Last week in Paris, piano master Roger Kellaway accepted the Prix du Jazz Classique for his album Heroes.
It's a gem of a collection and comes packaged in a nifty cigar box with a Robert Crumb drawing on the front.
Liverpool 8 won't make any one stop listening to Abbey Road or Revolver, but it is a very nice collection of pop songs. Not bad for a Beatle all on his own, even if he is the sad one.
Spacey, trip hop/downtempo for the lounge.
Thoughts sprouting through the frozen ground of January. Or something.
If you can scrape past all the distorted noise there are a few gems to be found, but it might just leave you with a headache anyways.
Blood pours his heart, soul and immense talents into a poignant reminder of a great American tragedy.
Eric Whelchel has mixed feelings about the new Terminator TV series.
The winners, losers, and headscratchers of this year's Golden Globes.
A fantastic thriller that is much more than you would expect.
Will Jason be able to save Monica from Joe-the-human-bomb's grip?
Sticks and stones may break my bones (bullets work too), but words will never hurt me (though they do give me a headache).
"300" fans who want to learn more the historical event should get the Ultimate Collectors Set.
Another week of mediocre releases.
Steve McGarrett and his his men are back on the case for a third season.
Wild fun + beautiful video + awesome sound = Must own Blu-ray.
Will Joe blow up himself and the emergency room at General Hospital?
The new year continues to role in decent bucks.
Deke McClelland takes a complicated software package and brings it down to earth in easy to understand language.
For those who do web development, the changes to Fireworks CS3, make the upgrade more than worth it.
The banners read "There Is Something In The Air," and the theme of over-the-air and light-as-air was a common theme during the Stevenote.
Rethinking the Process....Again
A killer collection of crime stories by hot new authors.
From Victorian England to outer space, a few titles that are worth checking out.
Raincoast Books announced it was ceasing to publish books - except Harry Potter of course.
A layered, rich and beautiful coming-of-age story.
Hackley-Lambert writes about the overlooked life of H.H.M. Murray, a champion civil rights activist, and of a defining human rights event, the Niagra Movement.
The problem of political engagement in democratic societies.
It takes a village to raise a child but it takes a village idiot not to see through the maelstrom of messy comments.
Let the games begin!
A 25-year-old woman wants to lose her virginity.
This is her first interview since being sentenced to six months incarceration at a minimum-security facility.