With Deepak Ram’s bansuri coaxing freshness out of beautiful classics, Steps is a fantastic album for fans of world music, jazz, and blues.
Nights is a pleasant stand alone EP and a welcome extension of the enjoyable Lion The Girl.
A great show, Doro is not to be missed.
Bushwhack delivers an atmospheric blend of experimental prog-rock that conjures up thoughts of Dream Theater and Porcupine Tree while maintaining their own original sound.
A cost effective digital notepad, as well as a graphics tablet.
Hitman is an enjoyable action movie, and is a worthy adaptation of the video game.
Futurama returns, to disappoint its hard-core old fans and alienate potential new ones.
Not as in-depth as the BBC series and confusing to newcomers, but still a lot to like here.
Cash McCall - a cheesy yet charming slice out of the late '50s.
Can a storybook view of romance survive in the real world?
A vampire movie with a new twist and little else.
ABC wants the show back for an Eighth Season. So do I.
Everything comes down to poo: Scrubs deserves a(nother) final, farewell season to say goodbye to its loyal fans, Newbie!
...resonates with gentleness, compassion, and admiration for its characters and for the sufferers of Alzheimer’s...
Whether it looks/sounds better or not, this is one to have in your collection.
Learn how to write a complete novel outline in 30 days.
Wonder how to bring order to all of the notes, quotes, recommendations you seem to collect every day?
Mammay explores autism and the true meaning of compassion.
Torn between the contradictions of his heritage and his ambition, the author found guidance in the music of Bruce Springsteen.
A bodice ripper by any other name is still a bodice ripper.
Brilliant story of a successful corporate woman who smashed glass ceilings at every turn, only to give it all up for the man she loved.
Nash guides you through the process quickly and motivates you to really understand C#.
Something is not right in this novel. It is probably the author’s comparison of Jesus to poisonwood.
Politicians lie. That’s a fact. Sometimes they get found out.
A mysterious printing press predicts the future, but to no avail.
Weary of another season in Bath, Jane Austen accompanies B.C.'s Literary Fashionista to the collections in Los Angeles.
Mentorship, gays, parents, and John Glover in a powerful and funny play.