"It ain't me, it ain't me": Hank Bordowitz's bio of one of the most dysfunctional bands in music.
Jessica James takes us through the effects of the Civil War as it occurs in Northern Virginia.
This book will help parents, church leaders, and educators explain why C. S. Lewis's books are edifying to Christians of any age.
Velázquez's masterpiece: The slave, and what his master saw.
Prince Caspian's producer, who is a stepson of C.S. Lewis, talks about the effect of magical stories on impressionable children.
Not one simply for the Byrds, Collectors Choice unearths a gem of a performance from a pair of country-rock's finest.
A previously lost collection of mid-80's rock resurfaces.
Kayo Dot’s multi-instrumental saturation bombing conjures up musical influences from just about every corner of the globe and channels them into one gratifying wall of sound.
Robbins has a unique, highly creative take on progressive jazz.
Backyard Tire Fire tell the story behind the song and perform "Jimmy and Bob and Jack."
“Lost” recordings are almost always appealing. Were they “lost” for a reason or is there still some great music to be unearthed in the far reaches of the galaxy?
The Beach Boys enter the 1980s just trying to keep their career alive.
TV Guide talks with the top three contestants.
Six hours of suspenseful, campy fun tick by in this double DVD boxed set from the 1985 ITV series, Time For Murder.
In two years of existence, The CW has struggled for recognition and ratings. Does the new lineup change things?
Family fantasy rarely gets any better.
The CW goes back to the future this fall.
The Top Three Sing Three Songs Each
Call it camp, cult, or classic.
Keeping up with the Joneses on DVD.
Executive Producer Mark Bishop sings the praises of his pint-sized star.
From romantic hope to romantic despair, God was always in one of Marvin Gaye's corners and the Devil in the other.
This fantasy becomes a long, chaotic mess from co-directors/writers Andy and Larry Wachowski.
Review of the American Idol top 3 performance show. Who knocked 'em dead, and who's likely to be going home.
Holding onto C.C. Sabathia for the rest of the season may be the Cleveland Indians' best bet.
Tonight former presidential candidate John Edwards endorsed Barack Obama in Michigan, bringing his populist message.
Any chance we might have had of reaping the benefits of this minority government will soon be wasted.
Presidential immunity from prosecution was certainly not birthed by Bill Clinton.
Looking at The PlayStation Network service and how it needs to grow and evolve to take over the online industry.
Another enjoyable, yet not very deep game from EA Sports Big.
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