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Tyne Daly and Delroy Lindo star in a powerful production of the 2,500-year-old classic.
Teen girl anxieties meet existential angst in Joshua Conkel's The Chalk Boy.
Frida Kahlo's life and art, in painting and biography.
This vibrant new production is an auspicious start for the new Reprise team.
Please allow me to introduce myself - Beggars Banquet - one of the finest Stones albums ever
For sheer excitement, and jaw-dropping astonishment, there are few players alive today who can match what Rahsaan accomplished.
Steve E. Nix and his new power-pop band, the Cute Lepers, take up where the Briefs left off.
An engaging collaboration between the Britpop paranoid and his equally sharp spouse.
I could definitely see some hotties dancing and getting it on to this album.
A belated tribute to Jerry Wexler.
Multi talented, multi dimensional - Costanza's Sonic Diary will get under your skin
"Here's to making music and magic and maybe stumbling across a little inspiration here and there..."
A study in exuberant deliberateness and punchy breaths.
Metal veterans return with solid but unspectacular offering.
Ecliptica's album Impetus will hopefully give them exactly that.
Kaki King demonstrates acoustic fingerpicking techniques acquired near rings of Saturn. Claims she is from Brooklyn. Author burns his guitar.
Take your mind off the stormy weather with music from the bayou.
Shawls Two is lovely. Grannies is a no-go.
Wonderful autumn reading, the perfect antidote to all that beach reading that filled up your summer months.
What is preventing you, and I, from chasing after the Holy Spirit with reckless abandon?
Fay Weldon scrapes through the surface of a rural idyll to reveal people doing what people do, to find a caricature of modern British society.
Chic Knits is a solid collection of wearable knits.
The second book following Reno McCarthy as he investigates a murder in politically controlled Falcon Ridge
As a humorist, debut author Gabe Rotter has made a comedic grand entrance on the pop culture sha-zeeny!
A lovely telling of one of the Bible's most compelling tales, the story of Deborah.
A good guide to yarn substitution, but lacking in exciting patterns.
The nourishment one takes from this volume of paired poems and essays, perhaps depends upon how one prefers to dine.
Abrams and Jackson dish about their hotly anticipated new show.
It manages to dodge the bullets which usually result in these remakes being entirely wretched.
The designers test their aptitude for intrigue. This week's challenge dares them to enter a "Foreign Affair."
More insights into why today's horror is not up to snuff.
A plethora of trailers and stills, just for you.
Ann and Nancy Wilson of the rock group "Heart" infuriated at the use of their '70s rock anthem.