It's not over until TSO plays!
The Blues Blogger gets ready for the holidays and says "Happy Birthday" to a Blues Legend.
So few fabulous albums were released, it has been difficult to choose any. And this ten probably aren't what you're expecting.
Nobody works it like Mary J.
Get out there and sell those damn caskets!!!
Will the melting of the arctic ice pack signal the end of Santa Claus?
Here comes Celie, on tour and singing in The Color Purple.
First book in an engaging new urban fantasy series that fans of TV's Supernatural will probably love.
52, a weekly DC Comics series. This week, starring Batwoman, Nightwing, Bruno Mannheim and The Question (Renee Montoya).
Belongs on the coffee tables of every paleonerd, art lover and general science enthusiast and in the home of anyone with children.
Another JFK assassination conspiracy potboiler, but with a few fresh angles and an interesting detective.
52, a weekly DC Comics series: this week, starring Renee Montoya, Steel and Animal Man.
Beautiful-looking, occasionally interesting but slight addition to the long, long list of Beatles books.
Curious about wine? This chatty book reveals everything you need to know.
Can the movie version capture the depth of McEwan's characters in this book?
How can SNL still be on the air? It sucks!
Dumb fun. Adventure that is safe for the whole family.
Musgo Del Jefe offers suggestions on what's worth watching for the upcoming week.
A top tier HD effort, and a wonderful movie to boot.
This movie is a great little no-brainer with terrific special effects and some great acting.
A miserable HD version of a brain dead (but fun) action flick.
Nicolas Cage teams up with popular producer Jerry Bruckheimer for the fifth time as this series continues.
I Am Legend is the best movie of the year, period.
Dumb fun through territory we've all seen before.
Despite the hoopla surrounding the film, The Golden Compass delivers a fantasy adventure of the highest caliber.
A fantastic set of great historical significance for those interested in Disney and cinema.
The life has been exhausted from this series.
The best disaster film in a long time, filled with global warming paranoia and the potential defenselessness of coastal cities.
An original film that rises above the competition.
TV's first disabled police officer rolls into his second season of DVDs with interesting shows and meteoric guest stars.
This DVD set contains enough great shorts to make it a suggested purchase for even the casual Disney fan.
A look at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, given to actors by the acting community itself.
We nominate the best games of 2007.
The Texas legislature has embraced a perverse new puritanism with its 'pole tax' on strip clubs.