The real issue determining who is better suited to be Commander in Chief is being overlooked.
The American press, and a portion of the populace, demand that politicians be as pure as clergymen. (Okay, bad example.)
It's still early, and already I'm politically overdosed.
The Clintons dropping hints about a 'dream ticket' with Barack Obama. Here's why that strategy is putting Obama in a tough spot.
You're probably not paying attention because of Brawl.
...about human consciousness and workings of the ego.
Kevin Smith's life is anything but boring and nowhere near a waste.
What do we really know about William Shakespeare? Bill Bryson puts his detective hat on to find out...
A lot more like TV than previous effort, but it lets his true talent for tale-telling shine over his struggles with format.
There are elements of the fantastic, the wonderful and bizarre, and Gaiman touches on the fairy tales we grew up reading
A great fast and humorous read about a boy from India who's trying to figure out how America works.
The Greek Gods are alive and well and living in London. There goes the neighbourhood.
This is a book needed for such a time as this, as the last holocaust survivors die and their stories remain untold...
G.M. Ford is known for hard-hitting suspense fiction, and this one has plenty of twists and turns.
One of the hardest-hitting books from the 2008 Children's Sequoyah Masterlist is about survival in war-torn Sudan.
Second of a three-part consideration of recent graphic novels devoted to the vampire with a soul.
An innovative approach to getting middle schoolers interested in history.
Norman Jewison, Al Pacino, and Barry Levinson get together for this legal dramedy.
See if your opportunity for 15 minutes of fame is in this casting call list!
Shrek stomps people in the 1800s. Okay, maybe a loose cousin of Shrek.
Scooby-Doo reflected turbulent changes during an entire decade when the world was redefining itself.
To review the third season is sort of like playing baseball and hitting off of a tee.
Mediocre rom-com survives with likable performances.
The creator of the upcoming webseries The Third Age takes you behind the casting process.
Set in Boston, storywise and filmwise, this movie delivers an emotional punch that will leave viewers reeling.
A film you can miss; a commentary track you shouldn't.
Roger Donaldson takes a low-watt approach to supporting roles and ruses and creates a dimmer drama.
Completely remastered, this Disney classic is a must own.
They’ve traded pop-glitz and glam for folk-psychedelia and sun while remaining undeniably Goldfrapp.
Daughtry began the performance with a new song titled “You Don’t Belong.”
Björk puts on a fabulous show and stirs controversy in Shanghai.
Eric Whelchel final gives a listen to one of 2007's best indie albums.
Although a lot of purists didn't like the practice, it's been pretty common among jazz musicians for years.
This is what Bruce Springsteen might sound like if he was into punk rock.
Not having the distraction of iTunes, e-mail, and high-speed web browsing makes me stick to my craft.
Please don’t waste your money.
Shakespeare's Fatman and Robin - er, Hal.
Is traditional radio irrelevant? Its definition needs to change.
With very few exceptions, users of prior versions will find a significant feature to justify an upgrade.
The debate is fierce on whether the Browns should have signed Anderson, but should he have signed with them?