A new collection of stories about the vampire Saint-Germain is uneven, but ultimately satisfying.
An ambitious work about the power of language in all its many forms.
"What I know now," Zadoff states, "was that my head was hungry. My disease was hungry. My body was quite full."
It's one of those rare books that make you laugh and think all at the same time, and feel better for having read it.
Jeffrey Ford has written a coming-of-age page-turner filled with suspense, menace, and honesty.
Jennifer Weiner's Certain Girls is good enough that readers won’t regret it the morning after.
This Canadian crime show packs a wallop as it portrays action and treachery on the cop and criminal fronts.
Prepare for thousands of teenaged girls heading to the movie theater like cattle on December 12.
If you like your art extreme and disconcerting, then R. Kern is definitely the artist for you.
This is too over-the-top and ridiculous to be taken seriously and it lacks the heart and soul of Neil Marshall's previous work, The Descent.
If Mrs. Clinton cares about her reputation in history, it wouldn't do to make a scene now.
Part 1 of my interview with Glen Phillips...
Mellencamp will be the first to use T-Bone Burnett's new HD-Audio format
The Beach Boys release 15 (not so) big ones.
Old school videos with an old school transfer to boot.
This is a decent compilation of b-sides and rarities capable of making fans wet their pants in excitement.
Stay tuned, but I like what I hear so far from Beta-lactam Ring Records.
Fifteen years as a band with fifteen tracks on the CD. Coincidence? I think so.
The Beach Boys are alive and mostly well.
Radio hits or not, Man can certainly hold their heads high, as they’ve left behind some of the most interesting rock music of the 70s… and that’s saying a lot!
Amber Rubarth talks about her approach to cover songs and performs Tom Waits' "Ol' 55."
Fred Eaglesmith's gritty bluegrass-roots CD parses the difference between piety and faith in America today
They may be different sports, but the problems of the Cleveland's Cavaliers and Indians are similar, neither can hit.