Charlie Musselwhite preaches the blues perhaps better than any other harp player out there today; "Church Is Out" is his gospel.
"Vanguard Visionaries" budget CD offers ten (eleven, really) classic tracks from the legendary folk quartet.
Snow Patrol is always a good choice.
South Dakota-based metalcore tries to bring the noise.
This real-life inspiration for "The Partridge Family" tv show really rocked.
Jimmy Eat World, Alex Turner of the Arctic Monkeys and Teachers take on cyber-bullying in today's update.
Drawing a line through my several phases of jazz fanaticism. Oh, and some nice vocals too.
Lee delivers another solid blues effort, even as it sounds effortless coming from an old seasoned pro like him.
One of Chi-town’s rap gods is back and he’s looking to be here… forever.
A benefit album for the iTunes generation.
Hardcore pioneers with one last release.
Decent citizens abhor the Born Again Floozies
Newfoundland folk band shares some of their favorites from the vast collection of traditional tunes from the region.
When faced with discouragement (even unreasonable discouragement), how can one keep on track?
Love to pair wine with food, but challenged by the difficulty of matching wine with tomatoes? Michael Boyer of Brasserie 8 1/2 reveals his tips.
Looking to tantalize your eyes?
Gerard Butler leads 300 Spartans to take on thousands of Persians -- let the battle commence!
The quotes from these movies keep us coming back for more... material.
Rose Byrne talked with reporters about her new FX show. Here is some of what she had to say.
The DIY network is a gold mine for anyone who sets out to fix even the simplest thing.
Behind the scenes things were falling apart. In front of the camera, Lucy and the gang still provided some laughs.
The vacuum of television series, they have a way of sucking you in.
Sam teams up with Maxie to destroy Elizabeth, Kate may prove to be Jason and Sonny's greatest witness.
Guess Who? Woody Woodpecker and friends come to DVD.
How we forgot about the grand old man of the UFO phenomenon.
Devoted to travel and getting away either to escape the heat, the cold, or to start a new adventure.
How long is it since you got genuinely excited about something?
Despite Dick Cavett's recent rant on TV's "heavily larded" in the New York Times, nobody actually said bigger was better.
In sum, I can no longer tolerate the stench of microwaved frozen lunches in the break room.
Tracy Elliott knows pain and fear first hand. She experienced abuse and outright terror at the hands of her uncles.
A great and heartfelt work, Frank McGee has certainly done his homework, he follows the Colwell’s and Allen across the planet
Alina Troyano, aka, Carmelita Tropicana, skewers the sacred cows inside and outside Latino culture.
Well written and thought-provoking, this book will help readers realize that there are two sides to every story.
Proves that people put up with a lot in regards to communicating via e-mail.
"I’m just glad to see good crime writers making the bestseller lists, which they weren’t doing much until the 1980s"
Lily and her friends are getting away. They head to Florida to try to help Lily calm her pre-wedding fears.
Desert Island Discs get an update in this sequel to a 1979 rock-crit classic. Feel free to comment and leave your own DID lists below.
Should the President be meeting with conservative talk show hosts to promote his agenda?
Both political parties have ignored the will of the people, but here's information on how they ganged up on us!
We know so little about the men and women we send overseas. The only time they become people is when they are killed.
We never know when the bottom will drop our of our lives...
The sound of silence is golden for finding truth in U.S. attorney firings
Main stream media just got murkier