The second entry of season five finds House dealing with his own grief.
How can we trust the fringe science if we can't trust the real stuff?
Igor is as subtle as a clubfoot, and just as uncomfortable a fit in the genre it draws upon.
This film is definitely vulnerable.
Another winner for the Terminator team!
An interesting drug and character study that's funny, bittersweet, charming, and thought-provoking.
Chicago 10 is very well done and whether you are Democrat or Republican this film is well worth viewing.
Michael Moore’s latest political documentary, available free online, chronicles his 60-city tour to rally young voters before the 2004 presidential election.
Children and owners of gravity bongs might disagree with me.
Rick Danko's live album does the man's legacy proud.
If you like your music hard and rooted in sex, drugs, rock & roll then get yourself some Nashville Pussy.
Sometimes magnificence springs out of tumult.
Cadillac Sky is every bit a bluegrass band, but the Texas quintet quietly expands the frontiers.
Barnstorming guitar veteran continues to move from regional to national acclaim with each release.
A mesmerizing performance from one of the world's most gifted guitarists.
"Into temptation / Safe in the wide open arms of hell..."
Bob Dylan: Chapter 12.
Watching paint dry is interesting nonsense. Or something.
A great record of great music performed by people who love what they do.
With six ASCAP awards to his credit, Quinnes "Q" Parker is fully equipped to embark on a solo career.
Catchy, but forgettable and uninspired.
A tale of how a fool and his trombone didn't live happily ever after.
David Cook launches new single "Light On."
Lady GaGa's international debut pushes pop performance art to superior heights.
Bob Dylan: Chapter 11.
Take a well earned break from modern day mania and Get Well Soon.
There's much to admire in the oral histories, captured at the last possible moment.
Follow Lin as she tries to find her dragon and learn some Chinese along the way.
You're a teen again – you've heard the idea before, but Alex Robinson puts a funny, sad spin on it in his latest graphic novel.
A wonderful knitting book, filled with wearable projects, anecdotes, tips, techniques, and more.
Although Scalzi revisits the plot of his last novel, his youthful narrator has her own heart-touching and exciting adventures.
Extreme weather events came to be regarded as natural phenomena to be explained. Of course some have still to catch up.
A "rocking video card" as an essential computer accessory? I'm not so sure about that.
Too powerful for standard boardroom use, but not powerful enough to cause much damage.
Sharpener Pro 3.0 is a great addition to the photographer's tool box.
Ken talks about the four games he saw, and the crew discuss gaming conventions they all hate, and want to see die a horrible death.
MySims Kingdom, MySims PC, SimAnimals, and my favorite of the day - SimCity Creator made up the day of gaming.
Hack-and-slashing at its best ... oh, and did I mention it's in 2-D?
It's not Duke Nukem Forever, but the Duke that we remember is back ... again.
The ANC gives Mbeki the final knife in the back and sends him packing.
Will the current crisis let McCain pass the mortgage reforms he sponsored but failed to pass in 2006?
Schools are not allowed to limit free speech.
Charles Gibson was out to get Sarah Palin. But did he succeed?
Marlowe's head almost explodes in outrage at the actions of the greedheads in power.
The current mess this country finds itself in regarding the entire financial industry has many culprits. Appraisals are one.
Everybody should have a good wingman when trying to court the opposite sex, but what happens if your wingman is socially inept?
The classic rock-and-roll musical triumphs in Redondo Beach.