We need to consider what we really want in a President, and whether getting it is possible.
Raine Maida tries so hard that it comes across as a fraught manoeuvre to prove his street cred.
As a performer and a composer he continues to be a musical force to be reckoned with.
Mostly Autumn and the making of their most complete album to date.
Jimi Hendrix: Chapter 10.
Jewel marries boyfriend of ten years.
Plenty of vids for your buds.
A masterpiece - pure but not so simple.
Somewhere In London is just about as good of an introduction to the music of the present day Marillion as one could hope for.
The New England Olympic Whining Competition.
"When something strikes me, I pick up the guitar and a pen and paper...and see how far I can go with it."
At the NYC Fringe Festival, The Boy in the Basement shines while Kansas City Or Along The Way flounders
When you are on the road, your mind tends to wander as well.
So, BBC America has a new show. You know that I'm going to tell you about it.
A sad example of Blu-ray technology doesn't take away from a great movie.
The Children of Huang Shi is a not about what you are but what you can be when the need arises.
The creation of the Sword in the Stone ride continues (Imagineer Quest Part 2, as I like to call it).
Misses more comedic targets than it hits.
The Supernatural fans aren't resting because it's summer. The activity is keeping me busy.
This week brings a good selection of full episodes to check out.
While Allison faces her upcoming wedding, Jack must deal with the town explosions.
Plenty of trailers for you this week.
Woody Allen signs up Scarlett Johansson for Spanish lessons in love with Professor Javier Bardem.
Plenty of choices this weekend.
If your house is made of stucco, run like the wind.
At least it's better than the second one.
It live up to its Einstein label with some surprisingly educational subject matter.
Star Wars: The Clone Wars is in theaters today. Is it worthy of the Star Wars mantle?
When you mix NASA with talking insects, that’s one small step for man but one annoying subplot involving houseflies.
A fun book for the bookish.
A tale of Gothic horror in an ordinary life, told by a more than ordinary writer.
A charming and accomplished novel woven between country NSW, boarding school, Sydney in the 1960s, Boolah in the 1980s, and the artworld of the 1930s.
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is the comic adaptation of one of this summer's biggest blockbusters.
With Pharmakon, Fierce People author Dirk Wittenborn turns the plot hole into an aesthetic choice, with fascinating if imperfect results.
Buffy the Vampire Slayer Omnibus Volume 4 continues reprinting Dark Horses older Buffy issues in chronological order
A truly great week on the PSN, but shouldn't you be playing Bionic Commando: Rearmed?
Superhuman swimmers, drug scandals, cheating and politics - yes, it's the Olympic Games once again. Dr Dreadful reports.
Chinese gold medal gymnast He Kexin might not be 16, or she may be. Point is, what's the point?
With expectations coming from everywhere, the only thing the Cleveland Browns can do is disappoint
And the records just keep on falling...
There are 302 or so Olympic events. A few more couldn't hurt.