Fly with the angels into eons past. Watch their community self-destruct as evil enters the cosmos.
Uncovering buried family secrets.
If you only read one book this year, make it Arrival Of The Prince, a superior work of fiction.
A review of Kurt Vonnegut's most recently published work, released posthumously by his son Mark Vonnegut.
An entertaining read if you can get past all the speeches.
Shawn Granger’s web comic about a sword-wielding avenging angel receives its first print pb collection.
Karin Abarbanel talks about her new book and how it can help women who are considering opening a small business.
In this fascinating memoir, Parsell shows there is a lot more to prison rape than 'dropping the soap'.
Mimi is back. But what about the new live Rush? And looky here, we got a live Southside Johnny...
2006 International Blues Challenge winner Eden Brent's first record for Yellow Dog is a triumph from beginning to end.
Too often, this feels like a gratuitous anthology from an artist whose best is yet to come.
He makes my panties wet and, as many of you know by now, that really is the door to my soul.
Best enjoyed with a pint in hand
If you've not listened to Kimya Dawson yet, you're missing out on some of the best and most human music going.
The incurious never do discover what they're missing.
The contagious grooves and impressive melodies are reason enough to love the Shout Out Louds.
The year is 1963 and The Beach Boys are about to become stars.
Only that new British group with the odd name could have kept the Rivieras from topping the charts.
All the grand spectacle and bloodthirsty spectator involvement of the brutal gladiator shows of ancient rome.
It didn't have to work out that way for the Cavs or the Indians, it just did.
The Tigers slow start is anything but an anomaly.
A well done documentary on the beginning of thrash.
As the fest draws to a close, I find out why one film sold out four times straight.
Inside fully earns its unrated status.
Finding an escort for the prom is more terrifying.
In spite of being a monster movie, at its heart "Cloverfield" is really a love story.
A strangely entertaining film and the DVD is loaded with extra features!
Aliens meet Predators again. Who wins? Definitely not the humans caught in the middle.
House enters May sweeps with four new episodes, including the two part season finale, "House's Head."
Sadly, HIMYM didn't quite do it for me last night.
The big draw for this adaptation is the colorful and over the top characters.
Masterpiece Classics' "A Room with a View" unconscionably guts and renders the classic E. M. Forster novel.
Udderly misguided animated movie that needs a script polish. (Gosh, I bet I am the first one making that 'udder' pun.)
Love it or hate it, it's one of the best shows on television.
A truly disturbing experience. Bloody, violent, and distinctly un-Hollywood.
Despite its PG rating, Bridge to Terabithia is not a kid’s movie; it’s a tear-jerking drama for the kid in every fun-loving adult.
Arguably Burton’s best film to date.
Obama and the bitter White guys are just dancing around the real issue.
Despite all our hopes, it turns out that Ron Paul is just as crazy as the worst of his followers.
China won't take any notice, but the Olympics torch protests were a valid way of registering our displeasure with their regime.
Our Time Theatre Company provides an artistic home for kids and teens who stutter.
Take a look at these new eco-chic and environmentally conscious products.
The women want to appear hip and current, but their partners are hurting them with what they’re doing. It’s nuevo, but not tango.
As we make the decision to leave China I find the ever maddening crowds, even more frustrating.
The most hyped Wii game ever delivers.
The pen really is mightier then the sword.
Has the Fortress become more of a mental test than a physical test?