Indie darlings The National's latest release
After a 15 year absence, Genesis is a revelation in Rome.
Dylanesque or not, Last Days At The Lodge is a good because it's different vocally from Amos Lee other albums.
Amy MacDonald wants more
Essential Elvis: Chapter 10.
Sit back and enjoy Willie Nelson’s crooning on his swingin’ masterpiece Stardust.
Burn Notics and Blogcritics want you to have a little fun in the sun this summer.
Through and through, Oldboy is a vengeance film.
A delightful film that delivers more than expected.
It's very impressive that a director can start making movies over 50 years ago and can even now make something as high in quality as this.
The Wild, Wild, Web: When automation and political correctness root out journalistic dishonesty.
This year's Wimbledon Final could be an important part of a great rivalry.
A challenging game with 1000+ word puzzles and nice touch screen capabilities, but nothing highly innovative.
Travel to Las Vegas, play a troll, or search the stars in this week's Game du Jour deals.
Simplifies and complicates the world simultaneously.
One of the best series of stories that I have read for young readers in a long time.
Can you build a whole novel out of a complaint letter? Jonathan Miles does just that in this novel.
Watching the submarine races with doo wop.
It pays to make sure you know what you're getting when you present a winning lottery ticket at a retailer.
Hunger is attacking Iraq, Afghanistan, Sudan, and many other countries around the globe.
A racial incident makes me wonder if my quest to find freedom in America is a dream nearing its end.
Now that Obama has his presumptive nomination, has he begun to show his true colors? Will religion still stain U.S. Policy once he takes office?
It's time for the United Nations to go. It's lost all legitimacy and should be dissolved or replaced with a more rational body.