Sugar is the new oil, but can it fuel Cane?
Charlie Sheen shines again... but he is a long way from Wall Street on Two and a Half Men.
Nasty threats in the form of text messages.
A quick little chat with the Big Brother 8 winner
A somewhat sparse but diverse week of DVD releases.
Set nine of Midsomer Murders is sort of the black sheep of the show's history.
There was Kensei and there was a yellow umbrella, who could ask for more? Me, that's who.
Nicolas Cage isn't the only person that can see into the future. So can the viewer.
Tonight's episode played with me like I was a puppet!
Zombies knock out the vigilante and fend off Chuck's advances.
Arnold stretches as an actor while killing 81 people. Top that, Olivier!
This week features a tie, although there are some tempting second tier releases as well.
The mayhem continues at Crane, Poole & Schmidt in season three.
Bruce Hornsby shuts up and plays his piano.
A great album full of fun New Orleans style jazz and first-class musicianship.
Extra-terrestrial music. Sort of.
Part two of a four-part interview series.
Tiger Army has put out an amazing psychobilly album and sends thanks to fans and friends.
No, I'm not getting ahead of myself.
Christmas may be months away, but for the record business its time to let the games begin.
From the supernatural and paranormal to the home town romance that makes your heart melt, Harlequin is presenting it all in a new format.
Don't miss the opportunity to check out Turquoise, the final book in Marilynn Griffith's "Shades of Style" series.
The action is non-stop, the dialogue engaging, the secondary characters intriguing, and the protagonists nothing short of adorable.
In a year of many outstanding novels, this is one of the finest.
Filled with lies, manipulation and intrigue, this novel is hard to put down.
If you want to learn the ins and outs of digital black-and-white, then this is a must-have.
It's not like this is threatening established alternacomics for readership, but it's surprisingly good for what it is.
Jonathan Maberry is the winner of the Bram Stoker Award for Best First Novel.
If Rick Mercer Report can make an iconoclast like me think seriously about why I love my country, think what it can do for you.
The best-selling "formerly fat housewife turned fit," takes readers to a whole new level of flavorful enjoyment with The Eat-Clean DIET Cookbook.
Three down, fourteen to go.
Randy Moss and Terrell Owens' teams are 3-0, while the classy LT suffers through a 1-2 start. The hell!?
Urge your representatives not to support a fiscally irresponsible expansion of SCHIP just because it's 'for the children'.
I've got my home set up and my cheap shopping done. Now all I need is a good job.
Sex toys have changed throughout the years, but they still serve the same purpose of enhancing the sexual experience.
Peter Shaffer's award-winning play about the rivalry between composers Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Antonio Salieri comes to Oklahoma City.
The case of OJ Simpson will generate over 50 million dollars for Las Vegas in trial related costs.