New York City's indy retro rock-'n'-loungers release their second set of spiffy retro pop tunes.
Loud, aggressive, and satisfying. Yup, Queens of the Stone Age are back.
Technical punk rockers Strung Out release their seventh full-length under Fat Wreck Chords.
...in rare cases, both the song and its subject matter can be a guilty pleasure.
It's genuine roots country, in the style of legends, but honest, pure, and original.
The Golden Years 1962 - 1978 is an entertaining DVD for the Dylan fan and those who are interested in the musical history.
Finally – the two discs by the late great Traveling Wilburys super-group return to print, in a new collection by Rhino Records.
Collectors beware - "bonus tracks" and limited editions are in this week.
Kate talks with frontman Kenny Vasoli of the Philadelphia based power pop-rock band The Starting Line.
Bring on the ambient weirdness!
Michael Brecker goes out Warren Zevon style.
Donnie is such an artist who has eschewed the overly commercial and the common to become a voice and standard of the people.
So realistic-looking, you'd swear you can play it.
Anger and revenge never sounded so good.
You can try and stop them, but they're going to love.
Great puzzle game that will keep brains buzzing for hours with countless challenges and networking options.
Infernal looks great, but it is very repetitive… and sometimes crashes.
Although black on white homicide occurs at double the rate of white on black homicide, the latter has more chance of press coverage.
The potential mischief in allowing judges to rewrite the law at will is grave.
And laws aren't just for the poor.
A fascinating look into the history of the legal battles surrounding the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.
Truly a lesson on seeing. On finding the creative person in yourself and letting it loose.
A chick lit mystery that's not really chick lit or (just) a mystery. Which is why it's so awesome.
Darker than Lord of the Rings and more mature than The Hobbit.
An incandescent, beautiful, and moving novel by reknowned Chicana poetess and writer Ana Castillo.
There are a lot of great characters in The Sleeping Beauty Proposal, the kind you wished you had for friends.
An intelligent adventure sure to delight readers of all ages, but especially young adults.
Bill Craig spins a rip-roaring adventure story worthy of the old pulps.
Rachel Johnson brings Notting Hill to life in this chick-lit novel about the upper crust of British society.
A haunting and intensely emotional tale of a poverty-stricken girl dealing with pregnancy, alcoholism, and life in general.
Internet marketing is a long-term commitment between you and your online customer base.
A mediocre weekend, cinema-goer burnout?
The American version of The Office has taken off, and it's partly thanks to the web.
The good, bad, and ugly of the week's releases.
mental_floss fact of the day.
Steven Soderbergh’s third entry into the Ocean’s canon marks a return to both the form of the original film and its Las Vegas setting.
I was shocked by the ending, and when the screen turned black, I thought for a second that our DVR was malfunctioning.
The return of The Hustler is a timely reminder of Paul Newman's power.
The international awards also named Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip and Eastenders as top of their categories.
An interesting look at a dangerous, lonely and very, very cold job.
China, Deadwood, music, railroads, and, of course, sex in this month's batch of DVD releases.
Did Tony die after the credits rolled? Maybe, maybe not.
Jon and Ponch patrol the California Highway of the late 1970s in CHiPs.
Watch this video to discover how to score the ultimate luxury accessories without forfeiting your rent.
Go behind at New York's newest hotspot Dennis Foy and dine like a king...