It's a good bet that this is the best jazz cello album you'll read about today.
A potent, heat-packing strike at the keeper.
"Only By The Night" may grow on me eventually, but so far it hasn’t grabbed hold of me like their previous releases.
Bob Dylan: Chapter 28.
Slightly baggy—this pair of pants would benefit with a few minor alterations.
Rapster/BBE Records has Madlib at the helms of the latest Beat Generation release. Enter the contest here to win!
The latest album from Elliott Yamin is a sure addition to your holiday music collection.
This is the best thing Gilmour has done in a quarter century
A classic album by The Steve Miller Band returns to its original form.
Italy's Stearica will take you out to the 'beyond' with their debut album.
Family history for the spirit.
Jackie Chan and Jet Li deliver a mystical romp through ancient China and a feast of martial arts.
Ridley Scott takes on the spy genre in a taut, engaging, and well-acted thriller.
Acorn Media releases the complete collection of the acclaimed 1980s BBC series.
Reviewing the first season AMC's stunning freshman drama following star Bryan Cranston's surprising Emmy win.
Some linguists wear an “English is difficult” amulet. McWhorter breaks the chain and replaces it with “English is easy.”
Beloved by children everywhere, the Mandie series has become a classic for Christian children.
A delight to read, but also thought-provoking and strangely moving.
Death dogs the heels of a young mage with a deadly inheritance as he flees through the Forgotten Realms.
"The most famous series are those that have more heart than shock," says Turner.
A police story masquerading as a ghost story.
George Will delivers a riveting speech to a pack of lean and hungry Republican grass roots activists.
Interviews which give an idea of the focus of the AFP and their Defending the American Dream Summit.
There is only one way "easy" out of this dilemma, and that is to radically inflate the dollar.
Michael Weller's play is an expansive look at marriage, seen through the looking glass of one couple’s long night’s journey into day.
We get so overwhelmed and occupied with our problem that we fail to see the way to the solution - which is already there.
If Yahoo! can't think of their own employees, can they really know what people need or want?
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