Appalachian State and Boise State are just the tip of a gigantic iceberg. One that's already sunk "invincible" ships.
Wherein I try to determine who will be David to Belichick's Goliath.
It's a little early for upsets, and this one made Michigan look like a cheap knock-off of a BCS team.
Dick Clark and Time-Life -- an unbeatable combination when it comes to presenting the music of the 1950's through the 1980's.
If you want to hear the Incredible String Band...buy some re-mastered CDs of their original recordings.
Anyone with an ear for jazz will enjoy this CD as it ranges the jazz spectrum.
Blues guitarman extraordinaire Melvin Taylor just might be Chicago's best kept secret.
Miles Davis returns -- in spirit, at least.
This is an all around wonderful DVD of great music and astounding entertainment.
You can continue to "Rock and Roll All Night and Party Every Day" with Kissology Vol. 2
A stand-out offering in praise and worship.
Plenty of fun and a good rock feel which bears repeating.
Toldeo, Ohio's own Dying to Know takes time out of their practice schedule to talk about their album, their live show, their fans, and their music.
Nothing like rocking with an imaginary instrument.
A fresh college grad learns lessons about life, love, and herself while caring for the child of a fabulously wealthy couple.
This remake improves upon the original.
Rob Zombie’s Halloween is neither scary nor thrilling. It is simply grim and unpleasant.
Chan & Tucker re-team for one final hour...
Zombie offers up a vulgar and visceral take on a slasher icon.
This British period drama has the air of authenticity.
A very interesting look at the books, ideas, and opinions that have pre-dominated our thoughts in the last fifteen years.
Outlines how and why the United States government initiated, sustained, and then dramatically expanded an illegal biological arms buildup.
A reaction to CBS news anchor Katie Couric reporting trip to Iraq and Syria in anticipation of a crucial military report on progress of the American effort.
A judge's ruling in Iowa has set the terms of the debate for the 2008 election. It's all about gay marriage.
Will the Democrats shoot themselves in the foot over an arcane rule?
Christiane Amanpour's "God's Warriors" is a great study of radical religion and its venture into violence.