This week: a clone, a sequel, and a game I've never heard of.
LocoRoco Cocoreccho! is a fun game with great style, wacky music and some new ways to use the Sixaxis controller.
This "revolutionary" game console gains even more popularity with new titles for the holidays.
The Playstation 2 continues an amazing run (2400+ titles) with several more this holiday season.
This holiday season presents gamers with some great titles for the “in-touch” Nintendo DS.
Scene It? releases their 2nd Edition Movies game.
The Oklahoma State football coach went off on Oklahoman reporter Jenni Carlson. Perhaps he should have thought twice.
Will Biggio catch one final time? Who wins the NL MVP? The AL East? And who will Lou Piniella strangle?
Broken is far more than the name of this movie.
Another Theo Angelopoulos masterpiece.
... a kind of new Old West dichotomy that rethinks the mythology and historical vagaries of a legendary outlaw and killer...
Arnold Schwarzenegger breaks bones in this DVD release.
Miss Cordy tells you what's on, what you should watch, what you should record and what you should catch online.
More zombie butt-kicking with Milla Jovovich. What more can you want?
Jason saves Lulu. Jax reunites with his family.
Teens, drugs, backstabbing? I'm in!
Fun, if illogical, sequel to an already illogical, but fun, series.
... educational and interesting, but the structure of the program is somewhat confusing.
I made some errors, but it's a really complicated show!
An experience not soon to be forgotten.
An epic, if flawed, series.
A interesting story about the costs of war.
Peaceful marches by thousands of Buddhist monks and citizens mark the 19th anniversary of a violent crackdown and further protest Myanmar’s military junta.
Shady discount ad trumps shaky dollar in this week's media coverage, but not Sharpton in Jena
The E-510 is light, affordable, packed with features and options, and it will help you get great photos.
Chocolate (and other foods with tannins) could leave you cavity free!
Global warming causes heavier rainstorms.
The Lensbaby 3G will perform magic when you need it to.
A writer reflects on coffee, obscenity, and Allen Ginsberg.
A disc of high spirited New Orleans style Jazz played by people who obviously love the music.
Rogue Wave's Heaven-ly third offering.
Introducing bundles of records reviews that are short and sweet.
Ten years after hearing the ubiquitous "MMMBop" here, there, and everywhere, I never imagined I'd attend a Hanson concert.
Paul Potts debut album does not disappoint.
A fitting tribute to one of the greatest Jazz saxophone players that ever lived.
The best trips to the woods were those made on hot Summer days.
Part one of a four-part interview series.
Thea "is EveryTeen. I think her appeal lies in the simple fact that she is not a superheroine..."
Why work in the exciting field of the paparazzi?: "Mainly because the national Do Not Call List has limited opportunities in telemarketing."
Grisham, Sparks, Russo, Patchett, Vachss, Stuart Woods, Rita Mae Brown, Jenny Downham, Jim Shepard, Charlaine Harris, Vixen Diaries, Life with Asperger's, Boring People...
Some may be offended and others inspired, but all will have a good read with Tom Kratman's latest novel.
Second volume of memoirs centers around the speeches he's given.
Geared for digital artists, illustrators, cartoonists, designers, graphic artists, photographic artists, and anyone who wants to be a Photoshop guru.