A look at the latest batch of confirmed titles on the PS3/PSP for 2008 and early 2009.
A large if uninspiring update on the PSN...demos good, lack of original content bad!
Another chance to pretend to be an American Idol, minus the big contract and fun.
The atmospheric six part series has its network debut Monday, May 19.
Leto is brilliant in this utterly fascinating portrayal of John Lennon's psychopathic killer.
Recommended for open-minded viewers only.
Part 1 of 10, read numbers 100 down to 91 of the list.
Looking for a date, a job, a house, or a record deal? This must be your week.
AMC will showcase Million Dollar Baby on May 17th & 18th. Enter to win a copy of the DVD!
Mac and his team must contend with a serial killer who suddenly hits close to home.
One of the best efforts from Eddie Murphy ever.
Movies and DVDs grace the column this week.
Memorial Day - a time for burgers, beer, and a Quantum of Solace.
Shot with the raw look of guerrilla footage, Exist chronicles the plight of activists struggling to survive in a corporate world.
An excellent look at this legendary performer.
A darker, more adult look at the world of Narnia
Testament is back, and it's like they never left.
In the 1950's and 1960's he dominated pop music charts.
A record full of pop trash in two languages.
An impressive debut of melodic, moody rock.
Heavy on the tune and refreshingly low on the posturing, The Republic Tigers seem geared to pounce on the music scene.
David Ford speaks about playing live and then performs "State of the Union."
"Teenage Love Affair," it was the summer for that too.
Pleasure, a double, on the rocks.
A far different Beach Boys return to the studio after a five year absence.
Revolution Mother brings back the rock n' roll many have been craving.
There aren't many people like Jon Dee Graham out there.
Zappa Nails Zappa!
Eddy Arnold was the number one country artist of all time.
The debut of Music Media. Come in and check out some videos.
Sisters slipping... closers cutting... owner out... and Spygate played out in this week's Treehouse Fort.
Peace comes from making the right choices.
Viggo Mortensen brings the forest alive in a way that I've never seen photographs do before.
In Janeology a father is put on trial for allowing his wife to kill one of their children.
Would Batman be so great without the Joker? Comic book stories survive because of the heroes AND villains.
Corsetti's book, about a real plane accident and the rescue that followed, took a long time to research and write.
The truth is being demonstrated in Southwest Asia as I write this post
"Straight-talker" McCain is as cynical and conniving a political animal as any of them, and better at it than most.
The California decision rejecting a law defining marriage as between a man and a woman is fraught with unintended consequences.
In the tradition of their 1948 decision on interracial marriage, the California Supreme Court has ruled for gay marriage rights.
Another New Low
If you want to really learn the techniques of the high fashion photographers then you need to check out High-End Industry Retouching Techniques: Series One.
American Idol season five winner, Taylor Hicks, is headed for Broadway.
Shoveling always looks so easy on TV. It's not.
Visiting NYC this summer? The Rink Bar at Rockefeller Center is one of Manhattan’s most popular outdoor bars.
Curious about wine? Check out Spain.
TasteTV suggests that when visiting San Francisco, don't ask for "Cabernet Sauvignon."