporary jazz artist at the top of his game, ably assisted by some sweet and soulful sounding ladies.
Atmospheric, ambient acoustic guitar music for the soul.
Quick, name a "sort-of jazz" CD that you own.
New MacBooks, The Rolling Stones stop traffic, and the Smashing Pumpkins secret gig in today's update.
The jazz world misses Frank Lowe but at least we have this document of the man's creative powers.
The third solo LP from the once and future Translator front man is a rousing set of guitar bash-pop.
One song for each menu item served to Paris Hilton on the first day of her jail sentence.
This is one busy week.
C'mon... Get HAPPY!
This disc inaugurates another Naxos series that should more than win over the fussiest of ragtimers.
Enrique Iglesias shows love to the gays.
This popular life-enhancing book is where medical science meets lust for food.
Saraf has turned a spotlight on Delhi and given her closeup.
"I think all good narration contains an element of mystery and suspense."
An opportunity to see the two sides of Viggo Mortensen's photography, the abstract and the realistic.
Bill Willingham's characters play politics when Arabian Fables arrive in New York with a WMD - Weapon of Magical Destruction.
Luis Rodriguez is building community one word at at time, one heart at a time, one life at a time.
Elsa, Tonight I was placed in the middle of my parent's dispute.
CBS’s decision was reached after a well organized protest that involved a reported petition of 110,000 electronic signatures... and 50,000 peanuts?
A highly innovative and politically charged concept, but it loses its way in execution.
Parker Lewis is a mass murderer?
Everybody's favourite underdog returns for one last bout...
Lulu fights back. Maxie schemes to hang on to her man.
A neglected Cold War and sci-fi thriller gets some due - if not from its studio, from this critic.
A superb piece of horror until it hits a generic rut near the end.
Richard Speck and a night of terror -- high atmosphere, less filling.
The groundbreaking show comes to DVD.
Worms is back and in 2-D. Yay!
Who said 2-D games were dead? Odin Sphere proves they're still alive and well.
Discover the best new restaurants in New York this week at Insieme, and Provence.
Tobacco has a place, even if that place is subtle, in all sorts of historical accounts.
Barry Bonds has been unfairly declared unworthy by baseball and the mainstream media, although he has never been indicted or suspended.
It's important to keep safety in mind whenever you tailgate for anything... a football game or the ballet.
For the Red Sox, one youngster surprises everyone, while a new, expensive veteran falls short of expectations.
The current list of probables for the 139th running of the Belmont.
mental_floss fact of the day.
Don’t expect any Presidential candidates to come up with any great ideas for healthcare reform… unless it helps their contributors.
The next prime minister in Britain appears more committed to civil liberties than Tony Blair. Appearances can be deceiving.
New media restrictions in Pakistan recall the bad old dictatorial days.
The "miracle" of the 1967 Israeli-Arab War has dissipated with time.
Or how a once noble ideology lost itself to tyranny.
War! Listening to the 7 a.m. news, I heard CBS Radio's Israel correspondent report that Israel Defense Forces had advanced into Egyptian territory.