One indie music enthusiast drags his wife to the Okkervil River/New Pornographers show.
With this instrumental album, Stanley Jordan says more about the real state of nature than any protest music or Al Gore docs ever could.
If North Carolina hopes to be an indie breeding ground, then the Annuals might be the sign that Tar Heel residents were waiting for.
Jazz-funk group Incognito's latest release is sure to please longtime fans.
This band shows that the neo-progressive rock scene is certainly alive and well in Poland.
An often overlooked masterpiece gets a little remastered "love"
Pop singer Steve Tyrell tackles Burt Bacharach's songs with mixed results.
The Art Of Dying is beautiful and evocative music. If you are willing to take the time, you will be deeply rewarded.
Fun is what The Kooks are all about on their sophomore record.
With Plastic Ono Band, John Lennon seemed to be a man intent on standing quite literally naked before the world.
Citigroup losses weren't as bad as investors feared. Everyone else can just die and decrease the surplus impoverished population.
The Olympic flame now symbolizes repression in China and support of dictatorships and oppression around the world.
A recent New York Times article demonstrates how retired generals who are portrayed as television military analysts are actually part of a coordinated propaganda campaign.
As a cop thriller/action flick, Flash Point is just kind of middle of the road.
A movie that will genuinely defy your expectations.
Ryan Gosling turns in a wonderfully sweet performance. The sex doll's not bad either.
A film noir that almost succeeds in illuminating the dark recesses of the LAPD.
Writing your first book doesn't guarantee you will get published, but knowing the right steps ahead of time can help.
A sports writer takes on an in-depth account of filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan throughout the "Lady in the Water" film production process.
"Simplify! Simplify!" Is more complex than you think.
A deeply cynical horror tale set in the serpentine world of American politics.
Early TV was a fascinating world, and reading about it is the next best thing to having been there.
Hollywood comes to Baltimore.
Humankind is the true culprit behind global warming and must be sacrificed to save Mother Earth.
Another excellent outing for this fresh shooter series.