Shannon K. Butcher's romance career blossoms with her second book, a great mix of romance and action.
Looking for a fun hometown mystery, with a little sexual innuendo? Try the latest Murder-By-Month Mystery.
Bernard Cornwell's first book in his new "Saxon Series" is a riproaring adventure replete with battles and betrayals.
The fictionalized job interview was movie silliness -- but the bottom line is that a future legend got his key break.
Strong debut for this already changed deathcore act.
The sweet, sweet sounds of synthesizers and ethereal pop vocals made even better with witty lyrics.
This documentary gives Jay-Z's greatest album its proper due.
An odious, idiotic exercise that should be avoided by all.
Now on DVD, PBS' three-part series The Jewish Americans traces the history of this small but influential part of the American experience.
Its pacing is perfect, and its timing elegant; you couldn't ask for more from a short movie.
The short shelf life of stand-up hamstrings this disc.
Strong animated entry is vastly different than typical Hollywood fare.
Sublime music, tragic times.
The popular Chicago Public Radio show comes to television. Who ever said Ira Glass has a face for radio?
The New World is a sumptuous film delight.
Peanuts are not nuts. Jericho fans didn't get that memo.
Balancing nationalism and liberty is a dicey game.
How to reduce the cost of health care with or without help from the government.
The rich vein of Australia's criminal past is never too far from the surface, even in the 21st century. A new show documents a decade of bloody gangland killings.
Will.i.am's video tribute to Obama is making the Internet rounds. But does it say anything of substance?
After a year, I got it.
For the essence of tango, you can do no better.
Britons may soon need a licence to buy cigarettes if a radical new proposal becomes law.
For those multimedia producers who are unfamiliar with sound editing or intimidated by it, Soundbooth CS3 is a must-have.
A solid update on the PSN, demos, movies and more!