Janis Ian returns with a stunning retrospective of her career.
A lovely ode to a not so charming river
Shimmery, swoony, tipsy pop music with more hooks than a bait shop.
Essential Elvis: Chapter 31.
Rediscovering when U2 was, above all else, a great rock band.
Jamie Davis' new CD has me ducking punches.
A new book, new MP3 collection, and new software synthesizer patch chart the development of pop music and its tools from the 1950s into the 21st century.
A new collection of videos with a healthy dose of album artwork.
We're going home, sort of.
It's folk music, Jim, but not as we know it: Jim Moray delivers his finest album yet with Low Culture.
Unlike some prior Quickies, you've heard of these guys before.
Cory does amazing Colin Hay impersonations while other times he reveals his inner Bruce Springsteen on his debut EP "Cabin Ghosts."
No sophomore jinx for Los Lonely Boys on their second album.
The first volume of Don Quixote, mercifully, comes to an end.
For those of us raised on the illusion of the happy, hard working immigrant, this book might be hard to swallow.
A How-To for the Book Review.
There’s a spare loveliness to Waldman’s prose, infused as it is with loneliness, humour, and a deep sense of irony in the cyclical prison of our nostalgia for the past.
Al Kooper's classic memoir is updated and reissued.
With romance, suspense, tears, and laughter, this marvelous epistolary novel is bound to be the Book Club Hit of the Year.
Dr. Shaia explores a four-fold pattern of spiritual and psychological growth in the New Testament gospels.
Well done and thoroughly entertaining.
The creation of the Sword in the Stone ride continues (Imagineer Quest Part 2, as I like to call it).
No, really, check out what we have for you this time around.
When viewed as a series “inspired by” the source rather than a slavish translation, it’s clear that it holds up well on its own.
Sixty Six, an unlikely film about London Judaism, can't be tagged with traditional genre labels.
No, David Hasselhoff does not get eaten by the giant snakes. Sorry.
At times House, MD's Dr. Gregory House seems to operate without any regard to medical ethics. But does he?
A whole new batch of goodies!
...an ineffective thriller and a bad film altogether.
A ton of interviews and panels, including those from Comic Con.
Released amidst a sea of blockbusters, "don't you forget" about this Breakfast Club-inspired documentary.
All the Boys Love Mandy Lane is a good slasher movie that becomes great in its third act.
The final performance show before the finale provides the perfect opportunity to handicap the remaining six dancers. Also, why Cat Deeley is wonderful.
The last six episodes of the epic, award-winning animated series on Nickelodeon.
With a little political comedy reform, Kevin Costner's Swing Vote could have been a major contender.
Another weekend, more movies.
It's time for us to step back into the Dragons' Den.
Musgo Del Jefe files his report from the front line of fandom.
Jamie Lynn plans to get married before 2009.
A good sim, but not an evolution for the series.
PixelJunk Eden leads the charge on another great week on the PSN, demos, videos and more await!
Is John McCain really a secret Manchurian Candidate programmed during Vietnam to destroy America?
The trade deadline came and went, with a whole lot of talking, a little less action, and even a little foolishness.