Balki from Mypos and his cousin Larry are finally on DVD!
This second season of the hit show is VERY funny and well worth your time.
Up until last night I'd managed to watch Cashmere Mafia and Lipstick Jungle and not confuse the two. That's all over now.
The epic poem-based CGI film arrives on DVD.
A storm is brewing at Micronesia, and not just in the skies, but at the camps, too.
The third season effectively mixes humor with dramatic situations to create an enjoyable program. The writing is solid and all the actors work well together.
Afraid of Sonny's ire, Michael ran.
My picks for this year's awards -- how close will I be?
Half of this movie is brilliant. The other half, not so much.
Bond Quest continues, but should it? Eon Productions has been silent.
Upstart band produces tasty music soup.
The stars are in line when these two masters meet...
It's some of the most fully alive music that I've listened to in a long time.
Sometimes even the unreleased material deserves a CD. In this case I am glad it was put out.
A different look at the connection between rock and jazz.
Anne Murray calls on her friends and a few legendary women of song to join her on 17 tracks of nostalgic adult contemporary.
The sound quality is excellent so this is worth buying to listen to, but watching it lessens the enjoyment.
When did the left get the idea that they have an exclusive claim to basic American values?
Heloise reports on “silly season” from behind the scenes in Austin, Texas.
The CORD Foundation has been so successful that it is even awarding research grants and forming new chapters across the country.
Why I Love When You Hate Me
"A story with four protagonists: a deadly bacterium, a vast city and two gifted but very different men.”
A fictional journey of self-discovery takes the reader inside the origins of modern Middle East.
Driven by her prophetic dreams, escaped slave Liz Spocott must learn the Code in order to survive.
Real World Adobe Photoshop CS3 is an absolutely, positively, must-own if you want true control in Photoshop.
A must-have for serious collectors and casual fans.
Author Camille Marchetta talks about her latest novel, her writing habits, and finding a publisher.
An interesting song-by-song look at the Beatles and how they were a true reflection of the tumultuous times they lived and performed in.