If you want an excellent study of the gun, then Tales of the Gun: The Complete Collection will exceed your expectations.
One of Nicolas Cage's best performances in a fine, unique film.
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The President interrupted what otherwise would have been a perfectly adequate night of TV viewing yesterday.
With Cooper dead, is the text-message killer case closed?
January comes to a close with a bang and a tear.
Dr. Bruce could probably teach us all a few things about jazz.
Willie Nelson cuts to the bone, sounding authentic as ever on his latest album.
U23D raises the bar for the concert-film genre to a whole new level.
"Anyway I don't want perfection, I want the balls that I hear in the club."
Joe gets Rainy, Shelby gets Dusty, Van and Beck get expanded, and Saleski's choice is... surprise, surprise... by Pat Metheny.
Better late than never - my picks of stuff I really liked a lot in 2007.
The first Quickies of the year scans new releases of three types of jazz and a one-of-a-kind saxophone funkmaster.
One is the loneliest number that you'll ever see.
As I eat my spaghetti every meatball reminds me of Rudy and lost hope...
From the first Gershwinian piano chords, we know we're in for a roaring good time in this jazzy 1920's tale.
How the youth of today respond to the media.
Part coffee-table book, part tutorial, Aaland's high-concept book on digital photography is flawed but fun.
Mental Floss offers a new, informative, and intensely readable volume.