The 2008 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Nominees have just been announced. Here are the five that should be inducted this year:
Simply put, Madonna does not belong in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The Dave Clark 5?
Relentless in his efforts to provide a broad spectrum of music appropriate to this film, Burns has been amazingly successful.
The devil's "Kashmir."
Confounding new album hits stores October 2.
Live from the streets of New York City...
Strong solo album that gives new dimension to the ex-Flaw vocalist.
Vampires as private eyes and corporate sharks -- wait! That's real life!
The inevitable has happened... isn't it wonderful?
If “Bury Your Dead” is any indication, then the writer change will only benefit season five.
Mr. Burns finishes his documentary this week. It's like taking candy from a baby.
Starz's Fear Fest and Blogcritics Magazine help make Halloween suck!
Week three is upon us. Not as many as last week, but enough to make the week crowded.
Tantalizing teasers for upcoming crowd pleasers.
Volume 2 of Heroes gets its groove on...
In Woo’s greatest American movie Face/Off, John Travolta and Nicolas Cage play against type (well, eventually) as an FBI agent and terrorist respectively.
Action, love, and family take to the box office.
A&M is stuck in pseudo-scandal thanks to a potentially meddlesome athletic director.
Can UCF run away in the CUSA? Can Louisville rebound? Could Mississippi State -- GASP -- reach a bowl game?
Six important things to consider when choosing a personal trainer post-illness or injury.
Gruesome, graphic, darkly comic and utterly wonderful, the second book in the Nightside series, is nothing short of amazing.
A comprehensive overview for anyone ready to take the next step to digital SLR cameras.
A wonderful book about a horrible set of circumstances that might just change the way you look at photos of a disaster.
A history of American songwriters including Berlin, Gershwin, Hoagy Carmichael, Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hart, Jerome Kern, Harry Warren, Jimmy Van Heusen, and Johnny Mercer.
Wigfield is as silly as a briefcase full of fudge. But even though the characters are ridiculous and the humor dark, the story is serious.
Everyone knows that religion plays heavily into The Simpson. Author Mark Pinsky proves he knows it, too.
Looking for a good vampire book? Sink your teeth into Jennifer Rardin's debut.
A conversation with an icon of Chicana feminist history, prolific author, and poet Ana Castillo.
If you REALLY want to know about birds, then this is the ideal book for you.
Good words, no matter the source, are still good words. The same goes for funny words.
Winter is not your garden's favorite season.
What happens when your local bum dispenses with the pleasantries and gets right to the point?
My name is Richard Marcus, I'm a review–a–holic, and it's been twelve hours since I last reviewed.
Keep these tips registered...
I should be writing something else right now but I am not.
Campello barks at artistic segregation.
Set a date to fight breast cancer.