Smashing into other cars and sending drivers flying through the air? Road rage never felt so good!
Virtual anglers - your game has arrived.
It’s still the same old party. Does it matter?
With A Year In The Wilderness, X-man John Doe proves that he hasn't outstayed his welcome.
Charlotte based The Fire The Flood catches your attention with solid ear-pounding guitars all around. Alas, the vocals fall somewhat short.
Pretty good progressive, gothic, rock.
Fred Katz is one of the true artistic giants of the twentieth century.
T-Mobile's new service, Weezer and Amy Winehouse round out today's music and tech news update.
Two stunning straight-ahead jazz performances, one from the most controversial group in jazz today.
What is so funny about Peace Love and Understanding? Not a blessed thing.
Post Hardcore gang Silverstein is back with an all new album, Arrivals And Departures
A list of top five worst songs to have stuck in your head, ear worms that no amount of digging with a Q-tip will remove.
Mocean Worker takes a DJ's approach to big band swing and jazz music, where a retro appeal is very much intentional.
Kenny Garrett Quartet blew the roof off but Herbie Hancock disappointed with not enough bop, too much funk/pop.
If you want a taste of what real blues are made of you need to look no father than The Wheelman.
Ray Cash delivers, true to the name of his debut, and presents an album enjoyable to all
Ska music played as it should be played by people who know what they're doing.
Pink Martini totally captivated the Winnipeg audience with their mini-orchestra with Latin beats, old film ballads and modern, funny pop songs.
These guys work hard, love what they do, and it show on stage night after night.
Take heed, Malkin! You too, Rush! Your McCarthy Moments are on the way.
Dr. Paul. Are you now or have you ever been in favor of a constitutional convention?
If you think President Bush is a Nazi, then you MUST think Clinton is, too.
America isn't sick of partisanship. What it's really sick of is doublethink.
Kassam rockets rain down on a small Israeli town--one family remembers a dead teenager
Vote for the lesser of two evils and you still get evil and you deserve it too.
People who like high speed wireless Internet and QUERTY thumboards may want to take caution before investing in the iPhone.
One more week, five more pounds lost. Here's the beginning of "How."
The Kill Point, part Robin Hood, part Joan of Arc, infuses quintessential cops and robbers with a political morality play.
Runway models, lesbian kisses, and wrinkled prunes.
Have you ever wanted to be the Sole Survivor?
The show was a lot better this week...
... but it's not quite there yet.
I'd like to take you back in time to a simpler era. A time when Ben Affleck was considered a matinee idol...
Excellent supernatural thriller.
Jax and Carly say goodbye; Liz makes love to Lucky, dreams of Jason.
Angelina's latest box office flop raises questions about her future marketability.
Well done, gripping, and the characters really pull you in.
For fans of Hong Kong cinema it is a very special treat.
The names of wrestlers whose deaths are believed related to the use of steroids reads almost like a second WWE Hall of Fame.
The newest sport to hit Manhattan: Brewskee Ball.
Watch this video to visit 10 Degrees, a vintage wine bar in the heart of New York's East Village.
Watch this video to discover The House, a cozy and intimate restaurant and wine bar in Gramercy Park.
Modern and traditional design aspects converge in Blend Creation's new line of jewelry.
"I'm pulling my damn hair out..."
Godot-style existentialism? Check. Gross-out humor? Check. Irony? Check.
Professional wrestling shouldn’t be treated as a real sport, especially by the sports media, and Benoit is nothing but a murderer.
A former Disneyland Submarine Voyage captain reviews the newly reopened and rebuilt ride.
Mary Castillo, a hot new Latina novelist shakes things up with her newest title.
For a movie in your mind check this out.
In her newest novel Walker tackles issues such as self-esteem and plus-size status.
Not bad but not great. I would wait for the paperback to come out.
If you’re looking for a way to increase your creativity, this may just be what you’ve been searching for.
Chuck Palahniuk still has surprises up his sleeve.
Film critic Roger Ebert skewers more than 170 films in this collection of reviews.
If you work with Access then this is the type of book you need to keep handy.
"Time is on our side. Lehane and Connelly and Pelecanos and some others will live long enough to be accepted as modern masters."
"We'd like to believe that Democrats will read our book with an open mind and ask themselves if they really want these crooks representing them."
Feldman makes clear that framing has been used as far back as Revolutionary War times, and likely longer than that.
Will Skulduggery get revenge on his arch nemesis? Is magic all it’s cracked up to be?