There's something to be said for artists who devote themselves to a singular body of music.
Lyle Lovett and his Large Band make with the swingtime.
1984 was one of the best years for popular music ever on record.
Best bets: Sabbath in different clothing, lying Liars, and Robert Pollard's psycho-prog for short-attention spans
"The message in many of these songs is that the time you have with your children is oh so fleeting."
Here's some great music to catch...or avoid.
Magnet's third release is buoyant Norwegian pop at 40,000 feet, complete with whistling, woodblocks, wine bottles, and Bob Marley.
LARGE is the word
A greater commitment and sense of purpose make the universally appealing swampy grooves of the Subdudes better than ever.
Lux Occulta's 2001 release is a mix of black metal and trip-hop. An interesting twist to the hard hitting genre.
Bi-lingual Latin men and women sought!
This too fawning documentary could have taken a cue from a real master of the documentary, like Errol Morris.
This Bean must pass.
It's a good week for mutants and figure skaters.
Should have been better, but still entertaining.
Jerry kills Irina to save Jax and Carly, but it doesn't win him any medals with his brother.
"Guilt is good. It's the price we pay for an honest soul."
Lots of TV releases to suck up your precious time.
Will Vick be back as quarterback?
Why can economically tiny Jamaica learn from our financial woes while Texas Trailer Trogs and Wall Street investors cannot?
Embattled Attorney General Finally Resigns
Intelligent? Well-humoured? Highly literate? OK, Can you at least read? Try this.
A rollicking blend of old school pulp and blinding pacing that hits like a sucker punch to the gut.
At once personal memoir, travel narrative, and cultural and political commentary.
Kelso talks about her background and her book, which she describes as, "A city. A mystery. An impossible love affair."
"She and I agreed the best description of her style was "“Nancy Drew after a bottle of Jack Daniels.”
With its broad sweep of current affairs, I can think of no country, person, or situation where this book wouldn’t be relevant and important.
We're kicking off the second season of BC Tailgate, Blogcritics' official college football roundup column.
Son of God says Vick unlikely to find him
Reliance on gut feelings betrays the re-emergence of ancient attitudes toward cognition.
Einstein, the fabric of being, the internet , and the mind.
Mask Pro 4.1 will be a welcomed addition to your imaging toolbox.
Pluto leaves Sagittarius for Capricorn in January, 2008. What's it mean?
Eventually some artists find what matters.
An in-depth head-to-head.
This is not-too-flashy little puzzler provides a lot of fun.
Thanks, EA, but I'm going to sit this dance out.