Overacting and overreaching, Freddy Douglas makes an unsympathetic Hamlet.
This revival of Arthur Miller's all-too-timely 1947 drama is diluted by gimmicky, distracting design and direction.
Chronic food insecurity and structural poverty seriously reduce opportunities for children in many parts of Rwanda to complete their primary education.
In the privacy of the voting booth, many Democrats will vote for McCain in a moment of doubt. Does it make them racists?
Lead singer Levi Stubbs of The Four Tops has left the world without one of the greatest soul R&B voices ever to come out of Motown.
Dream Theater takes you on their year-long world tour - and the results are pretty chaotic.
There's blood in the water.
One surefire ways is to get yourself back to the bayou, is to travel down “Green River.”
Thirty five years on, remembering Elton John's most successful album.
CCR may no longer be the only band that matters, but the fact that they still matter is amazing.
Some great live funk from a forgotten master.
A cursory glance at a legendary genre of hip hop that truly deserves better treatment.
A new four-disc boxed set of music and video offers an ideal introduction to the unique artistry of Nina Simone.
With a rainbow of colour and styles Austria's Bensh splashes onto the scene.
She sings about real life with the voice of a human being.
A.K.A. "Mark Wahlberg Needs to Poop: The Movie"
Nonstop food, wine, travel and fun.
Another modern political thriller that unfortunately relies on too many movie conventions.
I must admit I had fun despite its many idocies and extreme lack of common sense.
As Comic Book Guy might say, “Worst. Packaging. Ever.”
In defense of The Happening.
Max Anguish would be more appropriate if it wasn't for the third act.
Music, sequels, and amusements.
Oliver Stone delivers an absorbing and well-balanced look at the life and times of George W. Bush.
Boise State's win kept them undefeated, but left this writer feeling blue.
The heart of Christianity is a personal, love relationship with the Godhead.
"We think of ourselves as good people, but maybe we’ve never been pushed to the limit," says Garcia.
Get swept away in Terry Pratchett's newest fantasy novel of adventure and humor.
Mixing politics with food -- or in this case, drink.
Yahoo! lives up to its name and that isn't a good thing in the land of branding.